Drawing an onion might seem easy, but when you're talking about a Vidalia onion, that's another story.
Just ask Kaitlin Messich, who led the Georgia city through a yearlong branding process. A faculty member at the UGA Carl Vinson Institute of Government, Messich leads the community branding program.
Nine undergraduate UGA students committed to boosting Georgia's rural communities were named as inaugural PROPEL Rural Scholars at the Carl Vinson Institute of Government.
The Carl Vinson Institute of Government recently welcomed five new undergraduate students as Vinson Fellows, an educational opportunity for UGA undergraduates interested in state and local government. The program allows students to become involved in training, applied research and technical assistance programs, and other initiatives for local and state government in Georgia.