Photo advisory: UGA President Michael F. Adams honored by Georgia General Assembly
February 15, 2013Print
- Stephanie Schupska
Atlanta, Ga. - The Georgia General Assembly honored University of Georgia President Michael F. Adams with a resolution for his service to the state of Georgia on Feb. 14 in both the House and Senate chambers of the Capitol Building. Adams will step down June 30 after 16 years at UGA.
Links to photos, with their cutlines, are below.
Cutline: UGA President Michael F. Adams, left, is presented a resolution by District 119 Rep. Chuck Williams (R-Watkinsville) in honor of his service as the president of the University of Georgia inside the House Chambers of the Capitol Building in Atlanta. Speaker of the House David Ralston (R-Blue Ridge), right, looks on. (Credit: Andy Tucker/UGA)
Cutline: Lt. Governor Casey Cagle, left, poses for photos with UGA President Michael F. Adams, Sen. Buddy Carter (R-Pooler) and Hairy Dawg after Adams was recognized with a resolution in honor of his service as the president of the University of Georgia inside the Senate Chambers of the Capitol Building in Atlanta. (Credit: Andy Tucker/UGA)
Cutline: UGA President Michael F. Adams receives applause from the Georgia House of Representatives as he is recognized inside the Senate Chambers at the Capitol Building in Atlanta. (Credit: Peter Frey/UGA)