USG e-clips for August 9, 2022

University System News: Marietta Daily Journal Kennesaw State named top institution for cybersecurity outreach Kennesaw State University has been recognized by its peers as the top institution in the U.S. for spreading cybersecurity best practices in its community, developing cybersecurity programs and faculty, and empowering students to pursue careers in the industry. The colleges and […]

USG e-clips for August 8, 2022

University System News:   WALB GSW sees largest freshmen class move in on Friday By Fallon Howard Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is making history this fall semester by having the largest freshman class ever. Moving day can be stressful but at GSW, the community makes sure students have what they need to make an […]

USG e-clips for August 5, 2022

University System News: Tifton CEO ABAC Economic Impact Over $429 Million on South Georgia Staff Report With a strong bounce back over the pandemic year, Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College had an economic impact of $429,357,879 on South Georgia during the 2020-21 fiscal year. Dr. Renata Elad, Dean of the Stafford School of Business at ABAC, […]

USG e-clips for August 4, 2022

University System News:   Ledger-Enquirer These are the folks who will help select the next Columbus State University president By Mark Rice A University System of Georgia Board of Regents policy allows the board to hire a president for one of its institutions without conducting a national search and without local input in the selection […]

USG e-clips for August 3, 2022

University System News:   Augusta CEO Keel Visits Savannah and Brunswick for President’s Summer Tour Milledge Austin Last week, Augusta University President Brooks A. Keel, PhD, embarked on his first President’s Summer Tour since 2019, visiting the Savannah and Brunswick areas. During his weeklong visit, Keel met with local and regional leaders and alumni, as […]

USG e-clips for August 2, 2022

University System News:   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution University of North Georgia president plans to retire By Ty Tagami Bonita Jacobs, the first president of the University of North Georgia, plans to retire after the upcoming school year. Jacobs was the first woman to lead North Georgia College & State University after the State Board of […]

USG e-clips for July 29, 2022

University System News:   The Atlanta Journal-Constitution Georgia Lottery reaches $25 billion milestone By Vanessa McCray Kemp touts revenue that’s gone to pre-K program, HOPE scholarships State officials on Thursday celebrated a major moment for the Georgia Lottery nearly 30 years in the making. Gov. Brian Kemp gathered with lottery officials at the Georgia Capitol […]

USG e-clips for July 28, 2022

University System News:   Grice Connect Kindness of strangers made the difference for GS grad | Remarkable journey from abuse, homelessness to graduation Paula Hall made a difference for Sanielle Jones to overcome adversity to graduate college by Eden Hodges “Sanielle Lashaye Jones,” echoed across the Savannah Convention Center at Georgia Southern’s (GS) graduation ceremony […]

USG e-clips for July 27, 2022

University System News:   Grice Connect City partners with GSU for small business recruitment, retention by Bobby NeSmith On Tuesday, the Statesboro City Council approved a proposal from Georgia Southern University’s Business Innovation Group (BIG) to provide small business recruitment and retention services. In March 2020, the City sought to hire a full-time small business […]

USG e-clips for July 26, 2022

University System News: Ramsey 10 Best Colleges in Georgia By Kristina Ellis Choosing which college to attend is one of the biggest decisions of your life as a student. Whether you’re a current resident of Georgia or you’re considering a move to this Southern state, there are plenty of options for fantastic colleges and universities. […]