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GPC Newsroom Debuts


For Immediate Release

Looking for a news release? You now can find all Georgia Perimeter College media releases at our GPC Newsroom.

The GPC Office of Marketing and Communications launched the Newsroom March 28.

In addition to college news releases with photos, the site offers resources for the media, including downloadable photos of college administrators and campus shots. Also new is the Experts page, which lists college faculty and staff members who are experts in their fields and available for comments or speaking engagements.

The GPC Newsroom also replaces the college’s In The Loop online newsletter.

The site includes feature stories and short news items plus content of interest to faculty/staff and students/alumni. All the popular features from In The Loop are included in the GPC Newsroom, including photo highlights, kudos and profiles of faculty, staff, students and alumni.

Visit the GPC Newsroom and let us know what you think. Email comments to

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  "The Magic Flute" Opera Staged at GPC
Dragons, princesses and princes; an evil queen--and a fantastical magic flute--take the stage at GPC's Cole Auditorium Thursday in the Peach State Opera's production of Mozart's "The Magic Flute." ... full story   
  'An Evening to Remember' on June 24 to Support Scholarship
The Georgia Perimeter College/DeKalb College Retiree Association is inviting the community to a festive fundraiser for the organization’s scholarship fund from 6 p.m. to 9 p.m. on June 24. ... full story   
  Commencement Spotlights "Habit of Excellence" at GPC
"The ancient Greek philosopher Aristotle said, 'We are what we repeatedly do.' Excellence then is not an act but a habit."... full story   
  President Anthony Tricoli To Receive National Award from the American Association of University Professors
Dr. Anthony Tricoli is the first two-year college president in the nation to receive The American Association of University Professors Ralph S. Brown Award for Shared Governance. ... full story   
  Summer enrollments up for some schools, down for others ahead of tuition hikes
Applications are up for summer enrollment at Georgia Perimeter College, but other schools are seeing a drop as the clock ticks toward higher tuition and less help from HOPE.... full story   
  Regents Approve GPC's Bachelor's Degrees
The Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia unanimously approved two new bachelor degree programs at Georgia Perimeter College: one in Sign Language Interpreting and one in Health Informatics.... full story   
  GPC to host German Fulbright Scholars on May 4
The German-American Fulbright Commission and the Institute of International Education sponsor a visit of German educators to Georgia Perimeter College on Wednesday, May 4. The visit is part of a five-day higher education leadership workshop in Atlanta.... full story   
  Cromer earns Cole Fellow Award during COE
Decatur Campus Associate Professor of English and Assistant Department Chairperson David Cromer was named the 2011 Cole Fellow recipient during Georgia Perimeter College's Celebration of Excellence Faculty/Staff awards ceremony.... full story   
  Jenkins: Two-year and state colleges: Now more of a bargain than ever If you're still trying to figure out how to pay for college in the fall--well maybe you're looking at the wrong college....   full story   
  GPC student Natalee Dukes named Coca-Cola Scholar
Georgia Perimeter College Student Natalee Dukes has been named a Coca-Cola Community College Academic Team Silver Scholar. ... full story   
  GPC Gateway Fair offers at-risk students a second chance
Miller Grove High School senior Quran James believes he is at risk of not graduating, so he spent some time on Saturday working on an alternative plan. He attended the Gateway to College Academy's Second Chance Educational Fair on the Clarkston Campus. ... full story   
  Hands-On Political Science: GPC Students Go to the Source
Getting a real-life taste of what they learned in their textbooks, students in Tamra Ortgies Young's Intro to Public Administration class interviewed public policy movers and shakers, and then posted their talks online.... full story   
  GPC student named Alpha Beta Gamma national president
Georgia Perimeter College student Nathan Singleton has been named the Alpha Beta Gamma national president during the organization's National Leadership Conference held early April in Cozumel, Mexico. Alpha Beta Gamma is the international honor society for business students at two-year colleges. ... full story ranks Georgia Perimeter math professor top in nation ranked the highest rated college professors and universities based on student ratings. The highest rated community college professor this year is Margie Lewkowicz, a mathematics instructor at Georgia Perimeter College.... full story   
  GPC Gateway To College Academy Hosts Open House on April 30
Gateway To College Academy will host a Second Chance Educational Fair from 9 a.m. to noon on Saturday, April 30 for any high school students who have dropped out or are thinking about dropping out of high school and are looking for a second chance.... full story   
  GPC opens military outreach center
Military veterans have a new resource at Georgia Perimeter College's Dunwoody campus. ... full story   
  GPC wins big at Phi Theta Kappa ceremonies
Georgia Perimeter College enjoyed an impressive showing during two Phi Theta Kappa award ceremonies in March. Winners included a Conyers student attending the GPC Newton campus.... full story   
  GPC Honors Student Excellence During Night of Celebration
Awards for academic excellence and service to the college community were given in 23 categories during the Georgia Perimeter College 2011 Celebration of Excellence ceremony held April 14 on the Clarkston Campus. ... full story   
  GPC Honors Students Collect Items for Military
When Dr.Crystal Garrett's Honors American Government students discovered that U.S. military serving overseas often lacked basic necessities, they decided to act.... full story   
  Theater Arts Guild Opens "Ghosts" April 15
What lurks beneath the facade of a "normal" family in the 1800s? GPC's Theatre Arts Guild opens April 15 with Henrik Ibsen's "Ghosts" a scathing commentary on 19th century morality.... full story   

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