Gwinnett County Public Schools Celebrates EMMY Awards
The Broadcast and Distance Learning team from Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) is celebrating after the Southeast Chapter of the National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences (SE-NATAS) presented GCPS with three EMMY Awards. The honors recognize the team’s talent and creativity in creating original productions that support teaching... Read more
Gwinnett Schools Honored For Customer Service
Hopkins Elementary School, Norton Elementary School, and Peachtree Elementary School have been named 2016 Georgia Family-Friendly Partnership School Award winners. According to the Georgia Department of Education, the schools represent the best in customer service for Georgia families. In addition, Gwinnett’s Sweetwater Middle School was a finalist for the... Read more
Gwinnett Names 2016-2017 “Teachers as Leaders” Class
Thirty-eight Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) teachers and two educators from Buford City Schools will return from their summer break in August and take part in a districtwide leadership development program. The teachers have been selected to be part of Gwinnett’s Teachers as Leaders Class of 2016-2017. The Teachers... Read more
GCPS Community-Based Mentoring Program Awards Students Scholarships
Scholarships worth a total of $4,000 were awarded to four students in Gwinnett County Public Schools (GCPS) Community-Based Mentoring Program. Joshua Boose of Central Gwinnett High School, Malik Neal of Peachtree Ridge High School, Desmond Sylvester of Lanier High School, and Gregory Thomas of Norcross High School each were... Read more
Tyler Yu Named Dean of GGC School of Business
Following a search, Dr. Tyler T. Yu, professor of economics and accounting, has been named dean of the Georgia Gwinnett College School of Business. He succeeds Dr. Victoria Johnson, who was the first dean hired at the newly established college in 2006, and who will retire June 30. Yu... Read more
GA-PCOM Commencement Ceremony to Celebrate Nearly 300 Graduates
Georgia Campus—Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (GA-PCOM) held the College’s eighth annual commencement ceremonies on Friday, May 27 in the Tommy P. Hughes Grand Ballroom of the Infinite Energy Center in Duluth. About 58 candidates received Master of Science in Biomedical Sciences degrees, and around 100 students were awarded Doctor of... Read more
Adventures in Art Summer Camp
Print, paint, draw, sculpt, sew, throw, hammer, carve & glue! The Hudgens offers seven weekly fine art camps for budding young artists starting the week of June 6. Each week is an all-new experience themed with different projects and activities. Please register early, as space is limited. Click here for more information. Read more
PCOM Establishes Venture Fund To Fuel Innovation In Primary Care
Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine (PCOM) announced it has committed through its Foundation the allocation of $5 million to a new venture capital fund designed to stimulate innovation and entrepreneurship in the healthcare field, with a specific focus on primary care. The Primary Care Innovation Fund is the first... Read more
GGC Wins 2016 IMPACT Award In Education Category
Georgia Gwinnett College has been awarded the Gwinnett Chamber of Commerce’s 2016 IMPACT Regional Business Award in the education category. The Gwinnett Chamber honored more than 100 finalist organizations across several industry categories at a luncheon today. Presented by BB&T, the award program is designed to be reflective and... Read more
Spouses, Navy Veterans to Earn Degrees Saturday from Saint Leo University-Gwinnett
On Saturday, Sanchez and MaGalie Jones proudly will walk across the stage at Cobb Energy the Performing Arts Centre in Atlanta to receive their bachelor’s degrees from Saint Leo University. Sanchez and “Maggie” Jones attended Saint Leo’s Gwinnett Education Center in Duluth and live in Loganville, GA. They are... Read more