New music industry degree program planned for GSU Savannah Campus

If approved, this new program would be offered under the existing Bachelor of Arts in Music degree and would emphasize music technology and music business. University officials hope the success of this potential new program will thereafter allow for additional academic tracks, such as in music therapy.

USG Names New Vice Chancellor for Communications

Diamant has been an investigative reporter at WSB-TV in Atlanta since 2011.

Georgia High School Student Surprised With $25,000 Scholarship From Sallie Mae

High School Student Receives One of Nine Bridging the Dream Scholarships Scholarship Recognizes High School Juniors and Seniors Nationwide Who Excel Inside and Outside of the Classroom

Kemp names new Chief of Georgia Technical School System

Both the Technical College System of Georgia and the state’s certification agency for educators are getting new leaders.

Finalist Named for the University of West Georgia Presidency

Dr. Kelly currently serves as chancellor of the University of South Carolina Upstate in Spartanburg, S.C.

TCSG Announces Two New College and Career Academies

Two of Georgia’s technical colleges will partner with local education systems to establish the academies.

Georgia Southern University officially opens landmark learning center in Ireland

The attention underscored the fact that Georgia Southern University is the first public university in the United States to open an outreach learning facility in Ireland.

University System of Georgia enrollment increases to record high

More students are enrolled in Georgia public colleges and universities than ever before. Dual enrollment is also on the rise.

Justice Department Settles with Georgia Technical College to Resolve Complaint

The agreement resolves the Department’s complaint alleging that the college terminated an employee, who has multiple sclerosis, on the basis of her disability after years of service to the college.

Georgia Tech professor sentenced for defrauding the National Science Foundation

Ghovanloo was a tenured full professor in the School of Electrical and Computer Engineering at the Georgia Institute of Technology.