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Students Explore Biodiversity in Everglades and Florida Keys During Maymester Excursion
For three weeks, Dr. Joshua Reece, assistant professor of biology at Valdosta State University, led students on an excursion along the Georgia and Florida coasts weeks examining various ecosystems.
Mass Media Students Receive Hands-On Experience in Ireland
Fifteen Valdosta State University Mass Media Area students recently returned from an experiential learning opportunity in Ireland, where they traveled throughout Dublin, Waterford, and other cities experiencing a different culture and receiving hands-on experience in media production
Dr. Ben Carson to Speak at Langdale College of Business Administration Event Sept. 11
Valdosta State University will hold "An Evening with Dr. Ben Carson" beginning at 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 11, in Whitehead Auditorium.
Dr. Robert "Sherman" Yehl Named Public Administration Program Coordinator
Valdosta State University’s College of Arts and Sciences and the Department of Political Science have named Assistant Professor Robert “Sherman” Yehl as coordinator of the Public Administration Program.
Echols County school employees and retiree honored
Echols County Schools’ employees culminated a year of hard work and numerous accomplishments with the annual Employee Appreciation Luncheon held On May 29, during post planning.
Hosts needed for exchange students
Visiting students, 15-18, from Germany, Spain, Switzerland and Thailand are seeking host families in and around Sidney for the upcoming 2014-2015 academic school year.
Ga. schools resist arming teachers despite new law
Georgia school leaders are turning down a new option to arm teachers, arguing that it doesn't make kids any safer and creates more problems than state lawmakers intended to solve.
Ga. Education agency launches website redesign
The Georgia Department of Education has launched a redesigned website.
Wiregrass announces new board officers and reappointments
Wiregrass Georgia Technical College president Dr. Tina K. Anderson announced the appointment of two new board officers at the June meeting of the college board of directors.
Things looking up for law school grads
This might sound weird, but here goes: Now might be a pretty good time to think about law school.
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