The mission of the Center for the Ecology of Infectious Diseases is to lead the University of Georgia to become a worldwide center of excellence in the study of the ecology of infectious diseases.
The Georgia Museum of Natural History is the repository for the preservation and study of the tangible evidence of history, culture and natural heritage of the state of Georgia and its people.
Eugene P. Odum willed to the Odum School of Ecology a 111-acre (45-ha) parcel of land dominated by mature hardwood forest within the Broad River Watershed located in Madison County, Georgia. Dr. Odum placed a perpetual conservation easement on eighty-six acres (33 ha) of this property.
The purpose of the Ecology Library is to support the instruction, research and service missions of the Odum School of Ecology.