Events

Wednesday, October 24

Exhibition: Berkeley Boone

Berkeley Boone has always enjoyed photography, especially of subjects in the natural world. He is an environmental educator and loves teaching others about...

Exhibition: One Heart, One Way: The Journey of a Princely Art Collection

This exhibition introduces to the public a collection of both fine and decorative arts dating from ca. 1660 to 1952. These objects were passed from one...

Exhibition: Vernacular Modernism: The Photography of Doris Ulmann

This is the first complete retrospective of the work of photographer Doris Ulmann, treating the full scope of her production, including her early...

a2ru Plenary Session – “Promoting the Arts to Full Partner: A Discussion About Deep Arts Integration on Campus from Various Leadership Perspectives”

Participants in this free, public plenary session of the a2ru National Conference are Peter Linett, chairman and chief idea officer of Slover Linett Audience...

Chika Unigwe – Reading

The Creative Writing Program presents a reading by Chika Unigwe, a Nigerian writer who now lives in the United States. Unigwe is the author of four novels,...

Exhibition: Fighting Spirit: Wally Butts and UGA Football, 1939-1950

The story of UGA’s first Rose Bowl victory in 1943 is well known, but what happened when the players left the field and went off to war? The Hargrett Rare...

Exhibition: Poppies: Women, War, Peace

Part of the observance to mark the centennial end of World War I, the exhibition also pays homage to Moïna Belle Michael, originally from Monroe, who was...

Exhibition: War of Words: Propaganda of World War I

World War I (1914-1918) was different than any previous war. It was a total war that required all members of the nation to be involved in the war effort. All...

Kiese Laymon – Reading from “Heavy: An American Memoir”

Avid Bookshop presents author Kiese Laymon in celebration of Heavy: An American Memoir. This reading and signing event is free and open to the public, and...

International Business Society Presents: Lunch and Learn

Join the International Business Society for an informal lunch with Professor Zantinga. Professor Zantinga is a professor in the Management Department of the...

The Diversity Cafe : Women In the C-Suite - Diversity Considerations

The Diversity Cafe provides opportunities for the Terry community to come together over lunch to talk about important issues. This discussion will be on...

Disease Ecology Seminar: Daniel Coombs

"Stochastic Models for the Transmission and Establishment of HIV Infection," Daniel Coombs, professor of mathematics at the University of British...

Conservation Seminar: Elizabeth Kramer

"Feeding the World Without Eating the World," Elizabeth Kramer, director, Natural Resources Spatial Analysis Laboratory & Sustainable Food Systems...

Tour at Two

Asen Kirin, Parker Curator of Russian art, will lead a tour of “One Heart, One Way: The Journey of a Princely Art Collection.”

Workshop: Student Collaboration: When Does Getting Help Cross the Line?

In this workshop, co-facilitated by the Center for Teaching and Learning and Academic Honesty, participants will explore what drives students to cheat and...

Bethany Polentz – “Life After Park Hall: Notes from a California Bulldawg”

Bethany Polentz graduated from UGA in 1996 with a BA in English. She is currently Vice President of Experience Strategy, Customer Insights, & Experience...

Stellenbosch II Study Abroad Information Session

Information on a new study abroad opportunity offered Summer 2019 (June/July) to South Africa. Open to all majors.

Communication Sciences and Disorders Information Session

This information session will be about the communication sciences and disorders (CMSD) major. If you are interested in this major, please consider attending...

Workshop: Coping Strategies for UGA’s Introverts

Students will learn strategies for coping at a large extroverted university to get the most out of the academic and social environment in their own...

The Economics of the Opioid Epidemic with Dr. Pohl

Come join us for a lecture on the opioid epidemic with Dr. Pohl! Free food and drinks will be provided!

Haunted Highrises

University Housing will host its annual Haunted Highrises and fall festival October 24 in Brumby Hall, Russell Hall and Creswell Hall. Local children will...

Improv Athens Open Rehearsal

Everyone is welcome to come practice improvisational comedy with Improv Athens during Open Rehearsals. There will be improv games for beginners and more...

Lecture: Morag Kersel

"Who Owns the Past? Competing Claims for Antiquities from the Holy Land," Morag Kersel, professor at DePaul University and graduate of the Master of Historic...

The Boeing Company Information Session

Interested in learning about business opportunities within the largest aerospace company in the world? Join us for an information session with Boeing...

RUF's Night at the Farm

Don't miss the live music, food and opportunity to hang out with friends. Visit RUF's Instagram for more information.

Full Moon Hike: Hunter's Moon

October's Hunter Moon hike will be presented by Trina Morris of the Georgia Department of Natural Resources. Oct. 24 will be the start of Bat Week. Join...

Reformed University Fellowship Large Group

RUF is a campus ministry helping students find community and worship.

a2ru Plenary Session – “The Art of Resilience: What’s at Stake for Integrating the Arts and Sciences to Achieve Sustainability and Resilience in the Anthropocene”

Participants in this free, public plenary session of the a2ru National Conference are Cassandra Fraser, professor of chemistry at the University of...

Wednesday, October 24