Tammy Wyatt, GGC’s assistant director of Web communications, recently received the Georgia Education Advancement Council’s (GEAC) 2010 Award for Distinguished Service in Communications at the organization’s annual meeting at St. Simon’s Island, Georgia.
Wells Fargo has made a grant of $50,000 to the Georgia Gwinnett College Foundation to fund an innovative program that introduces in-classroom tutors for Student Success courses.
Georgia Gwinnett College students today memorialized Dr. Lonnie Harvel with a unique piece of art that features symbols of how he touched many lives – thousands of fingerprints.
GGC President Kaufman participated in national discussion on realities confronting nation’s colleges and universities
Georgia Gwinnett College President Daniel J. Kaufman joined a distinguished and select group of university and college presidents, academicians, business leaders, philanthropists and journalists who share a keen awareness of the new realities facing higher education. They met in New York Nov. 4-5 for the TIAA-CREF Institute 2010 Higher Education Leadership Conference.
Georgia Gwinnett College is mourning the loss of one of its charter cabinet officers, Dr. Lonnie Harvel, vice president of Educational Technology and associate professor of technology. Harvel passed unexpectedly Nov. 4 in Athens, Georgia.
Georgia Gwinnett College will accept applications for the 2011 spring semester until the close of business, Nov. 15, 2010. This is an earlier deadline than in previous years.
Science never tasted so sweet.
Salvador De Lara, consul general of Mexico, spoke to a group of Georgia Gwinnett College students and faculty yesterday about the strategic relationship between the U.S. and Mexico.
Even as Gwinnett County’s two historical water towers are being dismantled along I-85, today an important new symbol inched slowly skyward on the campus of Georgia Gwinnett College. Four 15-foot-diameter double-helix “Gs” in the College’s signature green and grey were hoisted on top of the college’s signature administrative building.
Anthony L. Pinder has been appointed Georgia Gwinnett College’s first director of internationalization. He is responsible for the vision, implementation and staffing of the College’s new, comprehensive international program.