USG e-clips for March 30, 2021

University System News: WGAU Radio Morehead, UGA COVID committee to meet today University plans normal operations By Tim Bryant More than a year into the coronavirus pandemic, a meeting is on tap for today with University of Georgia president Jere Morehead and UGA’s COVID Response Committee. The University is making plans for what president Morehead […]

USG e-clips for March 31, 2021

University System News: Savannah Morning News Is there a doctor in the house? Physician shortage threatens future of rural Georgia Nine Georgia counties have no doctors while many others lack specialists and surgeons, prompting state and Medical College of Georgia officials to partner on program Dr. Brooks Keel This is an op-ed by Dr. Brooks […]

Biweekly Payroll Reminder

Good Morning, Timesheet Approval for All Biweekly Employees  Biweekly Employees: Please enter all time worked and all Absence Request for the March 21 – April 03, 2021 pay period by 4:00pm, Thursday, April 1st. Employees no longer need to approve their own timesheet, however, employees will not be paid for any time or absences that […]

Quarantine After International Travel

We know most of us will not be traveling but if you are planning a trip out of the country, or have traveled recently, it is safest to stay home when you return for 10 days after travel. If you have recently traveled internationally or are planning a trip, be sure to contact Read […]

USG e-clips for March 26, 2021

University System News: WALB VSU’s research team discovers effective treatment for COVID-19 By Jennifer Morejon While many felt like the world stopped last year, scientists began the race to find treatments and a cure for COVID-19. A Valdosta State University (VSU) team, initially working on a Tuberculosis treatment, switched gears when the pandemic hit. Long […]

USG e-clips for March 29, 2021

University System News: Atlanta Journal-Constitution AJC On Campus: Vaccines for students; more colleges make fall return plans By Eric Stirgus A few things happened recently that may benefit Georgia’s college students. State leaders lowered the age requirements for COVID-19 vaccine eligibility, making it easier for students to get vaccinated. The federal government approved some changes […]

Drawing Winners!

Thank you so much for completing the Diversity in the Workplace training! Congratulations to: Brittany Ozmore – GHC Bling Bag Shea Walker – GHC Bling Bag Janice Jackson – GHC Wellness Bag Julius Fleschner – GHC Wellness Bag Carmel Brunson – USG Drawstring Bag Michelle Pineda – Fleece Blanket   Thank you so much for […]

USG e-clips for March 24, 2021

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia colleges to increase access to vaccine for students By Eric Stirgus, Many of the state’s largest public universities said they’re planning to increase access to the COVID-19 vaccines after Gov. Brian Kemp announced he’s directing the state to expand vaccine eligibility to all adult Georgians as of Thursday. […]