Roger Hill (left) demonstrates how robotics can be incorporated into the classroom for a group of teachers.

Google, Tides Foundation support rural STEM education

Thanks to a $100,000 grant, UGA will help two Jackson Co. schools incorporate computer science skills in the classroom.

Parents Leadership Council raises over $1.2M for student programs

The group of engaged UGA students' parents broke their record for funding student programs across campus.

Pathway to discovery: professors endow student research

Jim and Karen Porter, professor emeriti in the Odum School of Ecology, continue to impact students after retirement through their endowment fund.

Georgia Women Give celebrates year of growth, impact

Georgia Women Give, one of UGA’s most successful fundraising initiatives, celebrated its one-year anniversary with an on-campus event.
Embark Georgia stakeholders from around the state share ideas during the regional coalition meetings of the 2024 Embark Georgia Leadership Conference on Feb. 26 at the UGA Center for Continuing Education & Hotel. (Photo by Cat Elrod)

Embark Georgia receives additional $1.1 million to expand efforts

The gift will strengthen efforts to increase college access and retention for Georgia youth who have experienced foster care or homelessness.
A 4-H student participates in wildlife judging

Chemours partners with Georgia 4-H on environmental education, leadership programs

The Chemours Company and the Georgia 4-H Foundation have announced a partnership to provide environmental and leadership education to youth.
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Abit Massey/Ivester Foundation Scholarship Fund honors poultry industry leader

Donors Doug and Kay Ivester have established a new scholarship fund for UGA CAES students from Hall County in honor of Abit Massey, a poultry industry leader.