March 24, 2013

UGA faculty awarded innovative instruction grants

Twenty-six University of Georgia faculty projects designed to improve teaching were recently funded through grants provided by the Office of the Vice President for Instruction, in collaboration with the Office of the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost. … more

February 18, 2013

UGA cadet only female to complete January army training course

Athens, Ga. - As the only University of Georgia student and the only female in her class of 66 soldiers, Cadet Kayla LaChance successfully completed the Army's Mountain Warfare Course last month. LaChance, a senior political science major from Newnan, was one of only five cadets who finished the rigorous course. … more

February 13, 2013

UGA offers summer classes as convenient option for students

While most students consider taking a break during the summer, some may want to squeeze in extra courses to stay on track for graduation or to get an early start on their college experience. UGA will offer summer sessions for these students in both the traditional and online formats. UGA offers summer classes on all its campuses-Athens, Griffin, Gwinnett and Tifton-for students wanting the traditional class experience. UGA students, as well as transient students, can experience smaller classes in a more relaxed learning environment during the summer. … more

February 8, 2013

Veteran administrator named associate VP for instruction

Ronald Cervero, a veteran administrator in the College of Education, has been named associate vice president for instruction. The appointment was effective March 1. Cervero has served as associate dean for outreach and engagement in the College of Education since 2009 and has been a UGA faculty member since 1986. "Dr. Cervero has a proven record of academic leadership and administration," said Laura Jolly, vice president for instruction. "He is passionate about the instructional mission and brings a wealth of knowledge and university experience to the position. … more