Organized in 1922 and incorporated as a nonprofit organization in 1953, the Georgia Academy of Science continues to grow in size and academic strength. The interests of Academy members encompass all aspects of science and that interest is expressed through participation in one or more of eight sections:
The Academy is dedicated to the promotion of science education and the fostering of scientific research in the state of Georgia. To that end we hold scientific meetings that emphasize the presentation of undergraduate and graduate research.
The primary activities of the Academy are centered on the Georgia Journal of Science and the Annual Meeting. The Academy publishes the Journal four times each year (the April issue is devoted to abstracts of papers presented at the Annual Meeting). The Journal is published online by ProQuest Information and Learning Company and Gale Publications. GALILEO, the online library network for the State of Georgia, subscribes to ProQuest.
Updated 2 Oct 2015