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  • UGA receives $6.2M grant to provide relationship, financial training for couples
    A team of University of Georgia faculty in the College of Family and Consumer Sciences aims to provide Georgia couples with healthy relationship skills and financial guidance with the help of a five-year, $6.2 million grant from the U.S. Department of Health and Human Services. The team will collaborate with UGA Cooperative Extension and a […]
  • Study to make computer science more accessible, fun for young students
    Students with a basic knowledge of computer science are more likely to excel in a variety of subject areas, including mathematics, statistics, robotics and more. To make this critical field more accessible and fun for young students, an interdisciplinary group of researchers from Clemson University and the University of Georgia will use a $950,000 award […]
  • Drawdown Georgia
    Inspired by Project Drawdown, Georgia is building a movement to accelerate progress towards net zero greenhouse gas emissions. It’s called Drawdown Georgia, and it launched October 17 statewide. Over 18 months, a team of the state’s best researchers and scientists from UGA, Georgia Tech and Emory University took a deep dive into the data to determine what it’s […]
  • Marital conflict causes loneliness, health problems
    Study shows conflict early in marriage can lead to poor outcomes a decade later Healthy couples fight. But couples that clash often are more likely to experience feelings of loneliness and poorer physical health down the line, according to new University of Georgia research. The study, using data from 250 couples over almost 20 years, showed […]
  • Dorothy Carter: Building better teams through psychology
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