100 Years Enriching Lives
Family and Consumer Sciences at UGA

Sharon Shannon-Paximadis
Foreword by UGA President Jere Morehead


Through black-and-white and color photographs, biographies, and timeline facts, 100 Years Enriching Lives: Family and Consumer Sciences at UGA celebrates a rich and unique history. This 140-page pictorial history chronicles an amazing journey from the founding of the Division of Home Economics in the aftermath of World War I through modern times and includes a glimpse at what the future holds.

Distributed for the University of Georgia's College of Family and Consumer Sciences

Page count: 140
70 color and 200 b&w images
Trim size: 8.5 x 11


List price: $34.95

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Sharon Shannon-Paximadis is a freelance writer based in Cumming, Georgia. Born and raised in Detroit, Michigan, she followed in the footsteps of both her parents by attending another land-grant college, Michigan State University, earning a Bachelor of Science Degree in Human Ecology/Telecommunications. Following a successful career as the owner of a corporate communications enterprise specializing in the design, production and implementation of communication strategies for a variety of clients representing manufacturing, health care, public utilities and retailing, she continues to pursue her love of writing and photography on a freelance basis, currently serving as the editor of the CRC Review, a monthly HOA magazine since 2011. Other works published include Georgia Under Cover: A Tribute to Georgia’s Remaining Historic Covered Bridges.