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Vol. 44, No. 21

January 17, 2017

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Magnify Camp Jekyll 2017 with Nathan
Gov. Nathan Deal, first lady Sandra Deal, Jekyll Island Authority Director James Hooks and State 4-H Leader and Director Arch Smith, along with local 4-H Club members and state 4-H board officers, attended the dedication of the new Camp Jekyll campus, which officially reopens Feb. 1.

Dedicated to education

Camp Jekyll set to reopen Feb. 1 for ‘all the youth of Georgia and those beyond its borders’

For some Gwinnett County seventh-grade students, it may be their first time to see Georgia's coast. For others, it may be their first overnight trip without family. However, they all will be part of the first official group to attend Georgia 4-H environmental education camp at the new Camp Jekyll Feb. 1.

Business processes streamlined under OneSource Project

Numerous and varied systems currently manage financial and human resources information across the university's colleges, schools and units. Now a major transformation known as the OneSource Project is underway at UGA that will streamline business processes under one system that is integrated, efficient and aligned with those used by the University System of Georgia.

UGA president, Macon mayor discuss collaborations and future partnerships

A meeting with Macon-Bibb County Mayor Robert Reichert Jan. 4 was an opportunity for UGA President Jere W. Morehead to learn more about the assistance the university provided Macon-Bibb before, during and after its government consolidation.

Former School of Law associate dean will receive President’s Medal

UGA will bestow one of its highest honors on Paul M. Kurtz, retired associate dean and professor in the UGA School of Law, during Founders Day activities Jan. 23. (See story, page 1.)

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