Metamaterials, or materials that have had their matter rearranged so they interact with light in specific ways, could be key to making everything from super lenses for satellite surveillance to biosensors that can detect Alzheimer's disease.
Thank a Donor Day demonstrates how grateful students are for donor support
The University of Georgia Office of Donor Relations and Stewardship in partnership with the UGA Student Alumni Council hosted the third annual “Thank a Donor Day” throughout campus on April 17... and participation was evident from many schools, units and organizations. To view a video of the days activities, click here.
UGA alumna and Foundation Fellow Smitha Ganeshan one of six nationwide to receive Urann Fellowship
Smitha Ganeshan, a May 2014 University of Georgia graduate, was one of six students nationwide to receive a Marcus L. Urann Fellowship from the Phi Kappa Phi honor society. Ganeshan was a UGA Honors student, recipient of a Foundation Fellowship and a Truman Scholarship. She earned a bachelor's degree in biology with a minor in anthropology from the Franklin College of Arts and Sciences. She will begin her studies at Harvard Medical School in the fall.