Class of 2018 Freshman Welcome
2014 Freshman Send-Off Recap
Faculty Spotlight: Dr. James Marshall Shepherd
UGA Class of 2014 Summer Commencement
Former Bulldog making “Chic Comfort Food” on MasterChef
Father and son share a bond like no other
UGA alumna is on fire
Make miracles happen with Gwinnett Braves
2014 is “Going to the Dawgs”
A Bulldog reunion 30 years in the making
UGA alumnus named chairman of the Georgia Bankers Association
Five Questions with Richmond Chapter Vice President Taylor Jacobson (BS '09)
Atlanta Alumni Spotlight: Jennifer Bradley Franklin
We are our Sisters’ Keepers
40 Under 40 Class of 2014 Announced
Focus on Faculty: Elizabeth Andress
Spotlight on Young Alumni: Angelique Jackson (ABJ '12)
Cortona presented with key to the Classic City
UGA alumnus takes Nashville baseball fans back in time
Terry College presents alumni awards
Marshall Scholar meets Prince Charles
A whirlwind trip to the Peabody Awards in NYC
Former UGA Orientation Leader hopes to inspire others to serve their country
Alumnus and Bulldog 100 Honoree works to lead Georgians out of poverty
#CRAZYFORUGA (an insider’s guide to following UGA on Instagram)
Alumni Career Services: New Director and Alumni Career Fair
Grady College announces recipients of 2014 Alumni Awards
Young Alumni Profile - Mel Baxter (AB '12)
Richmond Chapter donates to Student Veterans Resource Center
40 Under 40 Spotlight - Catherine Trieschmann
Ertharin Cousin (JD '82) named to 2014 TIME 100 Most Influential People
UGA Alumni Association pays tribute to UGA’s founder and first president with statue on North Campus
Bulldog sisters make mark on wedding industry
Alumnus and Bulldog 100 honoree named Georgia Trend’s 2014 Most Respected Business Leader
President Obama honors Chemistry Professor Gary Douberly for energy research
Focus on Faculty: Tony Lowe
Catching up with Atlanta-based artist Britt Bass Turner
US Poet Laureate uses her past to speak to the unspeakable
Accomplished concert artist returns to Georgia
Caplan and Cobb: the new dynamic duo of Atlanta law
Alumna puts passion for historic preservation into action
Longtime UGA supporter hangs his “Gone Fishing” sign
McCall Wilder Designs offers timeless clothing options for children
UGA alum leads Nasa team on the precipice of discovery
Thank a Donor Day is today!
2014 UGA Day Tour
Thinc. at UGA Entrepreneurial Week
2014 Alumni Awards Luncheon
Alaina in Atlanta connects young professionals
Umano: where fashion and philanthropy meet
Julia Clark (MED '68) elected into prestigious Cosmos Club
The 2014 Ring Ceremony has arrived!
Focus on Faculty: Diane Marie Amann
The 73rd Peabody Awards are almost here!
FotoIN named to Technology Association of Georgia’s Top 40 Innovative Technology Companies List
40 Under 40 Spotlight - Brendan K. Hatcher (BBA '97)
Alumna Lisa Taylor (JD '01) serves those unable to serve themselves
An Interview with David Greene (BBA '04)
Josh Seehorn (BSFR '08, MNR '11) hikes cross country for North American Envirothon
Billy Payne (AB '69, JD '73) named Georgia Trustee by Georgia Historical Society
2014 Senior Signature Campaign
Wisdom from Athens
Dr. Michael Davis (PHD '05) awarded Don Brownlee Award
Alumni chosen as finalists for UGA’s Flavor of Georgia Food Product Contest.
Alumnus recognized by President Obama
Support students - get your UGA specialty tag today!
Calling All Alumni: Southern Italy & Sicily Garden and Farm Tour
Alumna Amanda Anderson (BSFCS '97) named Wellhouse director at Blackberry Farm
College of Education accepting alumni award nominations
Focus on Faculty: Stephan Durham
It has been 10 years since David Greene (BBA ’04) last played Between the Hedges, but he remains connected to his alma mater as a faithful UGA alumnus. I was excited to hear that David will be broadcasting every Thursday from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. next door to the UGA Atlanta Alumni Center at Shula’s Restaurant Bar & Grill in Buckhead. The David Greene College Show will discuss major topics in college football, but will focus on the SEC and UGA. I was lucky to catch up with David last week to ask him a couple of questions about UGA and of course, his new show:
What is your favorite UGA tradition?
"As a player it was the Dawg Walk ... getting to hug your family and see all the crazy fans was always a great feeling before kickoff. As a fan, I love hearing the Battle Hymn soloist and seeing the video of former and current Dawgs right before the teams come out. If that doesn't give you chills, I don't know what will."
Everyone knows you for your record-breaking career as a UGA quarterback. Who outside of the UGA athletic department had the greatest impact on you?
"Shannon Jarvis, known as Coach Jarvis to me. Coach Jarvis was the receivers coach at my high school. When I committed to UGA, he gave me tapes from decades back and told me how important it was to know the history of Georgia football. Looking back, I think that had a big impact on my love and respect for the university and the football program. We used to talk on the phone every Friday night before football games. I always looked forward to those conversations because it gave me an opportunity to zoom out, forget about the stress and grind that football brings and reflect on how blessed I was."
As a client executive for Seacrest Partners, what does it mean to you that your company has been honored on the Bulldog 100 list for the past few years as one of the fastest growing Bulldog-owned businesses?
"It means a great deal to me. As fortunate as I was to play on great football teams at UGA, I'm equally as fortunate to work on the Seacrest Partners team. Our company has experienced tremendous growth over the last few years and it's a direct correlation of working alongside great people and true professionals."
What do you currently do to stay connected to the university and the Bulldog Nation?
"92.9 The Game has given me an excellent platform to host the David Greene College Show. Over the last few years, I've spoken to UGA Alumni Corporate Chapters and helped with the Tailgate with Terry event. From time to time, I also speak on behalf of the Georgia Bulldog Club around the state. Lastly, I keep in touch with the coaching staff, administrators and former players as much as possible.
Tell us about the David Greene College Show and what we can expect from it.
"When you tune into the show, you can expect to hear opinions on all the major topics surrounding college football. The show will be weighed heavily on the SEC, with a strong focus on UGA. Even though I'm clearly a Dawg for life, you can expect to hear my honest opinion on topics surrounding the UGA program, both good and bad. You will also hear from many former UGA football players. Football is the ultimate team game, and I wouldn't have the opportunity to do this show if it wasn't for these guys. I want to hear their opinions as well as give college football fans an opportunity to hear from some of the greats."
I hope you will take the time to stop by Shula's or tune into 92.9 The Game from 4:00 to 6:00 p.m. on Thursdays to support this great Bulldog. And don't forget to follow the show on twitter at www.twitter.com/davidgreeneshow.
Frances Beusse (BS '06)
Director of Atlanta Programs
The Class of 2018 was welcomed into the Bulldog family with style yesterday afternoon during the fourth annual Freshman Welcome.
Freshman Welcome was a day of firsts for many of the students in attendance. First time at Sanford Stadium. First time Between the Hedges. First time hearing from President Jere W. Morehead (JD '80) and Football Coach Mark Richt. First time learning UGA game day traditions like Calling the Dawgs, Krypton and the Battle Hymn of the Bulldog Nation. Click here to view a video of yesterday's festivities - or check out students' photos on Twitter and Instagram using #uga18.
Already boasting the highest average GPA and SAT scores of any incoming class at UGA, the UGA Alumni Association knows the Class of 2018 will leave its mark on UGA.
This summer, the UGA Alumni Association and alumni chapters from across the country welcomed incoming students and their families into the Bulldog family. Each participating chapter hosted its own Freshman Send-Off Party to introduce the Class of 2018 to the Bulldog Nation.
Nearly 40 chapters in 15 states participated in the Freshman Send-Off Parties, serving 1,323 students and their family members. Here are some photos from the events this summer:
We are happy to welcome the Class of 2018 and Go Dawgs!
Another star is born - and this time, it is a UGA professor stepping into the spotlight.
Dr. James Marshall Shepherd, a professor in the Department of Geography, will host a new Weather Channel show titled, “WxGeeks” (meaning Weather Geeks).
Shepherd received his bachelor's, master's and doctoral degrees from Florida State University, and joined the UGA faculty in 2006. He teaches courses including ‘Introduction to Weather and Climate’ to ‘Applied Climatology in the Urban Environment.’
Though he may be a new celebrity to the general public, Shepherd is well-known in the climate and weather community. He is a former NASA scientist, the 2013 President of the American Meteorological Society, and heads the nationally-recognized Atmospheric Sciences Program at UGA.
During each episode, Shepherd and other special guests will share expert advice, news and weather-related conversation to educate the viewers in an entertaining format.
WxGeeks producer, Mike Chesterfield, said, “We hope the show can be as geeky and technical as an offline conversation between geeky weather people would be.”
Click here to learn more about "WxGeeks."