USG eclips for August 30, 2018

University System News: Search for next GS president launched Committee encouraged to abandon open-forum approach By Al Hackle The campus committee received its charge Wednesday to begin the search for Georgia Southern University’s next president. University System of Georgia Chancellor Steve Wrigley encouraged the committee to deliver a list of three to five […]

USG eclips for August 29, 2018

University System News: Search underway for new UGA provost and Academic Affairs VP By Morgan Hydrick / WUGA The search is officially underway for the University of Georgia’s new vice president for Academic Affairs and provost. Pamela Whitten had held this position since 2014 before leaving last month to become president of Kennesaw […]

LiveHealth Online Kiosk – see a doctor now

The LiveHealth Online Kiosk is available to Georgia Highlands employees and students. You can use LiveHealth Online for: *Allergies *Infections *Cold and flu-like symptoms such as a cough, sore throat, fever and headaches *Rashes and skin care The cost of the online visit is $49 or less if you have BCBSGA health benefits. The Kiosk […]

New Instructor of Nursing

Please join us in welcoming Lisbeth Hyde, Instructor of Nursing, to our Georgia Highlands College community. Lisbeth’s primary location will be Heritage Hall. Lisbeth’s hometown is Cartersville, Georgia. She is very happy to begin her college teaching career at GHC, her Alma-mater! She was an elementary school English teacher after graduating from UCLA. After her […]

New Dental Hygiene Administrative Assistant

Please join us in welcoming Kelly Rice, Dental Hygiene Administrative Assistant, to our Georgia Highlands College community. Kelly’s primary location will be Heritage Hall. Kelly currently resides in Cedartown, Georgia with her husband Joey. They have two sons, Logan a senior at Auburn University and Landon a sophomore at Jacksonville State University. Kelly has previously […]

Hard-Charging Faculty Awards

At the Fall Faculty Meeting, several faculty members were recognized with “Hard-Charging Faculty” Awards. These awards were given to the dedicated faculty who developed and delivered sessions in the New Faculty Boot Camp & Part-Time Faculty In-Service this summer. In conjunction with the CETL and other staff members across the College, these faculty helped onboard […]



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