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One of the country’s leading infectious disease researchers, Ted Ross came to UGA in 2015 to lead its newly established Center for Vaccines and Immunology.

A century ago, the world suffered through Spanish influenza, the deadliest pandemic in recorded history. UGA researchers are developing a new class of vaccines to make sure it doesn't happen again. MORE

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Mary Frances Early – who became the first African American to graduate from the University of Georgia in 1962 – is being honored by UGA as a courageous trailblazer. But her influence extends far beyond Athens. For more than five decades, Early, who is now 82 and living in Decatur, has been a passionate advocate for music education in Georgia and the nation.

Mary Frances Early — who became the first African American to graduate from the University of Georgia in 1962 — is being honored by UGA as a courageous trailblazer. But her influence extends far beyond Athens. For more than five decades, Early, who is now 82 and living in Decatur, has been a passionate advocate for music education in Georgia and the nation. MORE