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Posted August 21, 2012

Congratulations: Georgia Principal Named Middle School Principal of the Year

Laurie Barron, principal of Smokey Road Middle School in Newnan, GA, has been named the 2013 MetLife/NASSP National Middle Level Principal of the Year. Ms. Barron received her undergraduate degree from the University of Georgia and her Masters degree from the University West Georgia.

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Posted August 17, 2012

Apple Publishes Georgia College Digital Textbook

Nine students of Dr. Chris Greer’s Advanced Technology for Teachers course have produced an electronic textbook titled “Using Technology in Education,” — one of the first publications created by students and published through Apple iBookstore.

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Posted August 17, 2012

Ph.D. Students Awarded International Scholarships

Two students in Kennesaw State University’s Ph.D. program in International Conflict Management have been awarded scholarships to study and conduct research at Edinburgh University in Scotland and at the George C. Marshall European Center for Security Studies in Germany.

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Posted August 17, 2012

Slash-and-Burn Source of Oceanic Black Carbon

A Skidaway Institute of Oceanography researcher estimates slash-and-burn land clearing in Brazil has introduced tens of thousands of tons of black carbon to the ocean.

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Posted August 15, 2012

GHSU Students Join With Local Nursery for Health Fair

Clinical Nurse Leader students at Georgia Health Sciences University provide free comprehensive health screenings to nursery workers at Costa Layman, one of the largest perennial companies in the United States.

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Posted August 15, 2012

50th Anniversary: Graduation of Mary Frances Early

The University of Georgia celebrates a milestone in desegregation by commemorating the 50th anniversary of the graduation of Mary Frances Early, the first African American to earn a degree from UGA. Early received a master’s degree in music education in 1962. Listen to the story on NPR.

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