Events

Tuesday, February 1

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...

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

Frankie Welch (1924-2021) was an American designer and entrepreneur best known for producing thousands of custom scarves. Born in Rome, Georgia, she spent...

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".

It begins with a blunder. “I pressed stop instead of record,” writes Lisa Tan, in the script for her new work, Dodge and Burn 2017-2020 July 4. The mishap...

The first exhibition dedicated to Pier Francesco Foschi (1502–1567), a highly prolific and fashionable Florentine painter whose career spanned nearly five...

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

Birdwing butterflies, a group that includes the largest butterflies in the world, are the focus of a colorful new display at the University of Georgia Odum...

The Center for Latino Achievement and Success in Education (CLASE) at The University of Georgia offers a 30-hour foundational professional learning institute...

The Goizueta Foundation, founded by Roberto C. Goizueta (former Chairman and CEO of The Coca-Cola Company), established The Goizueta Foundation Graduate...

Frazier & Deeter is a nationally ranked, top 50 accounting firm, headquartered in midtown Atlanta. We also have 9 other offices, including Alpharetta,...

Keynote: Relationship Rich Education: How Human Connections Contribute to Student Success Decades of research demonstrate that student-faculty and...

9:30am
Virtual Event

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

"Scent of Danger - What Infections Teach Us About Olfactory Immunity and Neuroinvasion," Ashely Moseman, Dept. of Immunology, Duke University.

Frazier & Deeter is hosting Coffee Chats on February 1st from 2-4pm. Book a time to meet one-on-one with a member of our staff for a Coffee Chat here:...

What do patterned scarves have to do with politics? Find out on a guided tour of the new exhibit "Frankie Welch’s Americana: Fashion, Scarves, and Politics."...

Marilyn Holmes with a portrait of her late husband Hamilton Holmes Sr. at the 2016 Holmes-Hunter Lecture luncheon.

Marilyn Holmes, retired educator and wife of the late Hamilton Holmes Sr., will present the 2022 Holmes-Hunter Lecture on Feb. 1. The lecture will be...

2pm
Virtual Event

Workshop: Learning and Relationships in (and Beyond) our Courses Our courses -- whether face-to-face, online, or something in between -- can and should be...

2:30pm
Virtual Event

Join the BeYou Peer Educators for a pop up panel discussion on body image. During this panel discussion, BeYou Peer Educators will discuss their tips for...

4pm
Virtual Event

Melissa Brotman, Neuroscience and Novel Therapeutics Unit, NIMH/NIH.

4pm
Virtual Event

Join us for the GE Gas Power Financial Management Program virtual information session to learn more about our 2-year rotational program! We are now hiring...

Come join the Economics Society and Terry Career Consultant Will Lewis to better understand how a great LinkedIn profile can help you get your dream...

Information session for prospective applicants for professional fraternity. A short introduction by executive board members followed by Q&A regarding...

6pm
Virtual Event

Insurance Society/GIS Meeting

Tuesday, February 1