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 />
As part of the Affrilachian Artist Project, she encouraged students to explore the diversity of our region. <br />
Recently, Marie was hired as Clarkesville Campus Library Assistant, establishing a permanent relationship with the college. <br />
Cochran's talents are already being put to use in the Women's History Month display which adorns the Clarkesville Campus Library.
Campaign finance reports filed by state and local officials in Georgia are often riddled with mistakes and discrepancies, with some leaving tens of thousands of dollars in campaign cash apparently unaccounted for, an Atlanta newspaper investigation shows.
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In its mission to develop students into leaders for a diverse and global society, the University of North Georgia (UNG) continues to grow programs and initiatives that invest in the internationalization of its faculty and students.