Spring 2013 Events

We have a large number of events going on this semester here at CED. Click the “for more information” button for a listing of events for the spring semester, including the dates for the CEDAA Alumni Weekend & Reunion in the April. Please continue to check the CED Calendar as events will pop up throughout the semester. We have a large number […]

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Terri Bradberry, CED Accountant

Hometown: Athens, Georgia A hometown native, Terri Bradberry has been working at UGA since 2000. As CED’s accountant, she provides vital assistance, friendliness, and service to all CED students, faculty, and staff. She is always willing to help and her Bulldog pride is evident from the moment you step into her office! Where did you earn degrees (high school or […]

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CED Building Dedication Events

On Sept. 21 at 10 a.m., a public building dedication ceremony will be held in the main critique space of the building. UGA President Michael F. Adams, CED Dean Dan Nadenicek, and fifth-year BLA Sydney Thompson, will speak about what this newly rehabilitated building means for the University and the College. For further details, click the “for more information” button […]

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Fall 2012 Events

We have a large number of events going on this semester here at CED. Click the “for more information” button for a listing of events for the fall semester and the dates for the CEDAA Alumni Weekend & Reunion in the spring. Please continue to check the CED Calendar as events will pop up throughout the semester. We have a […]

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CED Has Moved to Jackson Street!

As of Wednesday, August 1, 2012, some CED academics and services are now located in the new Environment & Design Building (EDB) and Bishop House, both located on Jackson Street. Click the “for more information” button below for details. What’s New? As of August 1, 2012, some of the programs and services of the College of Environment and Design (CED) […]

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Alumnus Georgia Author of the Year

CED Alumnus Philip Juras is Georgia Author of the Year 2011, in the specialty books category for his publicaton, The Southern Frontier: Landscapes Inspired by Bartram’s Travels. Read more about Philip and his work by clicking the “for more informaton” button below. WINNER: Philip Juras Georgia Author of the Year Award, 2011 Specialty Books Category The Southern Frontier: Landscapes Inspired […]

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Altamaha: A River and Its Keeper

CED faculty, and director of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program (EECP), Dorinda Dallmeyer will be participating in two book-signings for her most recent publication. Click the “for more information” button below for more details. CED faculty, and director of the Environmental Ethics Certificate Program (EECP), Dorinda Dallmeyer will be participating in two book-signings for her most recent publication, Altamaha: A […]

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Panel: The importance of social science, design, and planning when hard science is under attack

On Monday, March 19th, 2012, Dean Dan Nadenicek of the UGA College of Environment and Design will host a panel of scholars to discuss the challenges of addressing issues of environmental science in higher education. The panel is comprised of academics who have both a scholarly understanding of environmental issues and first-hand experience in “real world” applications. The discussion will […]

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Andrés Duany Lecture

Andrés Duany, world-renown architect and urban designer, will give a public lecture. When: Thursday, March 8 at 5:30 p.m. Where: 171 Miller Learning Center Topic: Urban planning and design in the 21st century Title: The Surprising 21st Century Reception to follow: Founders Memorial Garden, 7 p.m. Click the “for more information” button below to read more about Mr. Duany. Andrés […]

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