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Posted September 17, 2012

USG Vice Chancellor and CIO Curt Carver Named a Top 10 Breakaway Leader

The award, given for the first time to an educational IT organization, is seen by Carver as acknowledgement of the efforts of the ITS staff. “Partnering with USG campuses and the university system office, our collective judgment, relentless pursuit of excellence and everyone’s hard work in deploying innovative solutions to difficult enterprise problems has led to this recognition,” stated Carver. Photo credit: © Evanta 2012

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Posted August 30, 2012

GHSU Nursing Student Chosen for Mayo Clinic Externship

Kaelan Woodall’s experience watching her mother battle breast cancer sparked her interest in nursing—but a summer externship at the Mayo Clinic set her dream on fire.

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Posted August 30, 2012

Special Smiles

Georgia Health Sciences University dental students volunteered to give special smiles to some special athletes.

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Posted August 30, 2012

The Mind’s Mysteries

Georgia State senior Terrell Jenrette was drawn to neuroscience partly out of curiosity, and partly out of his family’s experiences. With a sister living with bipolar disorder and a grandmother who died from an aneurism, he’s interested in how brain injuries alter a person.

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Posted August 30, 2012

Armstrong Students Mentor Future Engineers

Armstrong’s Engineering Studies Program, under the leadership of professor Cameron Coates, partnered with the 100 Black Men of Savannah to host a Robotics Camp in summer 2012.

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Posted August 30, 2012

Community Theater, Diabetes Education Join Forces

Thanks to a grant from the International Diabetes Federation, Philip Szmedra, a Georgia Southwestern economics professor will help implement an innovative community theater program designed to promote healthy lifestyles to South Pacific residents living with diabetes.

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