Mingshu Wang received the Innovative and Interdisciplinary Research Grants (IIRG) and the Summer Doctoral Research Fellowship from the Graduate School of UGA in Summer 2017.
Unless you are living in a mine, the popularity of the game Minecraft is unquestionable in society.
The video of Dr. Shepherd's graduate commencement address Friday at University of Georgia.
We Want Land to Live explores the current boundaries of radical approaches to food sovereignty. First coined by La Via Campesina (a global movement whose name means “the peasant’s way”), food sovereignty is a concept that expresses the universal right to food.
The University of Georgia added two new Udall Scholars to its ranks this year as third-year students Shreya Ganeshan and Elizabeth Wilkes were honored for their leadership, public service and commitment to issues related to the environment.
Congratulations to two Archway Partnership graduate assistants whose work got accepted as part of the UGA Office of Sustainability's 2017 Year in Review event.
Atmospheric Sciences Program director to chair NASA advisory committee.
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As allergy sufferers can attest, thunderstorm activity can exacerbate asthma and respiratory ailments.
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These results provide the first glimpse of how climate change will reshape future population distributions and establish a new foundation for modelling potential migration destinations from climate stressors in an era of global environmental change.
The graduate ceremony, which will feature Marshall Shepherd, an international expert in weather, Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor and director of the atmospheric sciences program at UGA, will be held at 10 a.m. in Stegeman Coliseum.