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Cochran joins NGTC Clarkesville library team

By Ken Stanford Reporter
CLARKESVILLE - Marie Cochran became acquainted with North Georgia Technical College in the Fall of 2012, when she collaborated with the Photography department faculty while an artist-in-residence at the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega. <br /> <br /> As part of the Affrilachian Artist Project, she encouraged students to explore the diversity of our region. <br /> <br /> Recently, Marie was hired as Clarkesville Campus Library Assistant, establishing a permanent relationship with the college. <br /> <br /> Cochran's talents are already being put to use in the Women's History Month display which adorns the Clarkesville Campus Library.
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