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Jul 17, 2013 |

Fei Zhao Chosen for Emerging Leaders Program

The Emerging Leaders Program is an invited leadership workshop sponsored and funded by the Graduate School at the University of Georgia. Held during Fall Break, this program is a two-day intensive professional development workshop designed for master’s and doctoral students who are nearing completion of the terminal graduate degree in their discipline and who seek to gain or strengthen leadership capabilities. The Emerging Leaders Program will assist participants by offering sessions about professional development and leadership skills necessary for entering a workplace characterized by diversity of people, career opportunities, and ever increasing responsibilities. Participants will gain insight and information to help them address their own career goals, understand workplace complexities, and become effective leaders in their disciplines.

Jan 31, 2013 | In The News

Eric Goolsby Essay Published

A short essay by Odum School of Ecology doctoral student Eric Goolsby was recently published in the online edition of the journal Science. The essay was selected as part of NextGen VOICES, a series that features the ideas of young scientists.

Oct 12, 2012 | Honors and Awards

Qingguo Huang

The Department of Defense’s U.S. Air Force Center for Engineering and the Environment awarded UGA associate professor Qingguo “Jack” Huang a $689,431 grant to test the effectiveness of an enzyme-based approach for removing perfluorinated chemicals from contaminated soil.

Apr 04, 2012 | In The News

PHI Ep 22 - Air Quality

The University of Georgia College of Public Health produces a TV show called Public Health Impact. This episode focuses on air quality and has faculty, researchers, and students discussing their work. Dr. Luke Naeher from the Environmental Health Science department is spotlighted.

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