• Glass Beaker

      Augusta University (Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University, 2019-04-26)
    • Glass Beaker

      Augusta University
    • Glass Funnel, 6.5"

      Augusta University
    • Glass Pipette

      Augusta University
    • Glass Test Tube, No. 1

      Augusta University
    • Glass Test Tube, No. 2

      Augusta University
    • Glass Test Tube, No. 3

      Augusta University
    • Grade Change Policy

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01)
      4.14 Grade Change Policy: Any grade recorded by the Registrar will be changed, in accordance YJith Georgia Health Sciences University and Board of Regents' grading policies, upon receipt from the instructor of a completed Grade Change Report form. Forms are available from the Registrar.
    • Grading System Policy

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01)
      4.13 Grading System Policy: Georgia Health Sciences l.kliversity uses the 4.0 grade point average system, as required by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia. Grades are calculated and truncated at two significant digits. This policy relates grade points to grade letters and defines symbols and terms approved for use in grading at Georgia Health Sciences University.
    • Graduate Assistants, Work Study and Student Assistants Policy

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2004-05)
      To provide policy guidelines for the appointment of Graduate Assistants, Federal Work-Study Students and Student Assistants and to specify their form of remuneration. Only Georgia Health Sciences University students qualify for employment under this policy. Other individuals must be hired as temporary employees, and are subject to Board of Regents and Georgia Health Sciences University guidelines regarding temporary employment.
    • The Graduate School

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2011)
      These photographs depict students and professors in the learning environment of The Graduate School which prior to 2011, was known as the MCG School of Graduate Studies. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • The Graduate School - Deans

      Historical Collections & Archives (Augusta University, 2011)
      Portraits of the individuals who served as Dean of The Graduate School. Up until February 2011, The Graduate School was known as the MCG School of Graduate Studies. (MCG: Medical College of Georgia) Credit shall be given as follows: Historical Collections & Archives, Robert B. Greenblatt, M.D. Library, Augusta University
    • Graduation With Honors Policy

      Registrar; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-01-16)
      4.10 Graduation With Honors Policy: Georgia Health Sciences l.kliversity awards undergraduate degrees with honors to candidates who meet specific standards of academic excellence as measured by the grade point average under the conditions set forth in this policy. Georgia Health Sciences l.kliversity awards honors to students who successfully complete a program of study in a one-year-certificate program in the College of Allied Health Sciences under the conditions set forth in this policy. This distinction of high academic achievement is placed on the student's diploma or certificate and is noted on the permanent record.
    • Grievance Policy for Visiting Academes

      Grievance Policy for Visiting Academes; Associate Provost for Academic Affairs; Georgia Health Sciences University (2009-07-17)
      2.09 Grievance Policy for Visiting Academes: Georgia Health Sciences University establishes a mechanism by which visiting academes can address conflicts or disagreements that might arise with their immediate supervisors. If discussions with that supervisor do not satisfactorily resolve the conflict, the visiting academe can pursue the grievance with the Vice President for Instruction and Enrollment Management & Associate Provost for Academic Affairs as described below. If the dispute remains unresolved after intervention by the Vice President for Instruction and Enrollment Management & Associate Provost for Academic Affairs, the visiting academe can then pursue the grievance with the Senior Vice President for Academic Affairs & Provost, and finally, with the President.
    • Groundbreaking Events and Construction of Buildings

      Augusta University Libraries; Historical Collections & Archives
      This collection of photos were taken at groundbreaking events and during the construction of buildings on the Health Sciences Campus.
    • Group Insurance Policy

      Human Resources Division; Georgia Health Sciences University (2012-03)
      All regular employees with a work commitment of three-quarters (30 hours a week) or more are eligible for Group Insurance. All eligible employees must enroll within 30 days of initial employment or eligibility date. A Georgia Health Sciences University retiree or career employee, who upon his/her separation of employment from the Georgia Health Sciences University and the University System of Georgia as defined in the Board of Regents Policy Manual, Section 8.2.8.2 and 8.2.8.4, shall remain eligible to continue as a member of the group health insurance, dental, and basic life insurance plans with GHSU participation in the cost of the health and basic life insurance coverage. The retiree is responsible for all premiums for any health, dental, supplemental life and/or dependent life insurance coverage.
    • Growing a Liaison Program

      Baker, Camilla B.; Johnson, Autumn; Johnson, Melissa; Reese Library, University Libraries (2013-11-14)
      Librarians at a newly consolidated university will discuss how they transplanted the concept of embedded librarianship from their health sciences colleagues to the university library, in order to cultivate relationships with the library and nurture the campus culture.
    • GRU Overview

      Cibirka, Roman; Office of the Vice Provost (Georgia Regents University, 2014-04-04)
    • Guidelines for Authorship

      Vice President for Research Development; Georgia Health Sciences University (2001-01-08)
      9.02 Guidelines for Authorship: All faculty, staff, and students at Georgia Health Sciences University should follow the guidelines within this policy when determining authorship to scholarly activities, e.g., manuscripts, grants, presentations, and electronic communication.