From ideas to impacts, see how partnerships with UGA make a difference
Josh McCauley had an idea he just couldn’t shake: an affordable, build-it-yourself housing option that used recycled plastic that otherwise would end up in landfills.
Startup companies created through Innovation Gateway, the university’s arm for research commercialization, have an economic impact of $531 million across the United States, including $322 million in the state of Georgia.
Holly Sellers, a professor in the College of Veterinary Medicine, is UGA’s 2019 Inventor of the Year and the first woman to receive the designation since 2001.
The UGA Institute of Government partnered with the Cherokee Office of Economic Development to evaluate labor market and education data and create a strategic plan for workforce development in Cherokee county.
A partnership between The Medical Center, Navicent Health and UGA’s College of Veterinary Medicine provides MCNH heart patients the option of donating their used pacemakers to canine heart patients at UGA.
When nationwide bus maker Blue Bird had a problem, it turned to students in the University of Georgia’s Terry College Master of Science in Business Analytics program for a solution.
Journalism, business administration, pharmacy, computer science: believe it or not, these majors are in ascending order of total enrollment at the University of Georgia.
With a $100,000 pledge to the University of Georgia, NCR Foundation established two Georgia Commitment Scholarships (GCS) aimed at supporting undergraduate students pursuing Science, Technology, Engineering, Art and Math (STEAM) or business degrees.
The George W. Strickland, Jr. Foundation recently gifted $400,000 to the University of Georgia to establish four Georgia Commitment Scholarships.