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.
Interdisciplinary Design Charrette at UGAStudents and faculty in the College of Environment and Design recently explored options for revitalizing the Atlanta Highway, a two-mile commercial strip in Athens. In this student-produced video, Franklin Professor of Landscape Architecture Bruce Ferguson explains how undergraduate and graduate students benefit from an intensive, collaborative approach to serving community needs. MORE
Bioenergy Day @ UGAMore than 200 Athens seventh-graders experienced how wood and other organic materials generate energy at the Bioenergy Day @ UGA. In this video, Professor Janet Westpheling discusses how she and her colleagues at the university's the Bioenergy Systems Research Institute are working with partners in academia, industry and the community to help give students a glimpse of the future of energy. MORE
Dawg Day of Service 2013More than 600 UGA students, faculty and staff recently volunteered at 19 different sites around Athens-Clarke County as part of the Dawg Day of Service. Clarke Middle School, Project Safe, Brooklyn Cemetery, the Food Bank of Northeast Georgia, the Athens Area Homeless Shelter and Nuci's Space were among the organizations served. In this video, students discuss the role that volunteering and community service plays in their lives. MORE
GRU/UGA Medical Partnership experienceGRU/UGA Medical Partnership students Sierra Green and Erik Hansen have finished their first surgery rotations in their third year and are now continuing into their fourth and final year of medical school. In this video, they discuss the hands-on experiences they are gaining under the supervision of local physicians. Learn more about the GRU/UGA Medical Partnership here. MORE