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Former VSU Counselor Receives Achievement Award
The National Association of Social Workers, Georgia Chapter honored recently retired Valdosta State University Counselor Sheila Wakeley with the Achievement Award during the association’s annual conference at the James H. Rainwater Conference Center Friday, Feb. 22.
Veteran College Completion a focus for Wiregrass Georgia Tech
The American Association of Community Colleges (AACC) held a “Dialogue on Veterans” in Washington, DC on February 11. Wiregrass Georgia Technical College President Dr. Ray Perren was one of 25 community college presidents invited to attend the daylong event.
Mass Media Faculty to Compete in 48-Hour Film Event at VSU
At 6 p.m. on Friday, March 1, six Valdosta State University Mass Media faculty members will be given a prop, a character, a line of dialogue, and 48 hours to write, shoot, direct, and edit a four-to-seven-minute film.
Goal is College Completi
The Georgia Independent College Association and the Technical College System of Georgia have made it easier for technical college graduates to enter many four-year private colleges in Georgia with transfer of credit hours.
Wiregrass students attend leadership conference
Wiregrass Georgia Technical College students representing all four campuses attended the 2013 Student Professional Development Conference held Feb. 8 through 10 in Atlanta.
VSU Professor Explores Teaching, Learning in the Virtual World
Two years ago, Valdosta State University purchased an island in the largest virtual world on the World Wide Web. One-third of the 16-acre campus is a replica of West Hall; the remaining two-thirds features offices for university faculty members and an outdoor space that resembles South Georgia.
Brooks County Middle School shares the love
Brooks County Middle School showed parents just how much they are appreciated the morning of Valentine's Day.
- Lecture Focuses on the Controversial "God Particle"
Sigma Tau Delta Raises Money for Children’s Advocacy Center
Sigma Tau Delta presented the Children's Advocacy Center with a check in the amount of $304 on Thursday, February 7. Last semester, Sigma Tau Delta's volunteer project was to raise money for Valdosta's Children's Advocacy Center.
Brooks County High School students visited by chamber president
President of the Quitman-Brooks County Chamber of Commerce and Destination Brooks Lauren Basford, spoke to the ECHOES 21ST CCLC Afterschool Drama Club at Brooks County Middle School on February 7.
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