This is the 222nd post of 2018 on the Franklin Chronicles, and what an incredible year it has been for UGA's oldest, largest and most academically diverse college. We look back:
17(!) Amazing students [and counting]
Eight Focus on the Faculty features
And from January though today, a plethora of rich activity that defines the modern academy - groundbreaking scholarship, outreach, research, performance, milestones, new initiatives, books, grants and meetings of the minds that engage and inspire:
100 Years of Women at UGA, Theological anthropology, Georgia Debate Union (We're No. 1!), bio-straws, TrowelBlazers, Design + Mathematics, quantum materials, Franklin Residential College, History Fellows Summer Program, Firewalk, Benjamin Franklin Book Award, Great Commitments, Berlin Seminar, 'Dirty Work' in the South, Georgia Climate Research Roadmap, Cora Miller Fine Arts Scholars, Corn pangenome, New Poetry by Indigenous Women, brain architecture, Goldwater Scholars, Othello, Mellon Foundation Humanities grant, Truman Scholar, drier Amazon and wetter Indonesia, SEC Faculty Achievement, battling neglected diseases, A Night at the Morton Theatre, Blue Planet II, Le nozze di Figarro, ClinEpiDB, Small Satellite Research Lab...
Find another College of Arts and Sciences with such a breadth of doing, making, sharing, creating, being, teaching, learning, exploring, and... well, we'll see you right back here again next year.
Until then Happy Holidays and best wishes in the New Year from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. Enjoy a wonderful break.