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Associate Dean for Research — Allen J. Moore has been named CAES associate dean for research. Dr. Moore currently serves as distinguished professor and department head in the University of Georgia Franklin College of Arts and Sciences' Department of Genetics.

He is an expert in evolutionary biology and behavior genetics, as well as molecular and quantitative genetic studies of complex traits, especially social, and development of behavior, held various research and administrative positions in biological sciences at the University of Manchester in the United Kingdom and in entomology and evolutionary ecology at the University of Kentucky. He will join us beginning July 1st. Read the news release.

Updated CAES website — The rebranded and redesigned CAES website has been launched. Get details about new website features.

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Upcoming CAES events are listed on the public CAES master calendar.

CAES general logos are now available on the OCCS resource site. This web page also provides instructions and information for best practices when utilizing the college logos. Department and unit logos will not be available through the website. Those have been provided directly to appropriate personnel.

If you have any questions regarding the new logo system or would like to request any updated materials for your department, please contact us at

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UGA Holiday Schedule

May 29, 2017 Memorial Day
July 4, 2017 Independence Day
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