SAVANNAH - The first workshop in Georgia Tech-Savannah's "Leading Well" series in 2016 will focus on leadership fundamentals such as critical thinking and emotional intelligence. It will be Jan. 27-28 on the Georgia Tech-Savannah campus.
ATLANTA - Parents and grandparents, who are using the Path2College 529 Plan to prepare or pay for their loved ones' college education can now take advantage of new perks.
The Fort Stewart American Red Cross Youth Group, the Red Club, had 21 volunteers who passed out 3,396 holiday bags and cards, 258 canned goods and 1,456 personal items for the holidays.
SAVANNAH - Armstrong State University has been recognized as one of the Top 25 Military Friendly Public Universities and Colleges by Victory Media, the publisher of G.I. Jobs, STEM Jobs and Military Spouse.
MILLEDGEVILLE - Lisa Ouyang of Hinesville completed courses with grades that qualified for the dean's list for the fall semester at Georgia College. Students making the list completed at least 12 hours of coursework with a 3.5 GPA or higher.
SAVANNAH - A local family that wishes to remain anonymous recently donated $100,000 to establish the Armstrong Emergency Food Resource Fund at Armstrong State University. The family, which includes a faculty member and two generations of university alumni, is committed to support efforts to thwart the national trend of food insecurity among college students.
Savannah State University's College of Business Administration will host a tax conference on Friday, Jan. 22, on the second floor of the Student Union. Sessions run from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. The conference is presented in collaboration with Hancock Askew and Co.
SAVANNAH - The International Education Center at Savannah State University has organized Operation SHEA, Sending Humanitarian Education Abroad.
STATESBORO - In early December, nine master of fine arts graduate candidates from the Betty Foy Sanders Department of Art drove to Miami, for Art Basel Miami Beach, an international art fair that connects artists, gallerists and collectors from around the globe.
SAVANNAH - The Education Trust, a nonprofit organization in Washington that seeks to shape and influence national and state policy with a focus on reducing achievement gaps, recently named Armstrong State University a top performing school for underrepresented minority students.
Two Liberty County schools are on the Highest-Progress School list of the Georgia Department of Education's 2015-16 Title I Reward Schools, which was released Dec. 11.
TROY, Ala. - Troy University recently recognized students who graduated during the fall semester/term 2.
Members of the Walker Middle School Beta Club recently gave 98 fleece throws to residents at Coastal Manor in Ludowici. The gifts were part of the teens' community-service projects and to celebrate Christmas. Coastal Manor Director Elise Stafford said the visit made the day for residents and that she appreciated the students and teachers.
SAVANNAH - Armstrong State University hosted the 2015 fall commencement Dec. 12, conferring degrees on more than 630 students in two graduation ceremonies at Armstrong's Alumni Arena.
Students took part last week in a quiz-style competition at the Liberty County Performing Arts Center to test their knowledge on books.
DAHLONEGA - Tiffany Erickson of Fort Stewart, Georgia, made the fall 2015 dean's list at the University of North Georgia (for achieving a 3.5 ...
The Long County Board of Education recently received the Quality School Board Badge from the Georgia School Board Association.
ATLANTA - The State Board of Education has posted the first Georgia Standards of Excellence for science and social studies for comments until the middle of ...
In a report published this week, U.S. News & World Report magazine ranks Armstrong State and Georgia Southern universities as among having two of the ...
The Long County Board of Education honored three retiring employees at a recent board meeting.
Five Long County High School students recently took their first steps toward becoming teachers by completing the school's Tide to Teachers program.
Resident Lonnie Fayson presented a petition with 150 signatures Tuesday evening to the Liberty County Board of Education.
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