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Troy University’s Brunswick site to add management degree programs

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Troy University’s Brunswick site to add management degree programs
Beginning this fall, students will be able to obtain a bachelor of science degree in the three areas of concentration – hospitality, sports or tourism management.
Source: Brunswick News

 Longtime Carrollton BOE member won’t seek re-election
Joe McGinnis has served on the Board of Education for 28 years.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

 Koinonia Homeschool Cooperative moves to downtown Americus
Source: Americus Times-Recorder

 Students in Chatsworth break record for elementary school archery
The 2013 National Archery in the Schools Program World Championship was held recently and students at Woodlawn Elementary did well.
Source: Dalton Daily Citizen

 New Georgia Southern golf facility nearly complete
Source: Statesboro Herald

 Elbert County School Superintendent resigns
Elbert County School Superintendent Rick Higginbotham announced his intention to resign his position Thursday night at a special called school board meeting.
Source: Elberton Star

Victor Wilson returns to UGA as vice president for student affairs
Wilson, who has been executive vice president for student affairs at the College of Charleston, will take office August 1.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

ATEEG program achieves national accreditation with UGA’s help
The Advanced Training for Environmental Education in Georgia Certification Program achieved national accreditation status, making ATEEG the first to attain this standing from the North American Association for Environmental Education.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

UGA gets $3.4 million grant from Gates Foundation to fight infectious diseases
The University of Georgia Research Foundation received a $3.4 million grant from the Bill and Melinda Gates Foundation to expand its operational research on how best to eliminate schistosomiasis, a debilitating and neglected tropical disease affecting millions of people in countries throughout much of Africa, Asia, the Middle East and the Americas.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

University of North Georgia launches economic development effort
The idea is to get people thinking about regional approaches to making sure the part of the state the University of North Georgia serves has a workforce with the skills needed for future jobs and economic development.
Source: Athens Banner-Herald

Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia teams with Staples on school supply drive
From June 30 to Sept. 28, Staples customers can donate $1 or more at their local Staples store with 100 percent of the proceeds benefiting Boys & Girls Clubs of Central Georgia.
Source: Macon Telegraph

Construction to begin soon on third phase of Mercer lofts
Source: Macon Telegraph

Subsidized Federal Stafford Loan interest rates double
The loans doubled from 3.4% to 6.8%, higher than most loans available from private lenders.
Source: Albany Herald

Troy University’s Brunswick site to add management degree programs
Beginning this fall, students will be able to obtain a bachelor of science degree in the three areas of concentration – hospitality, sports or tourism management.
Source: Brunswick News

 

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