Events

Thursday, September 12

 Exhibition: Rachel Whiteread

Five cast-stone sculptures by Rachel Whiteread reinterpret the artist’s earlier resin castings of the space beneath chairs. The works are arranged in a table...

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The driveway between Cedar Street and E. Campus Road located to the south of the Computing Services/Natural History Museum Building will be temporarily...

Exhibition: "Out of the Darkness: Light in the Depths of the Sea of Cortez"

Artist and Delta Visiting Chair for Global Understanding Rebecca Rutstein has worked in painting, sculpture, installation and public art and has an ongoing...

Exhibition: Beautiful and Brutal: Georgia Bulldogs Football, 2017

In 2017, the Bulldogs followed a strong regular season with an SEC title and a win at the Rose Bowl before heading to the national championship game in...

Exhibition: Before the War: Photographs of Syria by Peter Aaron

In 2009, Peter Aaron traveled with his family to Syria. Aaron spent his trip photographing city streets and sites in and around Syria, such as the desert...

Exhibition: Celebrating Heroes: American Mural Studies of the 1930s and 1940s from the Steven and Susan Hirsch Collection

Organized by the Frances Lehman Loeb Art Center at Vassar College in Poughkeepsie, New York, this exhibition features almost 50 drawings that provide an...

Exhibition: Color, Form and Light

This focused exhibition consists of rarely seen works from the permanent collection or on long-term loan. DeWain Valentine's sculpture “Double Concave...

Exhibition: Drama and Devotion in Baroque Rome

Rome has long been a key destination for artists. At the beginning of the 17th century, painters from across Europe flocked to the Eternal City to see the...

Exhibition: Fountain: Melissa Brown & Jaime Bull

Once purely functional, fountains have for centuries served as a form of spectacle, the marking of triumph and the grandeur of civilizations. Just think of...

Exhibition: Storytelling in Renaissance Maiolica

This focused exhibition brings together a small selection of tin-glazed earthenware produced in the duchy of Urbino, Italy, in the 16th century. Colorfully...

Exhibition: The New South and The New Slavery: Convict Labor in Georgia

The Thirteenth Amendment abolished slavery in the United States, and outlawed forced labor except for use as punishment for a crime. Georgia, along with...

Construction Advisory: Brumby Hall Renovation

Construction activities for the renovation of Brumby Hall will begin on May 28, 2019, and continue through July 2020. The sidewalks on Baxter Street and S....

Exhibition: Moon Rocks!

A spotlight exhibition in honor of the 50th anniversary of the 1969 Apollo 11 moon landing.

Exhibition: Now and Then: 1979

A look back at 1979 and the lasting legacy of the events that filled the public mind. 1979 was the the year of the Three Mile Island nuclear disaster and...

Workshop: The Other Side of Poverty in Schools

In this one-day workshop at the University of Georgia, teachers, administrators, counselors, social workers, family advocates, teacher educators,...

Employer of the Day | Deloitte Consulting

Deloitte Consulting LLP is looking for candidates with outstanding leadership experience, strong academic performance, and excellent communication. Our...

Nature Ramblers

Sessions will start with an inspirational reading by a nature writer such as Annie Dillard, John Muir, or Janisse Ray. This is a ramble not a hike; ramblers...

Garden Earth Explorers

Join the State Botanical Garden of Georgia education team as they bring you a new program to the Alice H. Richards Children’s Garden called Garden Earth...

Microbiology Seminar

"Insect Bacterial Symbioses in Plant and Disease Vectors,"Dr. Kevin Vogel, Department of Entomology, University of Georgia.

Lecture: Todd Shepard, Johns Hopkins University

"Affirmative Action and the End of Empires," Todd Shepard, Arthur O. Lovejoy Professor of History at Johns Hopkins University. He is the author of "Voices...

Economics Seminar Series: Alex Monge

Economics Seminar Series featuring Alex Monge, St. Louis Federal Reserve

Neuroscience Journal Club

Dr. Emily Noble will speak on "Mechanisms for the neuromodulation of feeding by melanin concentrating hormone."

Healthy Dawg Kickoff

Kick off fall semester at the University Health Center with free snacks, cool prizes, and helpful tips to be healthy and well at UGA! UGA students are...

QGIS Workshop 1: Point Data

Learn to use QGIS to put points on a map, exploring different symbology (including graduated and proportional symbols) and style options for map...

Deloitte Consulting LLP Information Session

Deloitte Consulting LLP is looking for candidates with outstanding leadership experience, strong academic performance, and excellent communication. Our...

American Sign Language Class: Level 1

The University of Georgia Center for Continuing Education offers programs in American Sign Language at both the Athens and Gwinnett campuses. Participants...

Extended Time MSW Information Session

The Extended Time MSW Program offers classes after 5 p.m. weeknights or on Saturdays at the Gwinnett Campus. The degree can be earned over three years or...

Community Training on Domestic Minor Sex Trafficking

ACC Sex Trafficking Awareness and Response (STAR) Task Force is hosting a community training on domestic minor sex trafficking provided by Georgia Cares. ...

Regions Real Estate

Please join the Real Estate Society in welcoming Regions Real Estate. The Regions team maintains active recruitment efforts for both interns and full-time...

SPIA Giving Day

On Sept. 12, SPIA kicks off its fourth annual Giving Day. For 24 hours, the school is asking its entire community of alumni, students, faculty, staff, and...

Celebrating Clara Schumann’s 200th Birthday

Students and faculty from the Hugh Hodgson School of Music at the University of Georgia will be presenting Clara Schumann: A Portrait. In commemoration of...

Studio Workshop: Bookbinding

Athens-based artist and Piedmont College professor Brian Hitselberger will lead a series of studio-based courses exploring various bookbinding techniques and...

Film Screening: "Paper Moon"

Part of the 1930s America Film Series. Real-life father and daughter Ryan and Tatum O'Neal team up as slick con-artists Moses Pray and Addie Loggins in 1930s...

Phi Kappa Debate

Join the Phi Kappa Literary Society each Thursday at 7 p.m. as they debate a variety of topics including politics, medicine, sports, pop culture, history,...

University Union: Drive-In Movie

Union is take-taking students out to the drive-in with a showing of The Sandlot in Lot E01/Intramural Fields Lot. Bring a car full of friends and watch it...

University Union: Drive-In Movie

Load up a vehicle with friends and head to the Intramural Lot for a free drive-in movie screening.

Thursday, September 12