Fall 2019

Back home on the farm

IHDD began assisting Georgia agricultural workers in 2005 through a project called FarmAgain.

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A community where everyone belongs

UGA Institute on Human Development and Disability celebrates 50 years.

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One Family, Four Generations of Bulldogs

Edna “Louise” Lavender Maxwell sparked a proud family tradition when she graduated from the School of Home Economics in 1945.

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She led by example

Honor Hall of Recognition inductee Carolyn Berdanier blazed a trail from rural New Jersey to the heights of scientific discovery.

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A conversation with Georgia’s First Lady

For Marty Kemp, a 1990 FACS grad, family is everything

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Home management memories

Residents of the home management houses share unforgettable experiences.

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Therapeutic Measures

FACS financial planning students enjoying firsthand experience in growing discipline of financial therapy.

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Iron Man

Grider, who teaches courses in micronutrient nutrition, said the videos will help students’ understanding of cellular processes

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Scales can be your friend during holidays

If gaining weight around the holidays is an issue for you, FACS researchers may have a helpful solution.

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Better Textiles Through Science

Anuradhi Liyanapathiranage is passionate about sustainability and protecting the environment through science.

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College hosts dedication ceremony for Schwab Financial Planning Center

College hosts dedication ceremony for Schwab Financial Planning Center

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Enhancing Coastal Communities

Faculty member Denise Lewis is committed to improving lives of the people of Cambodia

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Investing in Entrepreneurship

Students run all aspects of the business, from sourcing inventory to managing publicity and handling all sales.

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Kenneth J. White

Childhood lessons stressed the value of education – and a dollar.

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It’s a match!

Dietetics students who graduated in 2017-18 set a record high with a match rate of 97 percent

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