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9 hrs ago | Chattanoogan.com
The Company Lab has hired Tia Capps as the organization's first communications director.
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13 hrs ago | Athens Banner-Herald
Colleges and universities need to train a whole new generation of faculty leaders, University of Virginia President Teresa Sullivan told a University of Georgia audience on Friday.
16 hrs ago | PhysOrg Weblog
Multiple types of cells are needed for patients to recover from surgery or to restore life to tissues that have lost circulation.
21 hrs ago | Patch.com
By J en Rentschler Twelve University of Georgia Honors students have been awarded the William Moore Crane Leadership Scholarship, which recognizes leadership in extracurricular activities and/or involvement with civic, community or religious organizations.
Yesterday | Reuters
Next May's elections to the European Parliament promise to be among the most closely watched since the 1970s, with many in Europe expected to show their frustration with the economic crisis by voting for anti-EU or protest parties.
Yesterday | Business Journal
Scientists at The University of Georgia may be closer to a better biomarker for earlier detection of mild cognitive impairment, the leading predictor of dementia and Alzheimer's disease in older adults, according to a study.
Effingham 4-H participants in the Cotton Boll and Consumer Jamboree competition were Dana Mincey, Hannah Weitman, Sophie Usher, Alex Parrish and Alissa Mincey.
The University of Georgia's Carl Vinson Institute of Government is now offering open enrollment for its management development program.
Athens Chinese Christian Church celebrated its church building dedication and the pastor installation of the Rev.
By April Bailey University of Georgia researchers are working to produce faster-growing sweetgum trees by growing embryogenic sweetgum cultures in bioreactors.
A University of Georgia student whose body was found in a creek close to her home last month had taken her own life.
As we move quickly past Thanksgiving and into the December rush, our yard and garden chores began to wane.
Peanut production is expected to produce higher yields than originally thought around the state.
UGA hired Vince Dooley on December 4, 1963. At the time, Dooley recalled, fans had been hoping for a big-name coach with the experience to revive a troubled football program.
State investigators say a University of Georgia student whose body was found in an Athens-Clarke County creek last month committed suicide.
Georgia's chief medical examiner, Dr. Kris Sperry released a statement Wednesday confirming that University of Georgia student Rebecca Greene, whose body was found by police in a stream on November 19, committed suicide.
Executives love to talk up new corporate acquisitions, but new research shows they may not really feel as bullish as they seem.