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Hole left in Georgia

...more than $90 million. A few weeks ago, on April 16, Dr. Davison was present on the Athens campus when the Life Science Building, which he raised money for and helped design, was named in his honor. UGA President Michael Adams notes Dr...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/30/edi_413924.shtml
Editorials
Ex-UGA leader dies of cancer

...Students and scholars who never knew him will benefit from his foresight." On April 16, the University of Georgia Life Sciences Building was dedicated to Dr. Davison during a ceremony at the school. Dr. Davison had begun working on its plans in...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/29/met_413839.shtml
Metro
Complex named for 17th UGA president

The Life Sciences Building at the University of Georgia will be named for Fred C. Davison, the university's 17th president and the man widely credited...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/02/05/met_403480.shtml
Metro
Davison honored at funeral

...touch via telephone, even after he had left Athens. He also recalled another memory - one more recent, as the Life Sciences Building at UGA was renamed in Dr. Davison's honor April 16. As his wife, children and grandchildren were gathered...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/05/02/met_414252.shtml
Metro
UGA complex gets leader's name

More than 100 people turned out Friday as the University of Georgia's Life Sciences Building was named for former UGA President Fred C. Davison. Speaking to the dozens of faculty and staff members, students, alumni...

http://chronicle.augusta.com/stories/2004/04/17/met_412474.shtml
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