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  • Shining light on NGOs and global environmental discourse
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  • UGA bioplastics technologies fuel state’s economy
    Company bringing 200 jobs to Athens is an essential university partner When University of Georgia professor Jason Locklin met Daniel Carraway over 10 years ago, neither of them knew their professional relationship would result in a substantial economic development investment in Athens. Back in 2008, Locklin, who is now director of UGA’s New Materials Institute, was an assistant […]
  • Research explores safer routes for logging trucks
    Allowing interstate travel would provide many benefits for timber industry Logging trucks crisscross roads across the southeastern United States every day, bringing more than 200 million tons of timber from forests to mills every year. Every mile they travel adds to the overall cost of the timber—and current federal weight laws prevent log trucks from using […]
  • Historic Clothing and Textiles Collection goes digital
    Students, researchers and fashion historians have used the University of Georgia’s Historic Clothing and Textiles Collection to study fashion for years. Now it’s becoming even more accessible through a digitization process led by Monica Sklar, an assistant professor in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences. Sklar, who teaches fashion history and merchandising courses, is […]
  • Researchers study teleworking effects during COVID-19
    The COVID-19 pandemic and social distancing protocols resulted in many workers conducting business from home, altering the environments in which they work at a moment’s notice and allowing organizations to continue their operations. What are the effects of this rapid transition to working remotely? That’s what researchers at the University of Georgia and the University of […]


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