Jimmy Carter - Georgia Agricultural Hall of Fame Winner 2018

On Nov. 10, 2018, lifelong peanut farmer and former president Jimmy Carter joined the Georgia Agricultural Hall of Fame at the University of Georgia College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences.

  • Learning the business

    The fourth floor of Creswell Hall looks pretty much like your typical residence hall, but the students living here are far from typical. They are all entrepreneurs: risk-takers who want to turn their ideas into businesses. They are a part of the Launch Pad, a new living learning community created to spark innovation. MORE
  • Mary Frances Early: A life of quiet courage and great accomplishment

    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
  • 2018 Welcome Message

    President Jere W. Morehead welcomes the Bulldog family to the 2018-2019 school year. MORE
  • Thank You, Donors

    For the fifth consecutive year, UGA donors have set a record in fundraising, contributing a total of $242 million in new gifts and pledges to the Commit to Georgia Campaign. MORE
  • Outstanding Outcomes

    UGA's Career Outcomes Rate is 96 percent, a full 11 percent higher than the national average. Members of the Class of 2018 share their exciting plans for the future in this video. MORE
  • 2018 Charter Lecture: Hollywood South

    The establishment of a thriving entertainment industry in Georgia was the subject of this year's Charter Lecture, "Hollywood South: The New $9.5 Billion Georgia Industry." The discussion, which is part of the university's Signature Lecture Series, was sponsored Provost's Office and can be viewed here. MORE
  • Fight Against the Flu

    Dr. Ted Ross, the Georgia Research Alliance Eminent Scholar of Infectious Diseases and director of UGA's Center for Vaccines and Immunology, is leading a team of researchers who are working to develop a universal flu vaccine that would protect against all strains of the virus. MORE
  • Drones for Agriculture

    A team of UGA researchers is developing a robotic system of all-terrain rovers and unmanned aerial drones that can more quickly and accurately gather and analyze data on the physical characteristics of crops. MORE
  • Commit to Georgia

    The University of Georgia has launched its Commit to Georgia Campaign which aims to raise $1.2 billion in private support to eliminate financial barriers and open doors for our students enhance the learning environment and solve grand challenges for our state and world. MORE
  • Happy Thanksgiving

    We share a deep commitment at the University of Georgia. And while some might call it giving back we just call it taking care of each other. MORE