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Studying Abroad Makes You a Better Student

The GLOSSARI project, a study of nearly 20,000 students in the The University of Georgia system over the last decade, found that students who participated in study abroad programs did better in school after they returned to their home campuses.

The GLOSSARI project, a study of nearly 20,000 students in the The University of Georgia system over the last decade, found that students who participated in study abroad programs did better in school after they returned to their home campuses.

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UGA Students Impose Fee on Themselves to Go Green

Usually higher fees imposed by universities are protested by students, but at the University of Georgia students are imposing fees on themselves....

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