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The University of Georgia and the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences today welcomes Anna Westerstahl Stenport as the 17th dean of UGA's oldest and largest college.

A new book of essays published by the UGA Press explores the links between climate justice and urban justice. Edited by Jennifer L.

Our colleagues from UGA Research Communications take a deep dive across the breadth of department of psychology research on schizophrenia, changing perceptions of the disorder, new information that could bring clarity to how clinicians diagnose and…

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The Bachelor of Arts in Music offers students a versatile liberal arts education within the context of musical training. The flexible structure of this degree plan fosters intellectual engagement with many disciplines. As such, it is particularly well suited for musically…

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This program provides students with an opportunity to pursue studies in Greek and Roman literature, history, archaeology, art, philosophy, and religion, with or without concentrating on the ancient languages, although some study in Latin and/or Greek is strongly encouraged.…

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It is our goal for each student to learn the various aspects of fabric design including the design process, woven structure, surface printing, material exploration and various non-woven techniques.