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Professors lead pack in national bike ride challenge

Breakdown of the family is costly
June 3, 2012
Breakdown of the family is costly 

University educators host teaching institute

Business dean named interim provost

Staff Council honors ‘outstanding’ staff members

Foundation celebrates campaign success

Georgia College graduates its largest class

Alumnus named director of alumni, parent relations

Blick kudos

Dr. Jeffrey Blick's recent archaeological research in the Bahamas appears in the publication, "Human Impacts on a Small Island Ecosystem: Lessons from the Lucayans of San Salvador, Bahamas for This Island Earth," as Chapter 7 in The Functioning of Ecosystems (2012). The anthropology professor and Dr. Eric Kjellmark of Florida Southern College, Lakeland, Fla., gained a permit from Gerace Research Centre to conduct lake sediment cores on San Salvador, researching the effects of climate change and human impacts on the island during the prehistoric period, ca. 1000 B.C.-A.D. 1492, up to the English colonial period, ca. 1780.

Senior overcomes obstacles to earn degree