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Media Information

Members of the broadcast and print media who are interested in doing a story on some aspect of our department's research or other activities should contact:

Evette Dunbar
Department of Computer Science
415 Graduate Studies Research Center
University of Georgia
Athens, GA 30602-7404
Phone: 542-2911
FAX (706) 542-2966
E-mail: evette.dunbar@uga.edu

Mrs. Dunbar will work with you and coordinate with the appropriate researchers or other department personnel to help you obtain the information you need.  If you wish to visit the department, she will also work with you to set up the schedule and details of your visit.

 

Photographs

Contact Mrs.Dunbar to obtain permission to use department photographs. The department has a selection of photographs depicting current and past research projects, as well as other department activities. Many of these are owned by the department. Other photographs are the property of professional photographers and cannot be reprinted in non-departmental publications without first obtaining permission from the photographer that holds copyright. Mrs. Dunbar will help you follow correct procedure.

 

Reprint/Rebroadcast Permissions

Requests to reprint photographs and rebroadcast video footage should be made to Mrs. Dunbar.

 

Research Information on the Web

Most of the department's research projects include information about their work on the project's website. Researchers often find they are too busy to update their pages frequently with their most recent developments. Before using information from project websites for a story, check with the project contact to determine that the information is the most current.

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