System Spotlights Archive
Posted March 10, 2015
Student publishes first book using eye-gaze driven technology
Kevin Enners has crossed many hurdles in his 21-year old life, but writing his first novella is the beginning for this Kennesaw State communications student. Unlike his KSU classmates, Enners must use special technology to assist him in his writing.
Posted March 9, 2015
New Nursing Technologies
Technology becomes integral part of education for the nursing students at Abraham Baldwin Agricultural College.
Posted March 5, 2015
The View from Monticello
Derek Jackson, a student at College of Coastal Georgia, was selected by The Thomas Jefferson Foundation to serve as the first Berman Fellow, an internship made possible by the I. R. Berman Family Partnership in American Studies.
Posted February 19, 2015
Plastic in Our Oceans
UGA Scientist Jenna Jambeck is working to calculate how much plastic waste makes its way into the world’s oceans.
Posted January 16, 2015
Virtual Anatomy at Armstrong
With the recent acquisition of highly advanced medical equipment, Armstrong State University students now learn about the human body in ways that were once possible only inside an operating room.
Posted January 12, 2015
FVSU Students Graduate with Low Debt
For a second year in a row, the Institute of College Access and Success named the university to its Project on Student Debt Class of 2013. FVSU was ranked 13th in the nation for having students that graduated with the least amounts of debt in the nation.