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Student Affairs Leadership Awards announced
Friday, April 22, 2016
College of Coastal Georgia Vice President for Student Affairs, Dr. Jason Umfress announced the 2016 Student Affairs Leadership Awards on Thursday night at the College of Coastal Georgia Campus Center's Stembler Theatre. Along with the annual honors bestowed on students, six graduating seniors were inducted as the inaugural class of the CCGA Student Hall of Fame.

College of Coastal Georgia Salutes Student Scholars in Annual Honors Day Program
Friday, April 15, 2016
Kara Neisen was not expecting any awards as she attended honors just three weeks ahead of graduation. So the senior from Bloomington, Ill. was a surprised as any in the auditorium full of College of Coastal Georgia students, faculty, staff, family, and friends when Dr. Skip Mounts announced her as the Outstanding Student in Health Informatics.

College professor spearheads entrepreneur program
Friday, April 01, 2016
An economist, Skip Mounts has studied and taught the subject for decades. And through his experiences, the College of Coastal Georgia professor has learned that the more entrepreneurs in an area, the stronger the local economy. It's one of the reasons he wanted to start teaching entrepreneurship to students as part of the curriculum.

CCGA professor, students develop high-tech programming with new Oculus Rift
Thursday, March 31, 2016
German Vargas barely had time to make introductions. He was too excited to begin outlining an advanced, high-tech project he and three students at College of Coastal Georgia have been working on for more than three months. "I'm sorry to just jump into this, but this is huge. The project we've taken on is very advanced," said Vargas, assistant vice president for academic student engagement and associate professor of mathematics at the college.

CCGA hosts fourth annual science, math expo for middle and high school students
Friday, March 04, 2016

Math tutoring offered at CCGA
Saturday, February 06, 2016
Even Laura Lynch will admit math is not the easiest subject to master and that means a lot coming from the department chair and assistant professor of mathematics at College of Coastal Georgia.

Dr. Don Mathews presents the annual economic outlook
Friday, January 22, 2016
Glynn County and Albany have something in common. The Metropolitan Statistical areas they're in are the slowest in the state to recover from the Great Recession, said Don Mathews, professor of economics at College of Coastal Georgia, during the annual economic outlook luncheon on Jekyll Island Thursday.


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