Posts by: Allyson Mann

Study shows correlation between doctors receiving money from a manufacturer and writing more prescriptions

Student teams worked through a hypothetical outbreak caused by a novel pathogen

Award in his name recognizes public health professionals who have a positive impact on Puerto Rico

Nearly 90 percent of those who had visited a wilderness area thought more wildlands should be protected

Selig Center’s Multicultural Economy Report shows minority groups have a combined buying power of $3.9 trillion

The UGA Marine Institute embraces a new life

A scientist and an artist collaborate to shine light into the darkness

Nonviolent offenders get second chances—and the state saves money—through accountability court programs

Photo courtesy of Harish Bisht “I love glaciated environments,” says David Porinchu (center), associate professor of geography. “I’ve always wanted to work in the Himalayas, and it doesn’t get more glaciated than that.” Porinchu spent six months in India last year as a Fulbright Scholar, collecting lake...

Caleb Adams (left) and Graham Grable are part of the team that helped build this CubeSat and launch UGA’s Small Satellite Research Laboratory. (Photo by Dorothy Kozlowski) By Aaron Hale Caleb Adams (BS ’18) was looking for the next challenge. He and a group of friends—self-described geeks—had just created a...