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Northeast High School faculty presented at the second annual Georgia Scholarship of STEM Teaching and Learning Conference on Friday, March 8. The Northeast STEM faculty's proposal, "Thinking Like Mathematicians and Political Scientists: A Two-Year High School Lesson Study in Citizen STEM Integrating Mathematics, Government, Technology, and ... (more) Comment?
The College of Business at the University of Southern Mississippi is getting a new dean, and the one chosen is a first in the college's history. Comment?
A new dean has been selected to head the Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication at the University of Georgia. Comment?
On Saturday, March 23, Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville-- 45 minutes northeast of Macon-- will host the 4th Annual Job and Career Forum at GCSU's Arts and Sciences Building. Comment?
East Coweta High School's Marine Corps JROTC Drill Team took first place overall recently at the North Georgia College & State University Southeastern Invitational Drill Meet recently. Comment?
As of Friday, March 15, House Bill 512 sits in the Senate Judiciary Non-Civil committee awaiting action from the conservative majority in the Georgia State Senate. Comment?
With the preliminaries now out of the way, the Winder-Barrow High School baseball team will begin the task of vying for the Region 8-AAAAA title. Comment?
Lassiter wanted to win for former pitcher Chris Heitzman, who is still recovering from injuries sustained in a car accident last summer. Comment?
Lassiter High School graduate Christopher Heitzman, a former Trojan pitcher who was critically injured in a car accident in July, threw out the first pitch before the start of Tuesday's game against Collins Hill. Comment?
Brittany Joiner-Lucas has recently been selected to serve as the director for Middle Georgia Technical College's operations at the Sam A. Way, Sr. Comment?
University of Southern Mississippi alumna and Ocean Springs native Dr. Faye Gilbert has been selected as the first woman to head the university's College of Business. Comment?
House members amended an unrelated Senate bill Thursday to allow the state Transportation Commission to raise the speed limit on some highways to 75 mph. Comment?
In an African village, a small community center is named for Cynthia Dillard, a University of Georgia professor, who has volunteered so tirelessly that the community has dubbed her Queen Mother. Dillard shared the lessons she learned while working in Ghana -- and throughout her career in education -- with future teachers Thursday during ... (more) Comment?
Faye Gilbert is returning to the University of Southern Mississippi in July to become dean of the College of Business. Comment?
Faye Gilbert doesn't dismiss her milestone achievement in being named the University of Southern Mississippi's sixth permanent dean of the College of Business. Comment?
Faye Gilbert, who earned her undergraduate and master's degrees in business administration at The University of Southern Mississippi, will return to her alma mater as the next dean of the University's College of Business. Comment?
Outskirts Press, Inc. has published Facing Challenges, Committing to Change: Unwavering Commitment to God, Faith and Forgiveness by Bernard Warrington, Jr. Comment?
Tommy Bagwell, Jan Cooley and Bob Swoszowski will be inducted into the Northeast Georgia Business Hall of Fame at a ceremony in Gainesville. Comment?
POOLER, Ga. The Lander women's golf team is in fourth place of 13 teams Monday after the first round of the two-round, two-day Armstrong Pirate Women's Invitational held at the par-72, 5,914-yard Savannah Quarters Country Club. Comment?
Age: 45 Hometown : Gainesville Length of time in Gainesville: All my life Education: CPA; bachelor of business administration in accounting, North Georgia College & State University ; graduate of North Hall High School Occupation: Hall County tax commissioner. Comment?