Amanda Ganger’s career has all added up to her current position. “I always try to keep a positive attitude about anything that happens,” she said. “Work hard and never get discouraged. That project you’re asked to serve on that seems like it will never end will ultimately be a growing experience.”
What We Do Here Matters
Spotlight: Commitment Accounting and Commitment Control Offices: The members of the Commitment Accounting and Commitment Control Offices play a crucial role in the day-to-day activities of the University... Read More
Training & Development: The Training & Development (T&D) Department in the Office of Human Resources workswith individuals and teams across the entire university to help them learn and grow.T&D invests... Read More
Environmental Safety Division: A day in the life of the environmental safety occupation is a combination of problemsolver, consummate professionalism, and unwavering resolve. The University of Georgia Environmental Safety Division (ESD),... Read More
Finance & Administration Newsletter: The Advisor
The University of Georgia has been awarded $7.46 million under the Federal Transit Administration’s Grants for Buses and Bus Facilities Program to purchase an additional 13 electric buses. The funding, along with UGA’s 30% matching share, will grow the university’s fleet to 33 electric buses, representing a tremendous step forward in reducing emissions and increasing opportunities for experiential learning and research.
The University of Georgia Human Resources department is leading the charge in developing a new staff competency model that will benefit UGA staff in the coming years. A staff competency model organizes job responsibilities into clusters that help to frame the knowledge, skills, abilities and other attributes needed to perform effectively in any staff role across the university.
Gregg Hudson can tell a lot from a simple slice of cheese pizza. He can tell if the oven is running hot or cold. He can tell how long it was baked. He can tell if the person preparing it has mastered the proper balance of crust, sauce, cheese and toppings. And it’s his goal to make sure his customers love every bite
The Edward T. and Sarah Laurent Kassinger Scholarship board has awarded the 2019 Kassinger Scholarship to Detective Britney Green with the University of Georgia Police Department in recognition of her academic achievements and work pursuits. Steve Harris, director of the UGA Office of Emergency Preparedness, presented the award to Green on behalf of the Kassinger Scholarship board. The scholarship is provided to graduate and undergraduate students who complete academic degrees while employed full time as a UGA police officer or as a working student in the criminal justice studies program at UGA.