Posts by: Allyson Mann

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...

UGA's stature as a leader in animal health is supported by world-class faculty, state-of-the-art facilities and nearly 75 years of experience

For 50 years, Fritz Schaefer has been shaping the field of quantum chemistry—and he's not done yet

By Allyson Mann Every day we rely on devices—cell phones and computers, for example—that require space on the radio frequency spectrum to carry electrical signals. But the spectrum is running out of frequencies as our dependence on technology increases. Associate professor of engineering Mable Fok, recipient of a...

UGA alumnus and research scientist Jon Keeley provides insight into the Golden State's devastating wildfires

Ecology students conduct field work at State Botanical Garden of Georgia

Citizen scientists are needed to help count Georgia’s pollinators in August

Much of his research takes place in Puerto Rico, including work with the NSF LTER in the El Yunque National Forest