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Company Overview of University of Georgia
University of Georgia is an education institution, which offers baccalaureate, masters, doctoral, and professional degrees. It focuses on fields such as arts, humanities, social sciences, biological sciences, physical sciences, agricultural and environmental sciences, business, environmental design, family and consumer sciences, forest resources, journalism and mass communication, education, law, pharmacy, social work, and veterinary medicine. The schools and colleges of the university includes College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences; Franklin College of Arts and Sciences; Terry College of Business; College of Education; College of Environment and Design; College of Family and Con...
Athens, GA 30602
Founded in 1785
Key Executives for University of Georgia
Senior Vice President for Finance and Administration
Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs and Provost
Vice President for Instruction
Senior Vice President for External Affairs
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2016.
University of Georgia Key Developments
University of Georgia Announces Executive Changes of State Botanical Garden of Georgia
Jan 9 17
Jennifer M. Cruse-Sanders, vice president for science and conservation at the Atlanta Botanical Garden, has been named director of the State Botanical Garden of Georgia at the University of Georgia, effective Feb. 15. Cruse-Sanders' experience as a senior administrator-managing people and projects while raising private funds at the Atlanta Botanical Garden-made her an ideal candidate. Cruse-Sanders has worked at the Atlanta Botanical Garden since 2008. She was director of research and conservation before becoming a vice president. Prior to Atlanta, she spent nine years as a research associate at the Rancho Santa Ana Botanic Garden. Cruse-Sanders follows Wilf Nicholls, who will retire on Jan. 31 after more than six years at the garden. Associate Director John Graham will serve as interim director from Feb. 1-14.
The University of Georgia Faces $100,000 Fine for Hazardous Waste Violations
Oct 27 16
The University of Georgia closed a hazardous waste treatment facility and faces a fine of nearly $100,000 after Environmental Protection Agency cited the university with numerous safety violations in its handling of radioactive and other toxic wastes. The violations involved did not include any releases which might have put anyone in danger. Until its closure, UGA stored hazardous waste collected from hundreds of UGA laboratories at the facility, which is licensed to store liquid radioactive waste mixed with other hazardous waste with a half-life of 90 days or less, up to 10 half-lives. Waste collected at the facility also can include things such as pesticides and batteries.
UGA Opens $48 Million Center
Aug 16 16
UGA opened a new $48 million science learning center. The science learning center will have 33 labs, and it's purposely designed to get students talking and working together.
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