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New flood maps clarify the risk homeowners face

Maps more realistically depict flood zones with less effort, lower costsFlooding in urban areas cost Americans more than $106 billion between 1960 and 2016, damaging property, disrupting businesses and claiming lives in the process. Determining which areas are most likely to flood…

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UGA establishes School of Computing

Academic unit will be jointly administered by the Franklin College and College of EngineeringIn response to rising student enrollment and the growing role of computing in a range of fields, the University of Georgia has elevated its longstanding department…

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UGA’s Marshall Shepherd named SEC Professor of the Year

His record of teaching and research places him among the elite in higher educationMarshall Shepherd, the Georgia Athletic Association Distinguished Professor of Geography and Atmospheric Sciences at the University of Georgia, has been named the 2022 SEC Professor…

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