By Nicole West, Executive Director for Departmental Affairs Apprenticeships are experiencing a renaissance, but they don’t look the way they used to. Apprenticeships have been around for a long time—since the Middle Ages. That might be why the topic of apprenticeships has some people imagining a set from Game of Thrones. But those people are thinkingContinue reading “Rediscovering Apprenticeships”
By Michael Williams The biggest shock I ever had in my life was when I was about to undergo throat surgery in my local hospital, and two of my former students appeared wordlessly in the waiting area and began slowly wheeling me back into the operating room. Already nervous, I began racking my brain, franticallyContinue reading “A Small Town Story”
By Joe Sumner, Interim Associate Vice President for Economic Development. As the world continues to shake off the COVID slumber of the last 18 months, businesses are opening, restaurants are serving, movies are playing on the big screens, roller coasters are running, and assembly lines are cranking up. Crowds of people, eager for food, fun,Continue reading “So, What Now?”
The 10th Annual Wiregrass Geekfest was held on the Valdosta Campus Friday, March 8, 2019. Over 1,000 high school students and approximately 700 middle school students attended.
Area high school and middle school students attended the Stem & Medical Event on the Valdosta Campus on February 12, 2019.
Over 500 students from area high schools attended the event on November 13, 2018.