A new school year brings about several changes around campus.
OUA in the News
Mounds of red clay peeked over paneled construction fences Tuesday as the University of Georgia marked the official start of the UGA Indoor Athletic Facility with a ceremonial groundbreaking.
A new dawn for science instruction begins at UGA this fall.
Before a crowd of hundreds, the University of Georgia Terry College of Business dedicated Correll Hall, Phase I of its future home, the Business Learning Community, on Sept. 18 and ceremoniously broke ground on Amos Hall, the centerpiece of the project's second phase.
UGA in Washington and Delta Hall will serve as home base for the Congressional Agricultural Fellowship Program, offered through the College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; the Washington Semester Program; Honors in Washington and additional opportunities for UGA students.
The University of Georgia has opened a new outdoor teams challenge course that includes two zip lines, a giant swing, rope ladders and bridges. Open to UGA and non-UGA groups, the course aims to improve participants' communication, trust and teamwork.
The University of Georgia is creating a preservation master plan for all of its structures across the state.
Large and small food businesses alike received a boost Oct. 17 when UGA—in partnership with state and local officials—broke ground on the Food Technology Center located on the Griffin campus.
Gov. Nathan Deal praised the University of Georgia’s new Science Learning Center for the role it will play in economic development.
A University of Georgia construction project nearing completion out on College Station Road doesn’t look so much like a building but the beginnings of a small town rising up out of the ground.
The veterinary teaching hospital complex is the University of Georgia's biggest construction project for now, but several other new buildings are underway, nearing completion, or soon to begin.