Category Archives: Undergraduate Students

Green Screen

I recently went to Jekyll Island to meet with my Georgia Sea Turtle Center collaborator and attend the Green Screen event put on by EcoFest Film Fesitval, Georgia Sea Grant, and Jekyll Island. I brought along undergraduate student Abby Stern … Continue reading

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The UGA College of Engineering is Launched

It is so exciting to be a part of Georgia Engineering today! The new College of Engineering was officially launched on July 1, 2012. Our inaugural Dean is Dr. Dale Threadgill, who has written an inspirational welcome to the College. … Continue reading

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Summer Opportunity for UGA Students with iPhone Application Development Experience

UGA student worker needed hourly to assist in the development of an environmentally-focused iPhone application project this summer.  Interested applicants must have iPhone development experience. Experience in Java/C/C++,  HTML forms, XML Web Services, and database (MySQL) interfacing is highly desirable. … Continue reading

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Undergraduate Research Opportunities in Environmental Engineering

Great opportunities at UGA!Undergraduate research opportunities on campus are being expanded through a partnership between the Honors Program’s Center for Undergraduate Research Opportunities and the Faculty of Engineering. Click for more information >> Share it.

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Roll-off in Aruba

While I take photos on my own travels, I also ask my students who travel to take photos of waste receptacles (especailly if they will be missing class). Many of my students have traveled to interesting and unique locations – … Continue reading

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