USG e-Clips from June 30, 2014

USG NEWS: Georgia Regents to vote on same-sex marriage retirement benefits By Janel Davis The Atlanta Journal-Constitution The state Board of Regents will consider Monday whether to recognize same-sex marriages for participants in a University System retirement plan. The vote, scheduled for a Monday meeting, would amend the Optional Retirement Plan to comply […]

USG e-Clips from June 26, 2014

USG NEWS: GGC President Preczewski outlines college’s goals to Chamber By Keith Farner DULUTH — While it aims to set itself apart in the higher education landscape across Georgia and the Southeast, Georgia Gwinnett College also aims to reflect the demographics of its community. Newly minted President Stas Preczewski outlined that message and […]

USG e-Clips from June 27, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: Middle Georgia State College might become a university Elise Brown, WMAZ A university could be coming to Central Georgia. Middle Georgia State College plans to become a university next fall. President Christopher Blake said becoming one allows for more educational opportunities. Although administrators are still working on details, […]

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USG e-Clips from June 25, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: GPC has accreditation reaffirmed Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Board of Trustees lifts GPC financial warning Georgia Perimiter College, which has a campus in Newton County, received good news recently. The Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Board of Trustees voted June 19 to reaffirm Georgia Perimeter […]

USG e-Clips from June 24, 2014

University System News USG NEWS: A push to remind Israelis that Georgia exists By Greg Bluestein The Atlanta Journal-Constitution CAESAREA, Israel — Countertop manufacturer Caesarstone decided its next manufacturing plant needed to be outside the woody hills of northern Israel and closer to overseas customers. It picked a far-flung site for its new […]