Fri., April 12, 2013 6:00am
Georgia military bases and contractors are not the only ones feeling the pinch of the sequester. The state’s top universities are seeing federal research grants slashed as a result of the across the board federal funding cuts. And that’s threatening not only important fields of study, but also high-paying jobs.
Wed., April 10, 2013 7:10pm
In two months the control towers at 149 small and medium size airports across the country will close, five in Georgia. It’s part of cuts due to sequestration.
Fri., April 5, 2013 7:52am
When you go on a job interview, the candidates that have come before you can actually have an impact on how the interviewers view your performance. That’s due to the inherent biases of job interviewers (and all people). Brandon Smith explains how to beat those biases.
Tue., April 2, 2013 2:45pm
Georgia’s 2012 Domestic Violence Fatality Review that was released last week found 128 people in the state died as a result of domestic violence last year. The Georgia Coalition Against Domestic Violence and the Georgia Commission on Family Violence have been studying the issue for 9 years.
Mon., April 1, 2013 1:37pm
As part of a long-term plan to keep the State Archives open, the General Assembly has approved transferring the research and records facility from the Secretary of State’s office to the University System of Georgia.
Fri., March 29, 2013 7:45am
Our workplaces are full of clichés: we’re ‘thinking outside the box’ and ‘circling back’ and ‘shifting paradigms’ every day. Brandon Smith explains why buzzwords and catch phrases don’t help us communicate clearly and how we can break the habit.
Fri., March 22, 2013 2:00pm
While Congress works to iron out a budget, the so called sequester still stands. With it, areas that rely on federal spending are bracing for across the board cuts. Military communities are particularly hit.
Tue., March 19, 2013 4:36pm
Researchings are trying learn more about Middle Georgia's relatively small black bear population, after hunters killed an estiamted 10 percent of the animals in one day during the state's first open bear season in 2011.
Fri., March 15, 2013 7:52am
Some young people decided to sit out the economic turbulence of recent years, choosing instead to pursue a graduate degree or other coursework right after college. Is it worth the expense to go right to grad school or is work experience more valuable? Brandon Smith helps us answer that question.
Wed., March 13, 2013 4:10pm
GPB has obtained previously unseen footage of former Bibb County schools Superintendent Romain Dallemand discussing his sudden departure last month. Dallemand made international headlines by instituting universal Mandarin Chinese classes, but promptly disappeared from the public eye after negotiating a six figure contract buyout with the school board.