President of West Georgia Technical College to leave

Dr. Skip Sullivan will leave West Georgia Technical College to become president at Alfred State College in New York.
Source: Carrollton Times-Georgian

GRU president clarifies statement on population decline in Augusta
President Ricardo Azziz said he was referring to the decline in population of young people in Augusta and not total residents when he made a statement about population and why GRU needs an Atlanta presence.
Source: Augusta Chronicle/Saturday

Final beam ceremony held for Georgia Regents University building
The last beam on the J. Harold Harrison M.D. Medical Education Commons Building was put into place on Friday to the delight of donors and supporters. 
Source: Augusta Chronicle/Saturday

Cobb BOE may cut SACS fee
The Cobb Board of Education may cut a $73,000 annual expense by ousting its accreditation service, the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools.
Source: Marietta Daily Journal/Saturday

Albany State University honors Jane Willson
Albany State University honored Albany philanthropist Jane Willson by presenting her with the school’s 2013 Community Service Award at a banquet Thursday night.
Source: Albany Herald/Saturday

Valdosta State installs solar panels on library
Source: Valdosta Daily Times

Emory University gets $3.3 million to study genomics of HIV infection
The goal is to identify the genes responsible for causing disease in humans and those that are protective in African species of monkeys that are AIDS-resistant.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

Georgia Tech and Gulfstream to share office space in Savannah
By sharing nearly 100,000 square feet of offices and classroom space at Tech’s Savannah building, Gulfstream can extend the partnership to include faculty exchange, more research, and development of additional courses.
Source: Atlanta Business Chronicle

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