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FVSU Students Graduate with Low Debt

For a second year in a row, the Institute of College Access and Success named the university to its Project on Student Debt Class of 2013. FVSU was ranked 13th in the nation for having students that graduated with the least amounts of debt in the nation.

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Vitamin D Deficiency, Depression Linked

Vitamin D deficiency could impact mental health. A team of UGA researchers led international study that found a link between seasonal affective disorder and a lack of sunlight.

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UNG Ranger Challenge Team

The University of North Georgia Ranger Challenge team competed in the international Sandhurst Military Skills Competition after beating teams from the nation’s junior and senior military colleges in Bold Leader Challenge at Fort Knox, Kentucky. UNG also was awarded the weapons streamer.

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Georgia College 411

GAcollege411 is a comprehensive web resource for students and all Georgia residents who want to research careers, choose a college, apply for college, and acquire financial aid. Learn more…

Georgia Alliance of Education Agency Heads
The Alliance of Education Agency Heads strengthens collaborations to achieve Georgia's education priorities.

Virtual Anatomy at Armstrong

With the recent acquisition of highly advanced medical equipment, Armstrong State University students now learn about the human body in ways that were once possible only inside an operating room.


Mean Boys, Not Mean Girls, Rule

New research from the University of Georgia has found that boys use malicious rumors, social exclusion and rejection to harm or manipulate others more often than girls in school settings.


New Worlds in View

The Coleman Planetarium at University of North Georgia recently installed a new DigiStar high-def Projector that displays accurate depictions of night skies from planets millions of miles away.


Learn from a Master Chef

According to Master Chef Thor Erlingsson, students are attracted Kennesaw State’s culinary sustainability and hospitality program because everyone loves food. Erlingsson, a native of Iceland, is the program’s first full-time instructor.


STEM Teacher Academy

Fort Valley State University recently hosted the Georgia Youth Science and Technology Center (GYSTC) STEM Teacher Academy to assist local middle school teachers in helping students become proficient in science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) subjects.


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