Organized by the Association of Graduate Art Students in conjunction with the Georgia Museum of Art, the biennial Emerging Scholars Symposium invites art historians who are engaged in, or have recently concluded, graduate studies to share their research with their peers and the UGA community.
Ideas for Creative Exploration (ICE) is a catalyst for innovative, interdisciplinary creative projects, advanced research and critical discourse in the arts, and for creative applications of technologies, concepts, and practices found across disciplines.
The a2ru Faculty Research Cluster is accepting proposals from full-time, research-budgeted faculty whose projects have the potential to further UGA’s reputation as a leader in arts-based research. Projects may be creative or scholarly in form, and they may be disciplinary or interdisciplinary in scope. Grants will range from $1,000 to $3,000 and are intended to advance research projects with an eye toward external funding.
As part of the Dodd's commitment to arts-oriented research, three days in the each semester are designated "research days." On these days, no classes are held and no meetings are scheduled, leaving faculty and students free to pursue their research agendas.
Faculty and graduate students with teaching assignments are encouraged to incorporate these days into their syllabi and make use of them in conjunction with assignments involving the library or museum.