Research Insights

Research Live

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The Office of Research will offer a series of remote presentations by Research administrators and personnel to help UGA researchers navigate the challenges that face them during this unprecedented time. These short, targeted Zoom sessions are intended to answer your questions without burdening your day.

Below is a schedule of upcoming Research Live presentations. To participate, simply click on the registration link, and you’ll be asked to provide a UGA email address before being sent the Zoom meeting information.

Let us know if you have questions or would like to suggest a topic for future presentations.

All sessions will be archived for viewing at a later date.

Upcoming sessions


“Diversity, collaboration and innovation: Humanities & arts research and practice at UGA”

Friday, Dec. 9, at 11 a.m.


  • Nicholas Allen, Chaired Professor in Humanities and director, Willson Center for Humanities & Arts
  • Usha Rodrigues, interim vice provost for academic affairs and chair, UGA Arts Council
  • Barbara McCaskill, professor of English and associate academic director, Willson Center for Humanities & Arts
  • Mark Callahan, artistic director, Ideas for Creative Exploration, Lamar Dodd School of Art

Humanities and arts research, teaching and practice extend across UGA and the communities it serves. The Willson Center is a focus and a hub for this established and emerging work, as well as a catalyst for new ideas and connections. With deep foundations in excellence, our humanities and arts activities are one of our gateways to international partnerships. This conversation will introduce some of UGA’s humanities and arts infrastructure, share recent innovations, introduce plans for the future, and invite a discussion of interdisciplinary opportunities for students, faculty and diverse publics.

Zoom registration is required.

Archived sessions by topic

Video archives will be available a few days after each session.