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THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF GENETICS BYLAWS I. Statement of Purpose
 

Summary: THE UNIVERSITY OF GEORGIA DEPARTMENT OF GENETICS BYLAWS
I. Statement of Purpose
As the only teaching/research department of Genetics in the State of Georgia, its mission
shall be:
To disseminate knowledge about the science of genetics through classroom instruction,
specialized programs, and other opportunities for the intellectual, professional, and
personal development of undergraduate students, graduate students, and postdoctoral
fellows.
To generate and publish new knowledge about genetics and to seek solutions to societal
problems related to the impact of genetics on the environment, human health, and
biodiversity.
To provide service to the scientific community and the general public through meetings,
consultation, technical information and assistance, as well as short-term training on issues
pertaining to genetics.
To fulfill these purposes, the Department of Genetics defines its instructional, research,
and public service missions as broadly as possible, and recognizes the need to solve
geneticsrelated problems as an overriding consideration in defining the overall mission of the
Department.
II. Faculty
The Faculty shall consist of the teaching and/or research Instructors, Lecturers, Assistant

  

Source: Arnold, Jonathan - Nanoscale Science and Engineering Center & Department of Genetics, University of Georgia

 

Collections: Biotechnology