A new school year brings about several changes around campus.
OUA in the News
From the towering old oaks on North Campus to new maples gracing the landscape to the south, UGA's acreage is teeming with trees. Because of the university's continued commitment to maintaining and adding new foliage, the Arbor Day Foundation has named UGA a Tree Campus USA for the third year in a row.
The 2012-13 academic year marks the 50th anniversary season for Stegeman Coliseum as a major venue for UGA athletics.
The new Rutherford Hall is on its way to being complete and ready to house students in time for fall semester classes. A dedication ceremony is planned for June 26.
University of Georgia President Michael Adams recognizes the Office of University Architects for their efforts in implenting the Campus Master Plan over the past 15 years.
Brenda Elrod’s job at the Office of University Architects for Facilities Planning has more variety than she ever expected, but she relishes the challenges that come with working at a university campus and managing interiors that run the gamut from laboratories to theaters to recreation centers to classrooms.
ATLANTA — The University System of Georgia’s Board of Regents picked an Atlanta construction-management company to oversee the building of a $35-million classroom and office building for the University of Georgia’s business school.
The state Board of Regents is set to add $16.4 million to the budget for construction of a new University of Georgia veterinary medicine teaching hospital when the board meets today and Wednesday in Atlanta.
ATLANTA — Purchase of the Iron Horse Farm on 660 acres in Oconee and Greene counties for the University of Georgia got the go-ahead Tuesday from the Board of Regents, which oversees the University System of Georgia.
ATLANTA — The Board of Regents is planning to put the Skidaway Institute of Oceanography under the management of the University of Georgia based 200 miles away in Athens.
Interior space design for the University of Georgia's (UGA) new facilities construction and major renovation projects involve all aspects of interior architecture: finishes; color and material specifications; and the selection of furnishings, fixtures, and equipment (FFE).
Find this article in October's College Planning & Management Magazine on pages 56 - 59.