The University of Georgia

The University of Georgia, founded in 1785, and commonly referred to as UGA or simply Georgia, is an American land-grant university and sea grant research university whose admissions criteria are considered more selective, and is classified as a 'Research University/Very High Activity', according to the Carnegie Foundation for the Advancement of Teaching. It's primary campus is located on a 759-acre (3.07 km2) campus in Athens, Georgia, USA. It is considered a flagship university. The university is ranked 20th overall among all public national universities in the current 2014 U.S. News & World Report rankings consistently ranks within the top 200 international universities worldwide across numerous publications. While having high marks, including top 10 evaluations in particular fields of various studies. The University of Georgia is a part of the University System of Georgia and is accredited by the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.

Founded in 1785 as the United States's first state-chartered university, it is the oldest and largest of Georgia's institutions of higher learning and along with the College of William and Mary and the University of North Carolina at Chapel Hill claims the title of the oldest public university in the United States. The university's historic North Campus is on the U.S. National Register of Historic Places as a designated historic district.

The university offers over 140 degree programs in a wide array of disciplines. Consisting of thirteen libraries spread across multiple campuses, UGA Libraries contains a total of 4.7 million volumes and one of nation’s largest map collections. The University of Georgia is one of 126 member institutions that comprise the Association of Research Libraries.

The University of Georgia is organized into eighteen schools and colleges. The university has three main campuses; the largest one is the main campus in Athens, Georgia and the two others are located in Tifton, Georgia and Griffin, Georgia. The University of Georgia also has two satellite campuses located in Atlanta and Lawrenceville. The University operates several service and outreach stations spread across the state. The primary campus occupies 389 buildings on 759 acres. Total acreage utilized by the university, located in 30 Georgia counties, amounts to 39,950-acre (161.7 km2).

Editors [1]

The following is the list of scholars from The University of Georgia who currently serve as editors for one or more SciTechnol journals.

Publications [7]

The following is the list of articles by scholars from The University of Georgia that are published in SciTechnol journals.

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