Chick-fil-A pledges $10 million to UGA Institute for Leadership Advancement

UGA received a record-breaking $10 million pledge from Chick-fil-A Inc. to expand, enhance UGA’s Institute for Leadership Advancement.
Three Campus Kitchen volunteers serve meals.

Grant applications open for UGA Parents Leadership Council

The Parents Leadership Council's Grant Program seeks to enhance the undergraduate experience at UGA. Applications close Nov. 13.
A CAPS employee speaks with a student.

Parents remove barriers to student well-being

The UGA Parents Fund helps cover the cost of co-pays for students who cannot afford counseling and psychiatric services. During the COVID-19 pandemic, this support became more crucial.
Wade Guyton and Kelley Walker, untitled, 2008, part of The John and Sara Shlesinger Collection

Georgia Museum of Art receives large gift of “cutting-edge” contemporary art

This article was written by Hillary Brown and originally posted to UGA Today on March 5, 2020. The Georgia Museum of Art at the University of Georgia received a major gift from John and Sara Shlesinger consisting of 110 contemporary works…
A concept sketch of the renovated Spring Street Building, seen from the Spring St.-Fulton St. intersection of downtown Athens.

The Delta Air Lines Foundation commits $5 million to UGA Innovation District, Engineering

The University of Georgia will take a major step forward in its Innovation District initiative and enhance the College of Engineering, thanks to a $5 million gift from The Delta Air Lines Foundation. The Innovation District initiative brings…
Dedication of the Techwood Campus to Ted Turner

Museum space at UGA Libraries named for Ted Turner

The exhibition hall in the University of Georgia’s Richard B. Russell Building Special Collections Libraries will be named in honor of CNN founder, environmentalist and longtime Atlantan Ted Turner, subject to UGA Cabinet approval, thanks…
AT&T supports Embark

AT&T Foundation contribution to support Embark Georgia network

A $25,000 contribution from the AT&T Foundation will help the University of Georgia increase college access and retention for youth who have experienced foster care or homelessness.

New developments at State Botanical Garden will increase educational opportunities, improve access

The University of Georgia broke ground on a trio of projects at the State Botanical Garden with completion anticipated in 2020.
Gable Chair Brooks James blog

Gable Distinguished Chair will bring focus on Colonial American history to UGA

Private gifts endowed a position that has attracted a renowned historian and anthropologist to campus.

College of Engineering unveils new instructional, lab space

The University of Georgia College of Engineering celebrated the completion of a major renovation of the Driftmier Engineering Center with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on Sept. 13.