Cell signaling iBook features faculty partnership from across campus

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Cell Signaling diagram in color on grey background


Leading-edge research and delivery format brings together faculty from across campus:

Using a combination of 3-D models and animations, a group of researchers, educators and digital artists at the University of Georgia have published the iBook "Cell Signaling: An Introduction" to help students understand the...

Talking Design in Myanmar

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burmese script

In July 2012, Lamar Dodd School of Art assistant professor of graphic design Moon Jung Jang was one of three international designers invited to participate in a three-week design workshop in Yangon, Myanmar. Organized to cultivate discourse on the power of visual design in the Southeast Asian country of many languages, ethnicities and linguistic groups, the workshop was a learning experience for Jang even as she was invited to be one of its instructors.

“It was great opportunity to talk about and share ideas on design concepts with a diverse of group of professional...

Sperduto Professor Lawrence Sweet

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Larry Sweet standing in front of an MRI machine.

Lots of great coverage of the Franklin College in Columns this week, including a nice front page story on new faculty member Lawrence Sweet:

A clinical neuropsychologist whose research explores the relationship between physical changes in the brain and conditions as diverse as dementia, nicotine dependence and obesity has joined UGA as the inaugural Gary R. Sperduto Professor of Psychology in the Franklin College of...

Kudos, August 2012

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Faculty Kudos, August 2012

“Jousting in Medieval and Renaissance Iberia,” a monograph by Noel Fallows, Professor of Spanish and Associate Dean of International and Multidisciplinary Programs in the Franklin College, earned the prestigious La corónica International Book Award

Daniel Krashen, Assistant Professor of Mathematics, received a National Science Foundation CAREER Award to create nimble ways to analyze mathematical problems

Barbara McCaskill, Associate Professor of English and Co-Director of the Civil Rights Digital Library Initiative was...

Faculty in the News, August 2012

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The Wilkes County News-Reporter highlighted the dedication of a sculpture by Lamar Dodd School of Art Instructor Kinzey Branham that is part of Washington, Georgia’s, new monument to black Revolutionary War soldiers

Psychology Professor and Department Head W. Keith Campbell was mentioned in a Washington Times story on the narrowing “he-she” gap in books  and an article on narcissism among politicians.

Spalding Distinguished Research Professor of History James Cobb and his students were quoted in a Wall Street Journal review of the book "Better Off Without 'Em...