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2016 Retiree Healthcare Change

In November 2013, the Board of Regents approved a change to the retiree healthcare benefit. Effective January 1, 2016, the University System of Georgia will provide supplemental healthcare coverage for Medicare-eligible retirees through a private retiree healthcare exchange instead of through the USG healthcare plan.

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Madalyn Bryant

Madalyn, a senior majoring in plant science biotechnology at Fort Valley State University, can look forward to a debt free final year of college thanks to a $10,000 scholarship from Monsanto. Bryant is one of ten recipients of the Monsanto Fund 1890s Student Scholarship for 2015.

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Programs Team Up

A collaboration of two very different programs give students a new perspective and overall positive experience in realistic scenarios.

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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.

Chemical Free Crops

A crowd of more than 50 county agents, small farmers, Fort Valley State University staff and gardeners gathered at FVSU’s Agricultural Technology Conference Center for a small-scale organic farm training workshop.


CSU - A National Center for Cyber Security Education

The NSA and the DHS designated Columbus State University a National Center of Academic Excellence in Cyber Defense Education for advancements made in the defense of the nation’s information infrastructure.


KSU’s 2015 Birla Carbon Scholars

KSU junior Aqsa Adnan discusses her poster with event attendees. The scholars program was developed in 2014 with a $250,000 pledge from Birla Carbon, a global manufacturer and supplier of Carbon Black, to support research opportunities for students in Kennesaw State’s College of Science and Mathematics.


Solar-powered Picnic Table

University of Georgia students, faculty and staff are now able to power up their electronic devices on new solar-powered charging station.


New Possibilities

The University of North Georgia’s Department of Physical Therapy hosted nine industrial design students from the Georgia Institute of Technology to build innovative assistive technology for clients with physical disabilities.


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