Historic preservation conserves and manages historic resources in both natural and human-made environments. But historic preservation comes with its own concerns in a university setting.
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Athens, Ga. - The University of Georgia will dedicate the new Rutherford Hall June 27 at 9:30 a.m. on the north side of Myers quadrangle in front of the new residence hall. UGA President Michael F. Adams will preside over the dedication ceremony.
The foundation, which works to increase understanding of the value of historic buildings and neighborhoods and local heritage, held its 44th Annual Historic Preservation Awards ceremony at the Morton Theatre in downtown Athens.
State historic preservation officials seemed to like what they saw Tuesday as they toured ongoing renovation work on the University of Georgia’s health Sciences campus, including a building that will become the university’s next residence hall when it opens this fall.
Athens, Ga. - The University of Georgia Terry College of Business has launched the public phase of its Building Terry campaign, which is the most ambitious campaign for an individual college or unit in UGA history.
As much as the University of Georgia has expanded in the past 15 years, the institution needs still more, says UGA Campus Architect Danny Sniff.
ATLANTA – The overall plan for the University of Georgia’s health campus was presented Tuesday to the the Board of Regents even though most of it is already accomplished.
Athens, Ga. - The East Campus Village on the University of Georgia's campus will soon have a new addition to its named residence halls. The University System of Georgia Board of Regents voted today to approve the naming of Building 1512 after the late Gov. George D. Busbee.
The University of Georgia’s carbon emissions continue to rise despite the university’s big gains in energy and water efficiency over the past five years. But UGA planners hope to reverse that trend in coming years.
Construction on three big University of Georgia projects should start this year and one might conclude. But after those multi-million dollar projects wrap up, UGA building might reach its lowest ebb in two decades.
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.