Monthly book club with light refreshments and discussion on works connected to upcoming/ongoing exhibitions, programs, and collections at the special collections libraries. April's selection: Lighthouse by Eugenia Price.
The meeting will review the year’s progress of the Georgia Museum of Natural History. Attendees will hear from museum Director Bud Freeman and elect new board members. Snacks and drinks will be provided, and new exhibits will be on view. For more information, visit: http://www.gmnhfriends.org/
Innovation Gateway will be hosting an event to support the UGA Thinc and Athens Startup Week initiatives. "From Idea to Marketplace: How UGA Discoveries Become Products and Companies." More than 575 products and 130 start-up companies have originated from UGA research. Attendees will hear about these success stories and discover how UGA is moving ideas to the marketplace and learn how they can become involved in the process.
Light refreshments will be provided.
Sponsored by: Thinc. at UGA
Contact: Tyler Duggins 706-542-8969
Akela Reason will provide students with information and materials regarding a new summer program in public history that will be held during Maymester and the summer thru semester in Washington, D.C. A new scholarship for the Public History Program will also be announced.
Attendance is required for new graduate students in history. Join the graduate coordinator and graduate student representatives for coffee and new student program information on the first day of classes.