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Consuls to Provide Update on Ebola in West Africa

by Trevor Williams | August 22, 2014 The honorary consuls of Sierra Leone and Liberia, along with a key representative from the Guinean community in the U.S. will come together at the State Capitol at 10 a.m. Aug. 27 to provide an update on the Ebola outbreak in the countries and thank Georgians for their support during the crisis.   More

Korea Caregiving Institute Among Outgoing President’s Global Engagements

by Trevor Williams | August 19, 2014 A partnership to establish a Korean branch of Georgia Southwestern State University’s Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregivers was among the international engagements fostered during the tenure of Kendall Blanchard, who on Aug. 18 announced his retirement. More

Ebola Outbreak Shines Light on West Africa's Needs, Atlanta's Solutions

by Trevor Williams | August 15, 2014 The Republic of Guinea’s first lady on Tuesday thanked Atlanta nonprofits for their ongoing efforts to meet her country’s dire health needs, which have grown even more acute since a deadly Ebola outbreak started there and spread to neighboring West African nations.  More

Japanese, Saudi Fast-Food CEOs Guide Clayton State Students

by Chris Freiberg | August 11, 2014 For one summer class of Clayton State University business students, studying global markets really hit home when two international executives dropped in to offer real-world advice from their careers in the food-service industry. More

Georgia State Business School to Honor CEOs of Coke, CARE

by Trevor Williams | August 8, 2014 Georgia State University’s J. Mack Robinson College of Business is to induct the chief executives of Coca-Cola Co. and nonprofit CARE into its Business Hall of Fame in September.  More