USG e-clips for June 9, 2021

University System News: GrowingGeorgia ABAC Tops Southeast in Ag Ed Graduates for Third Straight Year For the third consecutive year, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College produced more graduates with a bachelor’s degree in agricultural education than any other college or university east of the Mississippi River. Forty agricultural education students graduated from ABAC at the recent […]

USG e-clips for June 10, 2021

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Regents picks finalist for Georgia State’s next president By Eric Stirgus Candidate Brian Blake is in line to become its first Black president A higher education leader with administrative experience at several top universities is in line to become the president of the state’s largest public university and the […]

USG e-clips for June 11, 2021

University System News: AP News Regents tap new leaders for Georgia State, Clayton State By Jeff Amy Georgia’s largest public university is likely to be led by an academic from George Washington University, while a leader from a Georgia public university is being promoted to lead Clayton State University. Regents voted Tuesday to name M. […]

Faculty enhance the student experience with course redesigns at GHC

Concepts like the application and integration of different motivating and reflective learning strategies, the creation of asynchronous interactive modules for the library, and metacognition and advanced online engagement strategies for students may, at first, seem difficult to understand – but, at the end of the day, faculty examining courses at Georgia Highlands College (GHC) have […]

June is Pride Month

  The first Pride march in New York City was held on June 28, 1970 to commemorate a series of clashes between police and LGBTQ+ protestors. This six-day skirmish, known as the Stonewall Uprising of 1969, reshaped LGBTQ+ activism in the U.S.   Visit the Library of Congress website to learn more about the origins […]

Next Week In Wellness

Be sure to mark your calendars for next week’s exciting Wellness events: Date Time Sponsor Activity Monday, 6/14 11:30 am USG Well-being Monday Mindfulness Matters Tuesday, 6/15 10:00 am USG Well-being Office Stretch Break Tuesday, 6/15 12:00 pm KEPRO Tips for Smoking and Tobacco Cessation Wednesday, 6/16 11:30 am KEPRO Effective Stress Management  Wednesday, 6/16 […]

Ideas take flight in GHC logistics and supply chain project

Students in Georgia Highlands College’s Bachelor of Business Administration in Logistics and Supply Chain Management program recently participated in a real-world scenario: determining how to relocate a decommissioned Lockheed JetStar aircraft. The Cohort 4 Principles of Logistics class was given the project to apply logistical concepts and come up with a plan to move the […]

USG e-clips for June 8, 2021

University System News: Athens CEO UGA Plays Pivotal Role in Food Safety Jennifer Reynolds World Food Safety Day is celebrated annually on June 7. Established in 2018 through a U.N. General Assembly resolution, the day seeks to bring awareness to foodborne risks and “to celebrate the myriad benefits of safe food,” according to the U.N. […]

USG e-clips for June 7, 2021

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia chancellor search process slowed by confusion, split over Perdue By Eric Stirgus, Greg Bluestein Georgia officials this week began Act II of their quest to find the next leader of the state’s public university system when they hired their second firm to lead the search. Records show the […]