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New mobile-friendly maps offer fresh air and ideas to explore campus


Beyond its historic buildings and gardens, the University of Georgia’s campus is known for something that surrounds us, yet too often goes unnoticed: its trees.

Designated as an arboretum decades ago, now a new… Read Article

A first-of-its-kind project highlights perils faced by drier western forests


Drought and wildfires often, unfortunately, go hand in hand. While some fires can be planned and controlled, dry conditions create a tinderbox for much of American’s forests.

And while it’s possible for… Read Article

From your couch or desk, help researchers better understand Athens’ animal populations


They’re always a hot topic for social media or neighborhood listservs: Wildlife in our backyards.

But what do we know about these animals who inhabit urban spaces alongside people? Now, a… Read Article

Arnett C. Mace Jr., who served as the University of Georgia’s senior vice president for academic affairs and provost and was previously dean of the Warnell School of Forestry and Natural Resources, died Monday at the age of 83.

Mace served as provost from 2003 to 2010 and spearheaded… Read Article

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In a way, they are the faces of Warnell. They are the first people you meet when you come for a tour. They might check you in at a Warnell event. Often, they are the first ones to arrive and the last ones to leave.

They are our student… Read Article



When we get sick, our bodies launch a defense.

It’s a similar story with trees. But while these plants don’t have an immune system like humans, they do have a chemical response that helps protect from invading organisms. It’s this defense mechanism that Caterina Villari is exploring.… Read Article

A senior javelin thrower on the men’s track and field team, Alejandro Collins is passionate about environmentalism and human rights, which he attributes partly to growing up in Latin America. He follows the motto “more than my sport,” meaning that life is greater than sports. “We all need to set… Read Article

Opportunity to take part in international project offered new perspectives on research


The cloud forests of Mexico hold many secrets.

Occasional visitors to these lush forests—unique ecosystems located in high elevations—are welcomed by sprawling tree canopies, the tunes… Read Article

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