Preparing for finals can be overwhelming, and shortcuts can be tempting. Make sure you don't do anything that would inadvertently violate the Academic Honesty Policy. Here are some helpful tips to help you survive finals week and maintain your academic integrity.
Our students are headed into finals, the most stressful part of the semester. We have some tips and tools you can use to help steer your students clear of inadvertently violating the Academic Honesty Policy.
Seasoned academic advisor Julia Butler-Mayes has been named permanent director of Academic Advising Services in the University of Georgia Office of Instruction beginning Nov. 1.
We've made it past mid-terms and are heading toward the final stretch of the semester. Here's how you can help students master the last hurdles of the semester.
A few months ago, third-year advertising major Jessica Dewberry took a huge risk and moved to Nashville, Tenn., to pursue her dream of working in the music industry.
Now that midterms are over, there are several resources available to help students cross the finish line in their classes.
Social justice issues are a controversial topic, but Professor Darris Means encourages students in his First-Year Odyssey seminar to embrace issues about which they are passionate.
Our rise in academic rankings means we have a greater responsibility to meet the needs of our state. Find out what our extended campuses are fulfilling this role.
Senior education major Wren Ballou had an experience of a lifetime this past May when she traveled to Modena, Italy with UGA's College of Education.
Our rise to #13 was not accomplished overnight, nor by chance. This is YOUR moment in the spotlight, and our time to thank you for a job well done.