In a year that stretched and challenged us all in unexpected ways, Student Affairs rose to meet the moment again and again. While I am never surprised at the resiliency and creativity of our team, this year’s accomplishments clearly highlight all the ways that Student Affairs lived our mission #forthestudents.
The University of Georgia Foundation Board of Trustees named Victor K. Wilson, UGA’s vice president for student affairs, as the latest recipient of its Distinguished Service Award during the board’s fall meeting on Oct. 6.
I am emboldened today to envision an even brighter future for students at UGA – a future of increased student engagement, of improved student health and well-being – a future where we anticipate student needs even more fully, target resources and services even more closely, utilize our amazing people and resources even more effectively – a future where students will have the skills, mindsets, resources and support to be well and flourish across their time at UGA and far beyond, so they can reach their fullest potential.
For this year’s NFL Flag Bowl championship game, four officials were selected from the best of the best across the country, and one of those four was University of Georgia student Nuri Troy.
Learn about UGA’s well-being programs and services, connect with student groups, participate in free RecSports workshops and classes, play some games, grab some food, and more!
The building was modernized for student comfort and energy efficiency while respecting its mid-century design.
Wanda Johnson, who was previously assistant director for programming for Multicultural Services and Programs, has been named director of Multicultural Services and Programs at the University of Georgia. Johnson will provide vision, strategic leadership, and overall supervision for Multicultural Services and Programs, supporting UGA staff’s and students’ efforts to foster a more inclusive, welcoming and…