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New provost named at Georgia College


Dr. Kelli Brown has been named provost and vice president for academic affairs.
Source: Milledgeville Union-Recorder

 Atlanta Public Schools cheating case to proceed
The ruling dismisses defense efforts to get charges against 35 former educators thrown out or reduced.
Source: Wall Street Journal

Lawsuit over GRU name settled
The Georgia Board of Regents reached a settlement in the trademark infringement lawsuit brought by Regent University that allows the board to use the name, Georgia Regents University, Georgia university system spokesman John Millsaps said in a statement.
Source: Augusta Chronicle/Saturday

Fulton County judge won’t dismiss APS case
Judge Jerry Baxter refused to dismiss the Atlanta Public Schools racketeering indictment based on claims the prosecution’s case was infected with coerced statements given by the 35 defendants to special investigators and GBI agents.
Source: Atlanta Journal-Constitution

Darton State College: SACS report unflattering
The report, however, is not overly alarming in that the college will have time to furnish more information and address specific concerns before a SACS team on-site visit in November.
Source: Albany Herald/Sunday

UGA’s Adams leaves lasting academic legacy
New UGA President Jere Morehead takes office on Monday.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

• UGA President Michael Adams leaves on his own terms
Source: Columbus Ledger-Enquirer/Saturday

Clarke Central High graduate to be U.S. Supreme Court law clerk
Fred Smith Jr. will spend the next year working for Associate Justice Sonia Sotomayor.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

Athens Academy Academic Team places eighth in national quiz tournament
Source: Athens Banner-Herald/Sunday

Fort Valley State: Larry Rivers steps down
Under Rivers, over seven years and about $185 million was pumped into new academic and activity buildings, new residence halls, a new stadium and a slew of refurbished buildings — some of which were boarded-up eyesores when Rivers arrived as president.
Source: Macon Telegraph/Sunday

Bainbridge State College and UGA sign partnership on agriculture program
The partnership will allow Bainbridge State students, who fulfill a prescribed curriculum and who graduate with an associate degree from Bainbridge State, to gain automatic acceptance into the UGA-Tifton campus, where they can then seamlessly pursue a bachelor’s degree in agribusiness.
Source: Bainbridge Post-Searchlight

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