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RIVERSIDE: UCR named as a 'Next Generation University'
UC Riverside was named as a ?Next Generation University? by the Washington D.C.-based New America Foundation.
Mon Jun 17, 2013
The Coastal Courier
Three students earn military scholarships
Three area teens are among 670 college and high-school students who will receive $1,500 scholarships through the 2013 Scholarships for Military Children Program.
Chuck Williams: Sometimes your child does know more than you do
You think you have them in the trap, but sometimes you end up in the teeth of a tight grip.
New Hampshire Public Radio -
Name Five Women In Philosophy. Bet You Can't.
A rare moment of gender parity in philosophy: Simone de Beauvoir and Jean-Paul Sartre at a Paris cafe in May 1970.
Where is the Economic Development in Southwest Atlanta?
People want to know what happened to the economic development in southwest Atlanta and to the Bankhead bridge at Northside Drive.
Sat Jun 15, 2013
An invaluable asset' - CEO keeps it real while managing property
McWhirter Realty is a family business in every sense of the word. It was founded by Barry McWhirter in 1981.
Fri Jun 14, 2013
UGA cancer researchers showcase work for NIH director
University of Georgia cancer research was one of several human health projects that took the spotlight recently when Dr. Francis Collins, director of the National Institutes of Health, and Rep. Jack Kingston heard reports by scientists and faculty from UGA, Georgia Institute of Technology, Georgia State University and Emory University.
Thu Jun 13, 2013
Newest Cherokee County Judge Sworn In
Cherokee County has a new associate magistrate judge. Canton attorney Paul Ghanouni was sworn in at the Cherokee County Justice Center by Chief Probate Judge Keith Wood in a small ceremony.
GSU's Institute of Public Health to become full-fledged school
Georgia State University's Institute of Public Health will renamed the School of Public Health following the endorsement of the Council on Education for Public Health , the national accrediting body of such programs.
Former student editor: Print editions aren't fundamental to college newspapers' existence
University of Virginia graduate Matthew Cameron wrote a thesis suggesting ways university newspapers can survive and thrive , Dan Reimold writes.
Wed Jun 12, 2013
Governor Could Appoint Brooks Panel Friday
Governor Nathan Deal will likely announce his appointments Friday to a review panel tasked with deciding whether to suspend State Representative Tyrone Brooks, D-Atlanta.
Small brewers with big passion to succeed
It's 09:00 on a Tuesday in Atlanta, Georgia - a bit early for a pint. But for many in the American south-east, SweetWater is a staple.
Eshe Collins Announces Candidacy for APS Board of Education, District 6
The following is an announcement we received from the campaign offices of Eshe Collins.
The 6th Floor Blog: Money in a Bottle
When I was working on my article on money for last weekend's "Who Made That?" issue , I called Harcourt Fuller to talk about the history of salt money in Africa.
Tue Jun 11, 2013
Sandy Springs Neighbor
Buckhead Coalition hosts Diplomatic Leadership Corps
In a news release, the Buckhead Coalition, a chamber-like, invitation-only organization of 100 CEOs, Monday announced its one-time program named the Diplomatic Leadership Corps.
Kudzu Art Zone Hosting First Juried Art Exhibit
Kudzu Art Zone is accomplishing a much-anticipated first this week. Beginning June 14, the art center will host its inagural juried art exhibit, entitled "Open."
Sun Jun 09, 2013
Former Norcross High Student Steps Into Limelight
Scott Howard, a lifelong Peachtree Corners ' resident, recently created a film video titled "Peachtree Corners - A Remarkable Past, An Innovative Future," which was featured on the large screen at "Peachtree Corners Night" at the Gwinnett Braves game on Friday, June 7, 2013.
Sat Jun 08, 2013
Executive Leadership Program for Nonprofit Organizations
The Executive Leadership Program for Nonprofit Organizations , a partnership of Georgia State University, the University of Georgia and Georgia Tech, is accepting applications for its next session on June 9-14, 2013 at UGA's Fanning Institute in Athens, GA.
Regional Veterans of Armed Forces scholarships awarded
The recipients of the Northwest Georgia Chapter of the United Veterans of the Armed Forces Scholarships are: Ty'ya Aneshia Frazier of Coosa High School.
Fri Jun 07, 2013
Mental Help Net
Wellness Policies Improve Child Health in Care Centers
Introducing wellness policies and training caregivers in best practices for nutrition and physical activity improves the care environment for young children, according to research published online May 23 in Preventing Chronic Disease .