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Classic City Science
Classic City Science is currently not on WUGA's broadcast schedule. Archived programs are available on this page.

Hosts April Sorrow and Chris Shupe interview some of UGA's most prolific researchers to discuss not only the latest findings but how research initiatives here at The University of Georgia are directly impacting the state, the nation and even the world. Special thanks to Asst. Producer Kodiak Sauer, and to the staff  at Athens Science Observer for their assistance with online content.

  • We should all be better friends, but what does that really mean? For Dr. Michelle vanDellen, Associate Professor in UGA's Department of Psychology, that…
  • Every hurricane season it seams like in the Southeast we're experiencing stronger, more rapidly intensifying hurricanes. Here at UGA we're lucky to have…
  • Fresh after being awarded the American Geophysical Union 2019 Climate Communications Prize, Dr. J. Marshall Shepherd joins Producer Kodiak Sauer on…
  • Vaccination: public health miracle, or toxic risk? Health officials list vaccination among the most important public health developments, but pockets of…
  • Sometimes it feels like here in the Southeast we are constantly overun by insects. In this segment, WUGA Program Director Chris Shupe and Classic City…
  • If you think exercising frequently makes you relaxed, you might be on to something! Neuroscientist Philip V. Holmes studies the incredible effects of…
  • What makes a great leader? Social confidence? Drive? Ambition? What about manipulation, exploitation, or entitlement? In this segment Dr. Keith Campbell,…
  • With its 4.5 billion year head start on mankind, nature has developed some clever mechanisms for solving big problems. In this segment, host April Sorrow…
  • When will epidemics begin and end, speed up or slow down? Figuring that out is the job of researchers like Dr. John Drake, Distinguished Research…
  • The beginning of an epidemic tends to be a jump from animals to humans. Dr. John Drake, Distinguished Research Professor in the Odum School of Ecology at…