Top 20 for 8 straight years

For the eighth consecutive year, the University of Georgia ranks in the top 20 among the nation’s best public universities, according to U.S. News & World Report. U.S. News’ 2024 rankings, released on Sept. 18, position the university at No. 20… Full story

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

UGA ranked No. 9 among public universities in the U.S. by Niche

The University of Georgia was recently ranked No. 9 on the latest list of Top Public Universities in the U.S. by the rankings platform Niche. The 2024 ranking, which was released last week, is based on Niche’s analysis of academic, admissions,… Full story

Four Foundation Fellows are graduates of Clarke County schools

Growing up in Athens, many high school students feel like they know everything about the University of Georgia. They have taken annual field trips to sites across campus, attended summer camps, and have seen red and black throughout their lives. But… Full story

Standifer named vice provost for inclusive excellence and chief of staff to the provost

The University of Georgia has named Alton M. Standifer as its vice provost for inclusive excellence and chief of staff to the provost effective Oct. 1. Standifer presently serves as deputy chief of staff to President Jere W. Morehead. “Throughout his… 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