Family College Day Comes to Savannah Technical College

By | August 06, 2008

Savannah Technical College welcomes you to try college for free! On Saturday, August 16 from 10:00 a.m. until noon, participants will have the opportunity to take two, forty-five minute classes in a variety of areas. The event is free and open to the public. Pre-registration is required and can be done through the website, www.savannahtech.edu or by calling 912.443.4798. Anyone … Continue reading “Family College Day Comes to Savannah Technical College”

Memorial University Medical Center Events for August 2008

By | August 06, 2008

Kidney Transplant Education Class 2 p.m. to 3 p.m., Thursday, August 7, Piedmont Clinic at Memorial University Medical Center This class is sponsored by Piedmont Hospital Transplant Services and Memorial University Medical Center. There is no charge to attend. The Piedmont Clinic is located in the Georgia Ear Building, on the 2nd floor, in the offices of Savannah Surgical Group. … Continue reading “Memorial University Medical Center Events for August 2008”

Savannah State University Prepares for New Students on Aug. 12

By | August 06, 2008

Savannah State University will welcome freshmen and transfer students to the 2008-09 academic year during New Student Orientation Aug. 12- 17. To date, the Office of Admissions staff has received 4,641 applications from first-time and transfer students, an increase of almost 10% over this time in 2007. Of the total applications, admission officials have made decisions on approximately 3,200, admitting … Continue reading “Savannah State University Prepares for New Students on Aug. 12”

Teshawnda Shuman Certified as Masters Teacher

By | August 06, 2008

Teshawnda Shuman, an Effinghamn County teacher, joined ranks of more than 50 teachers from throughout the state who earned Master Teacher certification in 2008. Teshawnda Shuman earned the distinction by showing sustained academic progress of her students, illustrated by standardized tests among other requirements. She teaches at Ebenezer Middle School in Effingham County. “These 54 teachers join the nearly 300 … Continue reading “Teshawnda Shuman Certified as Masters Teacher”

Savannah Technical College and Imperial Sugar Celebrate Program Graduates

By | August 06, 2008

Savannah Technical College and Imperial Sugar proudly announce the graduation ceremony for its first group of graduates. Beginning in June, Imperial Sugar began a major training collaboration with Savannah Technical College that would prepare employees for the industrial systems and technology expected in the new plant. At 6:00 p.m. on the Crossroads Campus, Thursday, August 8, 24 graduates of the … Continue reading “Savannah Technical College and Imperial Sugar Celebrate Program Graduates”

SCLC President says Dr. King Left a Business Plan for Success

By | August 06, 2008

NEW ORLEANS – Charles Steele Jr., president of Dr. Martin Luther King’s old organization, said the slain civil rights leader left behind a “business plan” for Black economic success. Opening the Southern Christian Leadership Conference (SCLC) 50th convention here, Steele said: “If you listen closely to his last speech at Mason Temple [in Memphis], Dr. King was giving us a … Continue reading “SCLC President says Dr. King Left a Business Plan for Success”

Kerry Ingredients & Flavours Holds Ribbon Cutting

By | August 06, 2008

Kerry Ingredients & Flavours hosted a ribbon cutting ceremony today to officially open its new facility at 11 Artley Road, Savannah. The ceremony was attended by Savannah City Council representatives Larry Stuber and Mary Ellen Sprague, Rick Winger, President of the Savannah Economic Development Authority, and numerous representatives from the community. “This event is a celebration of the efforts and … Continue reading “Kerry Ingredients & Flavours Holds Ribbon Cutting”