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This illustration, created by Franklin College Alumni Alissa Eckert and Dan Higgins for the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention, shows the intricate details of the coronavirus that causes COVID-19. (Photo courtesy of Alissa Eckert and Dan Higgins / CDC)

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The UGA Office of Research named Jody Clay-Warner the new director of the Owens Institute for Behavioral Research, effective Aug. 1.

Clayton County Magistrate Court Judge Candace Alynn Hill Duvernay (A.B. '06) majored in English with a minor in Sociology before moving on to the UGA School of Law.

The National Science Foundation Research Traineeship Program (NRT) awarded a $3 million Collaborative Grant to the University of Georgia (UGA) and the University of Tennessee, Knoxville, to develop

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A primary goal for most students is developing their careers as exhibiting visual artists. Creating associations with professional and college galleries is encouraged and supported at all levels. In addition, graduates of the Drawing and Painting program find opportunities in…

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The Bachelor of Science degree in Cellular Biology is a liberal arts degree. Although it is not a preprofessional program, the major in Cellular Biology is often chosen by students who wish to prepare themselves for professional studies in medicine, veterinary medicine,…

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The Social Studies Program, a unit in the Department of Educational Theory and Practice, is responsible for the planning and oversight of programs leading to secondary teacher certification (grades 6-12) in history, geography, economics, and political science. These programs…

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