Centennial Announcements Archive
Week of Jan. 25, 2010
UGA President Michael Adams and Debra Stewart, president of the Council of Graduate Schools, delivered the opening speeches at the Graduate School’s Centennial Kickoff. Read more about it at UGA’s Columns.
Week of Feb. 15, 2010
One goal of the Centennial celebration is to create a Legacy Fund to support students and graduate education for the next 100 years. For more information about being part of this lasting legacy, contact Tom Wilfong, Graduate School Development Officer.
It is through gifts and other financial commitments that the Graduate School is able to provide a world-class education to the exceptional students who choose to study at the University of Georgia. Click here for information about contributing to the Archway for Excellence campaign.
The UGA Graduate School continued its year-long Centennial celebration by planting trees across campus to coincide with Georgia’s Arbor Day on Feb. 19, 2010.
Week of Mar. 29, 2010On March 27, UGA graduate students spanning many disciplines presented original covering a wide-range of topics, including categories like trauma, disease, speech, livestock and language, among others, at Health and the Disciplines sponsored by the Graduate Student Association.
Week of Apr. 12, 2010
The 10th Annual Mary Frances Early Lecture, delivered by Ambassador Andrew Young, is now available on YouTube.
Week of May 10, 2010
Thomas Lauth, dean of the university’s School of Public and International Affairs, delivered the keynote address at the graduate student ceremony on May 8. Lauth encouraged every graduating student to address the problems of society and enhance the reputation of UGA. Don't forget to check out the Graduation Slideshow, including the picture of the Centennial Tassle!