Events

Tuesday, January 11

Smith Street sidewalk closure from December 13, 2021 through February 14, 2022. The road will not be affected and signage for alternate sidewalk route will...

Construction forces will mobilize onsite and begin setting up site safety measures such as barriers, fencing, and signage on May 17. Construction activities...

To facilitate infrastructure enhancements to North Campus, the northernmost section of Herty Field (refer to area here) will be inaccessible from December...

For undergraduate and graduate level courses.

Examines the individuals, communities and institutions central to elevating printmaking as a medium among Native American artists during the second half of...

Two sets of Russian prints: sweeping cityscapes and small hand-colored lithographs of working-class occupations.

A video installation by Jennifer Steinkamp consisting of her work “Mike Kelley".

Join Rec Sports for more than 70 free, in-person fitness classes on the Unlimited Group Fitness and Small Group Training schedules this week only. Try out a...

a detail from one of Kota Ezawa's images

This exhibition will bring together new and recent works related to Ezawa’s “The Crime of Art” series, a group of light-boxes and video animations that...

Smith Street closure on Monday, January 10, 2022 through Friday, January 14, 2022 from 6:00am to 6:00pm. Both lanes will be closed on Smith Street between...

Although people have long sought to shape nature for their own benefit, they have also introduced—intentionally and unintentionally—some of the most...

Welcome back, Edudawgs! The MFECOE Ambassadors will be stationed at the doors of Aderhold and Ramsey to assist you in finding your classrooms as well as...

Compass in light grey with "Guide Dawgs" all caps in red over the image

GuideDawgs is an event hosted by New Student Orientation in which volunteers will be around campus to provide directions and guidance during the first two...

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The UGA College of Public Health, in partnership with the UGA Health Center, is offering free, walk-in, asymptomatic-only COVID-19 testing. No registration...

Speak with CAPS Pride Center liaison psychologist Dr. Shannon Bowles about concerns, get help problem-solving, and learn more about resources available at...

"Testosterone and cortisol: Hormones, status, and human performance in (mostly) athletic settings," David Edwards, Emory University.

Register for a monthly Virtual Master of Public Health (MPH) Information Session. The MPH program, offered by the UGA College of Public Health, is designed...

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Virtual Event

Tuesday, January 11