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SPIA Giving Day 2017

On September 28 at 6:00 pm, we will kick off the second annual SPIA Giving Day! For 24 hours, we…

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  • 134 Backers
  • $17,003.00 Funded
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Warnell Dawg Days

Join Warnell alumni, students and friends from across the globe as we celebrate Warnell Dawg Days! Share your Warnell pride and support a cause that matters most to you. Our goal…

  • 111 backers Goal
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  • $10,200.00 Funded
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Moot Court

Support UGA’s Moot Court as they prepare for the invitational tournament in Savannah, GA!

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Dawgs Suit Up

Donate to Dawgs Suit Up today to support students for life after the Arch.

  • 114% Funded
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JoLLE 2017 Conference

About the Project The Journal of Language and Literacy Education (JoLLE) is a student-run, peer-reviewed, open access journal housed in the Department of Language and Literacy Education at the…

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Fueling Young Minds in Kenya

With the average Kenyan student restricted to an 8th grade education, each day, hour, minute, that Emulanda Primary School students…

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  • $2,305.00 Funded

Georgia Agricultural Tour

  College of Agricultural and Environmental Sciences students have the opportunity to spend spring break traveling and exploring the vast industry that is Georgia Agriculture. This five-day tour allows students…

  • 103% Funded
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Grady Giving Day 2016

Ready, Set, Give: Grady Giving Day 2016 About the Project Are you ready to make history? To celebrate Grady College of…

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  • 145 Backers
  • $12,655.00 Funded
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Grow the Oak!

This past July, the UGA College of Veterinary Medicine lost the stately willow oak which provided beauty and serenity in front of the College for over 60 years. University of Georgia arborists assessed the viability of the large tree and,…

  • 106% Funded
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New Media Institute

$30 for 30 – UGA New Media Institute

About the Project For the past 15 years, the New Media Institute has asked students to abandon media preconceptions, examine new forms of technology, and challenge each other to positively influence Georgia and the Athens community through the use…

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  • $2,260.60 Funded
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#GivingTuesday

We know about Black Friday and Cyber Monday, but did you know Dec. 2 is #GivingTuesday? This global day of philanthropy is a simple, yet effective movement to encourage families, companies, and communities to celebrate generosity and give.

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horse with DSLD

Equine Degenerative Disorder Research Project

Equine degenerative suspensory ligament desmitis (DSLD) is a debilitating ligament and tendon disorder of horses. It is a source of chronic lameness and pain without a cure, and of great distress to horse owners and horse lovers. Available diagnostic tools are inadequate and our knowledge about the cause(s) is incomplete. This project aims to refine the accuracy of a new diagnostic method for DSLD – through the identification and measurement of specific proteins.

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Grady Student Photojournalists

Photojournalism Fall Workshop – Georgia National Fair

Grady College photojournalism students will participate in a Service Learning project to document the activities and engagement of participants, visitors and exhibitors taking part in the state’s official fair and agricultural exposition. The Georgia National Fair is a state-sponsored fair held every October on the Georgia National Fairgrounds and Agricenter in Perry, Georgia.

  • 125% Funded
  • $1,250.00 Funded
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China Maymester - SPIA

China Maymester Study Abroad Program – SPIA

The China Maymester Study Abroad Program offers students the opportunity not only to see China but to be in China. Students participate in social events with ordinary Chinese citizens, meet government and Communist Party officials, organize social activities with Chinese students, attend special lectures by Chinese faculty, and sample the wide range of Chinese cooking at the restaurants locals frequent.

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