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Alumnus moves from driver’s seat to transit system leadership... Read More 

The Let All the Big Dawgs Eat Food Scholarship recently got a big boost from University of Georgia graduate Jess Stokely. Read more

The recent expansion of the Let All the Big Dawgs Eat Food Scholarship was also highlighted previously in another article. Please click here to read that article.

UGA rededicated the newly renovated H.H. Tift Building on the UGA-Tifton campus Sept. 27.

Renovation of the historic Tift Building, the campus's first structure, was completed in May and funded by $5 million in state support...Read More

Mix one part red truck with a griddle with one part creative Mexican-inspired menu, and you have the recipe for Taqueria 1785, UGA's official food truck. Read more

More University of Georgia students will be able to concentrate on their education and worry less about finding meals thanks to a significant six-figure gift from the R. Halsey Wise and Lisha S. Wise Family Foundation to the Let All the Big Dawgs Eat Food Scholarship. Read More

The University of Georgia dedicated its 122,500-square-foot Science Learning Center Aug. 17. An estimated 10,000-12,000 students will utilize the building each day for classes in chemistry, biology, physics, ecology, math, computer science and genetics. Read More

The University of Georgia has been awarded $10 million from the state of Georgia to purchase 19 electric buses.  The funding was announced at a ceremony in the Governor's Office today and was awarded by GO! Transit Capital Program, a competitive funding program administered by Georgia's State Road and Tollway Authority. Read More

UGA is beginning an initiative to preserve and restore the integrity of the historic North Campus quad. The first phase of the project will require closing two sections of the lawn for a turf restoration project until June 15. The UGA Athletic Association will be partnering with UGA by providing support for this project. Read More

University of Georgia students, faculty and staff are now able to power up their electronic devices without attaching to the grid by connecting to a new solar-powered charging station near Herty Field. Read More

The University of Georgia has installed 40 additional solar-powered waste reduction stations throughout the UGA Athens campus to make it easier to recycle bottles, cans, paper and plastic. Read More

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