Research at the University of Georgia crosses national boundaries. UGA faculty, students, and staff work with their counterparts to investigate critical issues of global significance. Research partnerships may be as simple as a UGA graduate student working in the laboratory at a foreign partner institution, or may involve a funded center using multi-disciplinary faculty from both institution to explore numerous issues in a broad field.
As research and innovation in the contemporary environment becomes increasingly structured around large, interdisciplinary, and international clusters of scholars and institutions, a key to increasing UGA's research capacity is creating international networks through strategic research partnerships. Global academic and research partners can reinforce and complement UGA's strengths. If you would like to learn more about forming collaborative research partnerships, please see our Develop Partnerships section. Further information on both domestic and international research collaboration is available at the University of Georgia Office of the Vice President for Research.