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AbstractFeatures this week include: 2000 State Charitable Contributions program kicks off; Careful planning puts division ahead of the curve; Regents institute new review policy; Regent NeSmith chairing technology committee; 'Millionaire' contestant leaves empty-handed but rich in memories; Students urged to sign organ donor cards; MCG respiratory therapy students awarded; AOA induction ceremony slated Nov. 10; 96 students participating in pipeline program; Awards presented for Graduate Research Day participants; Grants enhance nurse anesthesia education; Researcher targeting postpartum fatigue; Lectureship honors Dr. McDonough.
CitationThe Beeper, 2000, Vol. 10, No. 22
AffiliationDivision of Institutional Relations
Series/Report no.2000: Vol. 10
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The Beeper [1999 Vol. 9, No. 3]Deriso, Christine Hurley; Steele, Deborah; Baker, Toni; Seigler, Peggy; Simkins, Sally L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1999-02-11)Features this week include: Findings show no criminal misappropriation of funds; CDC official to discuss challenges in health care; Brain mapping is topic of Deans' Symposia; Options wide open for nurses; Ms. Holman receives state award; Three medical technology students receive scholarships; Personality correlates with missing gene; Vaccine against human papilloma virus being tested; MCG summer jobs available for students; Library classes scheduled; Dental health fair scheduled Feb. 13; Hinman society donates $30,000 to MCG; Tips help improve interviewing skills; MCG studies link of calcium to heart disease; Music is a family affair for the Riveras; Classes help protect against rape; Summer programs target high school and college students; Dr. Loring edits dictionary; Dentists say good oral health starts in infancy.
The Beeper [1999 Vol. 9, No. 4]Seigler, Peggy; Baker, Toni; Steele, Deborah; Deriso, Christine Hurley; Simkins, Sally L.; Division of Institutional Relations; Division of Strategic Support (Medical College of Georgia, 1999-02-25)Features this week include: MCG hosts two-state program for dental hygiene students; MCG Health, Inc. Exec is ready for the job; Applications being accepted for pre-k program and summer camp; Joint study committee to be appointed; Juanita Sirmans dies at 80; Annual health fair scheduled for March 6 at Augusta mall; New technique could mean less surgery for breast cancer patients; GeorgiaHire links employees with employers; Behavior of dementia patients to be researched; Research Symposia scheduled March 22-23; Seminar offered for medical residents going into private practice; Moretz surgical society to meet March 5-6; Counseling available for faculty and staff; Exercise can be made fun for children; Higher price doesn't necessarily mean better; Savor every bite to eat right; MCG students' work will be home to Garcia family; Asthma management has no magic; Life's stresses can ruin more than a day.