Julie Luft in Scale-up Classroom With Graduate StudentsAbout the Vertically Integrated Projects (VIPR) program

The Vertically Integrated Projects (VIPR) program follows a national model and aims to offer a research structure that supports collaborative, interdisciplinary research teams that include undergraduate researchers, their faculty mentors, and other scientists such as graduate students, postdoctoral associates, and faculty collaborators.


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UGA holds second Active Learning Summit

The University of Georgia’s Office of Active Learning hosted the second annual Active Learning Summit this month, showcasing the growth […]

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Thank-a-Teacher notes highlight UGA’s caring and welcoming educators

For the last 15 years, UGA’s Center for Teaching and Learning has organized the Thank-a-Teacher program, which allows students to […]

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UGA online degree programs ranked among nation’s best

The University of Georgia placed several programs in the top 10 in U.S. News & World Report’s 2024 Best Online Programs […]

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From providing student academic services to empowering teachers, the Office of Instruction is responsible for a wide range of initiatives that further advance the University of Georgia into the national spotlight as one of the top performing universities in the nation.

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