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This Month in Georgia Trend

February 2015
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Georgia's New Trustees

Georgia's New Trustees

The Shepherd Center’s Alana Shepherd and SCAD President Paula Wallace are the 2015 recipients of the state’s highest honor.

Published: February 2015
Lighting The Way

Lighting The Way

In response to tragedy, Alana Shepherd and her family have built one of the best hospitals in the country.

Published: February 2015
Renaissance Woman

Renaissance Woman

Paula Wallace has redefined arts education for students around the world.

Published: February 2015
Where Science and Commerce Intersect

Where Science and Commerce Intersect

For 25 years, the Georgia Research Alliance has been bringing high-tech, high-value jobs to the state.

Published: February 2015
Worth The Visit

Worth The Visit

A look at five destination cities across Georgia that are attracting tourists.

Published: February 2015
Change Of Heart

Change Of Heart

Long considered a man’s disease, heart disease is finally achieving recognition as a condition that equally – but sometimes differently – affects women.

Published: February 2015
Engineered For Success

Engineered For Success

Georgia’s engineering programs are adapting to the changing technological environment and producing more engineers than ever.

Published: February 2015
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Archive »Our State

Cherokee County: Building A Following

Cherokee County: Building A Following

New talent, businesses and investment.

Published: February 2015
Dodge County: Toward A Common Goal

Dodge County: Toward A Common Goal

Aerospace, infrastructure and industry development.

Published: February 2015
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Archive »Up Front

Economic Development: February 2015

Christy Simo writes about economic development, including Mercedes-Benz heading to Georgia

Published: February 2015

Organizations: Year Up

Candice Dyer shows how Year Up helps underserved students learn the skills needed for a new career.

Published: February 2015

Political Notes: February 2015

David Perdue heads to D.C., Sally Quillian Yates is nominated for deputy attorney general and more runoffs for Georgia House seats.

Published: February 2015
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Archive »Commentary

Neely Young: Arkansas Bound

Neely Young: Arkansas Bound

Georgia’s hospitals are facing funding issues after the state opted out of the Affordable Care Act’s Medicaid requirements, but another state may have found a solution.

Published: February 2015
Business Casual: In Sadness And Solidarity

Business Casual: In Sadness And Solidarity

The events in Paris this January have touched many of us in a personal way.

Published: February 2015
Georgia View: The Bigger Picture

Georgia View: The Bigger Picture

Georgia’s ports have a huge economic impact on small businesses around the state.

Published: February 2015
Economy: "A" Grades All Around

Economy: "A" Grades All Around

Things are looking up for Georgia’s A-Team: Atlanta, Albany, Athens and Augusta.

Published: February 2015
Sustainable Georgia: Fixing A Leaking Faucet

Sustainable Georgia: Fixing A Leaking Faucet

Our water issues show no signs of abating, but hopefully we can build on last year’s momentum to find a long-term solution.

Published: February 2015
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Archive »Downtime

Art Of The Meal: Paper Plane

Art Of The Meal: Paper Plane

Understated wit and outstanding cocktails define Paper Plane in Decatur.

Published: February 2015
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