USG e-clips for May 31, 2022

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Senior earns MBA through free USG program By H.M. Cauley Bill Lorey, 70, first heard about the University System of Georgia’s 62+ program when he read a story about it seven years ago. “That article came out at the right time when I’d been thinking about going back to […]

USG e-clips for May 27, 2022

University System News: WTOC Groundbreaking held for the Jack and Ruth Ann Hill Convocation Center By Dal Cannady Georgia Southern University broke ground on a new $50 million multi-purpose arena on the Statesboro campus today. This building will replace a gymnasium and classroom building opened in the 1960′s. But it also remembers two alumni who […]

USG e-clips for May 26, 2022

University System News: WFXL VSU partners with UGA College of Pharmacy to meet growing demand for pharmacists by FOX 31 STAFF Valdosta State University is partnering with University of Georgia College of Pharmacy’s Doctor of Pharmacy (PharmD) program to meet the growing demand for pharmacists VSU students interested in a career in pharmacy now have […]

USG e-clips for May 25, 2022

University System News: Atlanta Business Chronicle How the University of West Georgia’s new Stone Center will help students participate in today’s entrepreneurial ecosystem By Laura Newpoff – Contributor When Bob Stone was pursuing an industrial management degree at Georgia Tech in the early 1960s, he took a course that taught him about the computer programming […]

USG e-clips for May 24, 2022

University System News: The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Kennesaw State president uses own money to start $100,000 scholarship By Eric Stirgus Kennesaw State University’s new president is digging into her own pockets to help students with financial challenges. Kathy Schwaig recently announced that she’s created a $100,000 need-based scholarship in her parents’ names, Ed and Nola Stewart. […]

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Get a head start on developing or enhancing your online course by participating in Quality Matters Designing Your Online Course (DYOC). CETL will facilitate this online asynchronous workshop, free for GHC employees, from June 2-16. All are welcome! Register for the DYOC

‘Water bears,’ educational board games, and live music kick off the first Academic Showcase at GHC

From ‘water bears’ to educational board games to live music, the first Academic Symposium at Georgia Highlands College saw more than 100 students, faculty and staff converge at the Cartersville site for a display of academic research, presentations and projects. Through research presentations, posters and exhibits, members of the GHC community were able to share […]

GHC Academic Showcase Feature: GHC students discover ‘water bears’ during academic research

Under the guidance of their instructor and Interim STEM Division Chair Brandy Rogers, Georgia Highlands College (GHC) students Jared Ponder, John Thomas Tapp and Trinity Young have worked to share their recent biology research on locally discovered tardigrades — also known as ‘water bears’ – with an international database. The research was part of what […]


The Division of Information Technology will be installing routine security updates to our servers and network infrastructure from 1:00am until 7:00am on Friday, April 29th. Systems that cannot be safely updated through this automated process will be manually updated by IT personnel during staff hours. Users working on documents stored on the “P-Drive” should ensure they save their work and close those […]