The Arch on North Campus.
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UGA Foundation elects 12 new trustees

The University of Georgia Foundation approved new members to join current trustees on a 50-member board during its annual meeting.
Tatiyana Sinkfield and Arthur Blank

Because of Tatiyana Sinkfield’s scholarship, ‘this is only the beginning’

Tatiyana Sinkfield's Georgia Commitment Scholarship paved the way for a UGA experience filled with volunteer work and leadership opportunities.
Students ring the Chapel Bell (photo taken October 2017)
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UGA completes historic fundraising campaign

Donors’ record-breaking giving is elevating nearly every area at the University of Georgia, even as new challenges emerge.
Students in Studio 225 Multi-Level Common Space (taken in 2019)

Student-run fund Kickstarts student entrepreneurs

This article, about the donor-supported UGA Kickstart Fund, was originally posted to UGA Today and written by J. Merritt Melancon. In the world of venture capital there are big names, there are small names, and there are hometown heroes.…
impact of legend
Rami Dalloul, inaugural R. Harold Harrison Distinguished Professor in Poultry Science

Rami Dalloul named first R. Harold Harrison Distinguished Professor in Poultry Science

This story was originally published on the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences' Media Newswire page on June 4, 2020 Poultry immunologist Rami Dalloul has been named the R. Harold Harrison Distinguished Professor in Poultry…
Emilio Morales-Bello

Meet the student callers: Emilio Morales-Bello

Emilio Morales-Bello '21 shares highlights from his job at the UGA Engagement Center where he speaks regularly with alumni and parents fundraising on the university's behalf.
Arch and the Holmes-Hunter Academic Building

What is a Student Emergency Fund?

The COVID-19 pandemic affects everyone, but some are feeling the effects more acutely. And UGA students are no exception. Because of the public health precautions necessary to stem the tide of infection, many students were left with no place…
Yen-Con Hung

UGA food scientist Yen-Con Hung named first Koehler-Ayers Professor

This story was originally published on the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences's Media Newswire site and was written by Sharon Dowdy. University of Georgia food scientist Yen-Con Hung has been named the first recipient of the…
UGA Chapel in Spring

FYI – How the Coronavirus Aid, Relief and Economic Security (CARES) Act may impact your philanthropy.

The federal government has made efforts to encourage charitable giving and to protect your assets for the 2020 tax year. Other changes may be on the way and we’ll keep you updated as we understand how they will impact us all. Here are a few…