Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication

Established in 1915, the UGA Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication offers undergraduate majors in advertising, digital and broadcast journalism, magazines, newspapers, public relations, publication management and mass media arts. The college offers two graduate degrees, and is home to the Knight Chair in Health and Medical Journalism and the Peabody Awards, internationally recognized as one of the most prestigious prizes for excellence in electronic media.

UGA Library

UGA’s Main Library houses art, humanities, social sciences, business, government documents, media, music (books, scores, and periodicals) and newspaper collections. The Media Department in the main library houses audiovisual media including educational documentaries, classic cinema, popular movies and TV, and international titles. The archives of the world-renown Peabody Awards are also housed in a special collections section of the library.

Ramsey Center

Sports activities and classes are available at the Ramsey Center. One of the best-ranked student athletic facilities in the U.S., the Ramsey Center includes strength and conditioning rooms, eight basketball courts, 1/8 mile indoor track, nine racquetball courts, two squash courts, volleyball arena, aerobics studios, spinning and boxing classes, natatorium with three pools, and a 45-foot fiberglass climbing wall.

College Football

Watching a nationally ranked Georgia Bulldogs football game at UGA’s Sanford Stadium can be a memorable experience. With its 92,746-person capacity, the stadium is one of the country’s most beautiful and electrifying college football arenas. Stanford Stadium hosted the 1996 Summer Olympics soccer competition.

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Activities

Athens and its surround communities offers a wide variety of activities for a wide variety of interests including:

Apply to the Cox Center CAM Fellows Program

To apply, send the following to the director of the program, Dr. Jooyoung Kim, at jykim@uga.edu:

  1. Cover letter stating your purpose of joining the program and research plan.
  2. Resume (include your current affiliation information, job experiences, education, and any notable awards or publications.)

There is no deadline for application. Applications can be accepted throughout the year, but it is strongly recommended that the prospective fellow apply at least three months before his or her planned start date. Invitation decision is normally made in two weeks after receiving a complete application.

For more information regarding application and program fee, contact us at jykim@uga.edu.

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