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Researchers say vaccine shortage doesn’t necessarily spur higher demand

Using the law of supply and demand, one would think that a scarcity of COVID-19 vaccines would result in more people wanting access to the vaccine. Not so, according to a recently published study.

“Vaccine hesitancy is a complex phenomenon,” said Dr. Amy Fehl, assistant professor of marketing.

Bachelor of Business Administration, marketing concentration

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GGC professor allays fears over national supply chain shortages

Bachelor of Business Administration, supply chain management concentration

While it’s no secret that ports around the nation are dealing with a logjam of ships vying for the next turn to be unloaded, Dr. Sanjaya Mayadunne says there’s a light at the end of the tunnel, and it will come sooner than we think.

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GGC launches new online degree program for special education majors

GGC students who want to pursue a special education degree can now do so wherever they have an internet connection.

Bachelor of Science in Education, special education concentration

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GGC offers online degrees

GGC students can expect the same level of expertise, rigor and faculty-student engagement whether they choose to study in the classroom or online.

GGC student studying online from home to earn online 4-year degree