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Pills to Policy: PharmDawgs take on Washington, D.C.

Just three blocks away from the U.S. Capitol, Library of Congress, and the Supreme Court, a humble two-story building sits at the end of a long row of Victorian townhomes, quietly keeping the nation’s heart beating and healthy. Situated behind… Full story

Interning in Washington

For students like Ashni Patel, who interned at the U.S. State Department in the spring, living in Washington was a dream come true. But the reality of working 40 hours a week plus completing her coursework took some adjustment. “It’s… Full story

Building a Network

Over the years, the program has helped expand the university’s reach in the capital. Today, a vast network of UGA alumni work in Washington. DeMaria estimates that at least 80 Bulldogs, many program alumni, are involved in activities each year… Full story

History on the Hill

Students spend a lot of time at Delta Hall, which has been the home base for UGA activity in Washington since 2015. But the university has had a presence in the capital for more than 25 years. It’s only gotten… Full story

A Home Base

At any given time, there are thousands of undergraduate students from across the U.S. interning in our nation’s capital. They work for federal agencies, congressional offices, think tanks, museums, and law firms, to name a few opportunities. Many internships don’t… Full story

Dawgs in DC

William Cano had a simple and practical plan. The University of Georgia international affairs major would graduate in Fall 2022 at age 23. Then he would work at The Home Depot for a few months before getting a foreign policy-related… Full story

Rhodes to Success

Natalie Navarrete didn’t know Russian when she came to the University of Georgia. Now, she has studied it around the globe. Navarrete graduated in spring 2023 with several new stamps in her passport, as well as bachelor’s degrees in international affairs,… Full story

Morehead Named President of Southeastern Conference

He continues to serve on NCAA Board of Governors and Board of Directors University of Georgia President Jere W. Morehead has been elected to a two-year term as president of the Southeastern Conference, beginning July 1. As president, Morehead will chair… Full story

Infectious Disease Fellow from the Army War College Made the Most of a Year at UGA

Colonel Jolanda L. J. Walker wraps up a year-long senior service college fellowship at UGA By: Reaganne Coile While on campus during the 2020-2021 academic year, the University of Georgia’s Senior Service College Fellow from the Army War College made… Full story

Dr. Henry Young, Sarah Jones Awarded USDA Grant to Improve Health in Rural Georgia

In a unique collaboration between faculty and staff, the College of Pharmacy has received a USDA grant totaling almost $1 million to develop a Distant Learning and Telemedicine Program for underserved populations in rural Georgia. Dr. Henry N. Young, Kroger Associate Professor… Full story