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ajc.com
Meet five Atlanta students who turned their lives aroundand career trips and other programs. Last semester, she made the A/B honor roll
Meet five Atlanta students who turned their lives around
ajc.com / Posted 11 days ago
and career trips and other programs. Last semester, she made the A/B honor roll. When Amber enrolls this fall at Atlanta Metropolitan State College to study business, she’ll become the first one in her family to go to college. 2. Deonte Hayden,... Read more
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ajc.com
Raises modest, but pay increased for Ga. college presidents$218,066 2. Dalton State College, Margaret Venable, $224,128 3. Gordon State
Raises modest, but pay increased for Ga. college presidents
ajc.com / Posted 16 days ago
$218,066 2. Dalton State College, Margaret Venable, $224,128 3. Gordon State College, Max Burns, $224,476 4. Atlanta Metropolitan State College, Gary McGaha, $225,637 5. Georgia Southwestern State University, Charles Patterson, $237,060 * -... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Business People for the week of May 8program resource coordinator. Challen is a graduate of Rochester Institute of T
Business People for the week of May 8
The Buffalo News / Posted 21 days ago
program resource coordinator. Challen is a graduate of Rochester Institute of Technology. Hutchinson is a graduate of Metropolitan State College of Denver. Andreozzi Bluestein Weber Brown named Ruth Wiseman of counsel. Wiseman, who was on the... Read more
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WLBT 3 Jackson
Mississippi Valley to honor 2 blues singers at graduationCenter. Clay, a Mississippi native, died in January. Gary McGaha, a 1972 MVSU
Mississippi Valley to honor 2 blues singers at graduation
WLBT 3 Jackson / Posted 24 days ago
Center. Clay, a Mississippi native, died in January. Gary McGaha, a 1972 MVSU alumnus who is now president of Atlanta Metropolitan State College, will address graduates. McGaha was the first African American to teach political science courses... Read more
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FOX 8 New Orleans
Mississippi Valley to honor 2 blues singers at graduationCenter. Clay, a Mississippi native, died in January. Gary McGaha, a 1972 MVSU
Mississippi Valley to honor 2 blues singers at graduation
FOX 8 New Orleans / Posted 24 days ago
Center. Clay, a Mississippi native, died in January. Gary McGaha, a 1972 MVSU alumnus who is now president of Atlanta Metropolitan State College, will address graduates. McGaha was the first African American to teach political science courses... Read more

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