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UGA’s online offerings reflect the same quality UGA’s residential offerings are known for. The online offerings maintain comparable standards for excellence as their traditional high quality face-to-face classes.

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UGA included in Military Advanced Education’s Top Colleges and Universities for 2015

The University of Georgia has included in Military Advanced Education’s Top Colleges and Universities for 2015. Military Advanced Education is a publication for military personnel who are pursuing a higher education. The staff at MAE evaluates colleges and universities based on their military personnel accommodations, including financial aid and online presence. UGA Online provides an online presence that is accommodating for military personnel.  The full guide will be published in 2015 and will feature UGA on their online and print guide. 

For more information on Military Advanced Education, visit their website. 

UGA BioPharma Department Co-Sponsoring Medical Device Regulations Conference.

On November 4th and 5th, the University of Georgia BioPharma Regulatory Affairs Department will co- sponsor the UGA Medical Device Regulations Conference. This is a great opportunity for UGA Online BioPharma students and alumni to network with industry professionals and learn more about recent developments in the field. This will be the second annual conference and it will take place at the UGA Hotel and Conference Center. The Conference will also be co-sponsored by the US FDA and leaders from the department will be in attendance. The last day for early registration is October 17th, so sign up soon!

For more information, visit the UGA Medical Device Regulations Conference website.

UGA Griffin to Host Governor Deal for Food Technology Center Groundbreaking Ceremony

There will be a groundbreaking ceremony at the UGA Griffin campus for the UGA Griffin Food Technology center on October 17. The ceremony is open to the public and students and alumni of the Online Master of Food Technology program are encouraged to attend. Georgia Governor Nathan Deal, University System of Georgia Regent Tommy Hopkins, and UGA President Morehead will all be in attendance. The building will be home to many food technology labs that allow for quality control, hot and cold temperature work, refrigeration, frozen and dry storage, and a demonstration kitchen.

Career Center Resources for Online Students

There are many resources available to online students from the Career Center, even if you do not have the chance to visit campus. The entire website is worth exploring, but here are the best resources to use from a distance.

1. Online Resume Creator: This online resume creator is very user friendly. All you have to do is enter your information, and it formats it for you. It has several different templates to use, so you can find the best fit to present your skills. You just need to sign in with your UGA Id to use it.

Common Tech Mistakes Online Students Make

US News report Compiled a list of common tech mistakes online students make. The list also tells how to avoid them.

Not backing up your data: Reneau, St Xavier University online instructor,  recommends using the online file storage service Dropbox, which offers free accounts of at least two gigabytes. "Use it to back-up information and then your homework is accessible at work, at home or your mother-in-law's," she said. Other options include regular back-ups to an external hard drive or uploading homework to cloud-based Google Docs.

Not checking your email: Check your school email regularly for important announcements or forward your school emails to your personal account if that's the account you rely on.