Life has been a whirlwind for Agnes Scott student Madison Jennings since she heard she is bound for the United Kingdom to be a part of the Rhodes Scholars program. Jennings and 31 other students from across the country will be in the postgraduate program at Oxford next year, where she plans to pursue a […]
With the school offering instruction in every aspect of filmmaking, SCAD makes a serious case that Atlanta is the ‘Hollywood of the South.’ By Allison Joyner Some of the films nominated for Oscars this year were touched by the artistry of graduates from the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD). “Top Gun: Maverick,” “The […]
The University offered 15 courses this semester in journalism, Africana studies, business, biology and education. By Allison Joyner Do you remember that commercial that explained that one day students would be able to learn in a virtual reality world called the Metaverse? Now that commercial has come to life at Morehouse College’s “Metaversity.” The Metaverse […]
Previously the student success advisor and admission records specialist at SCAD, Lace Walker has now been named the college’s new director of inclusion. By Allison Joyner Ensuring a culture where everyone feels welcomed, valued, respected and empowered to thrive, the Savannah College of Art and Design (SCAD) appointed Lace Walker as the university’s new Director […]
As the vice president of SCAD Atlanta, she works under the school’s visionary and founder Paula Wallace. By Allison Joyner As the world evolves into a cohesive space for education today, administrators are trying to find more effective ways to teach the next generation of scholars. “I think with academia, it’s hard for people to […]
Currently, student enrollment at the institution is over 60 percent Black. By Allison Joyner Earlier this month, Dr. T. Ramon Stuart began his tenure at Clayton State University (CSU) as the fifth and first Black president of the institution. “It truly feels good. It’s an honor,” Stuart told SaportaReport. “It humbles me to be the […]
Peggy shares: “Science and art come together at the University of North Georgia. Based on the Eastern Box Turtle, this recent work was produced as a collaboration between the UNG science and art departments. On the biology side, the turtles were tracked and studied in the field. On the art side, students and faculty created […]
The American Society for Engineering Education recently compiled the latest Engineering by the Numbers report, recapping data for 2016-2017. The report reveals the continued strengths of Georgia Tech in producing diverse, skilled engineering talent. Many positive rankings were updated. Notably, Georgia Tech rose to number one for bachelor’s degrees in engineering awarded to African Americans, […]
The University of North Georgia (UNG) entered into a new partnership with the Argentine University of Defense recently. Gonzalo Álvarez, left, president of the Argentine University of Defense and Bonita Jacobs, president of UNG, exchanged gifts at a signing ceremony held at the Dahlonega Campus. “When universities such as ours have shared ideas and a strong […]
By Anthony Lemieux and Alexandra Pauley Few issues are as pressing and challenging as the complex interplay between forced migration, immigration and security. In the global city of Atlanta, we have a unique opportunity to study the causes, consequences and responses to significant and rapid increases in forced migration and immigration more broadly. For us, […]
Georgia State University is preparing the next generation of entrepreneurs who will lead in business and address problems facing society.
By Guest Columnist MIKE DOBBINS, professor of the practice of planning at Georgia Tech’s College of Architecture and a former commissioner of planning and community development for the City of Atlanta
Against the backdrop of an antagonistic and often toxic campaign season, two opportunities are emerging that could begin to lift Atlanta out of its wealth gap, the city’s own divisive and persistent stain.
A shooting death Wednesday following an altercation outside a Downtown Atlanta homeless shelter underscores the dangers facing the region’s homeless youths, whose issues are detailed in a new report from Georgia State University.
Georgia Tech invited business and civic leaders Wednesday afternoon to visit the site where the future High Performance Computing Center was given its code name – Coda.
A team of students from Harvard University bested a team from Georgia Tech in a collegiate contest to redesign a portion of Midtown that was sponsored by the Urban Land Institute, ULI announced Thursday.
The National Science Foundation on Monday named Georgia Tech to coordinate the nation’s new effort to promote nanotechnology, which is the control of super tiny structures to solve problems and create new products.
A veteran sports and entertainment branding expert has been named as the new CEO of the College Football Hall of Fame.
Dennis Adamovich, 53, has had more than 20 years of experience leading brand strategy, marketing and digital technologies for entertainment and sports – working across multiple platforms.
Georgia Tech has just selected the architectural team of Lord Aeck Sargent and the Miller Hull Partnership to design what is expected to be the most environmentally-friendly building in the Southeast.
Imagine a building that produces more energy and water than it uses.
By Guest Columnist JOHN S. WILSON, president of Morehouse College
A March 15, 2016 article in SaportaReport about the Morehouse College National Alumni Association presidential elections contained inaccuracies and misinformation about Morehouse College.
We appreciate SaportaReport for making corrections to that story, and we acknowledge that even the best institutions can be hurt by misinformation and disinformation.
The architectural team of Lord Aeck Sargent and the Miller Hull Partnership has been selected by Georgia Tech to design the Living Building Challenge 3.0 project – expected to be the most sustainable building in the Southeast.