Johns Creek campus produces Alcon's VisionCare lines

Johns Creek campus produces Alcon's VisionCare lines

Expanding its Johns Creek operations to meet worldwide demand, Alcon is fueling the local economy in unique and compelling ways.

Cultivating the next generation of researchers and practitioners

Cultivating the next generation of researchers and practitioners

The Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology (GSMST) makes it possible for high school students to test drive a career path.

Fulton is transforming teacher selection

Fulton is transforming teacher selection

Earlier in this spring, Fulton County Schools' Teacher Selection Model officially opened to potential teacher candidates wanting to join the district for the 2014-2015 school year.

In the Path of Growth

Milestone for PCOM School of Pharmacy

Spirits are high at the Suwanee-based Georgia Campus-Philadelphia College of Osteopathic Medicine.

Suniva integral to Mexico solar power project

The most exhilarating six minutes of your career

Georgia's premiere technology investor conference issues a call for 2014 presenters.

In Your Face: getting to know Charles Pace

Finding fantastic food in Gwinnett and North Fulton

Here are juicy tidbits to whet your appetite!

10 'Tough Love' truths for business owners

Gwinnett Tech, leading the way

Now the state's second largest technical college, Gwinnett Technical College serves more than 20,000 students annually in college credit, adult education and continuing education courses.

Protect your identity; shred personal records for free Aug. 2

Johns Creek residents can safely dispose of sensitive documents Saturday, Aug. 2, 9 a.m. to 1p.m. at Panera Bread Company, 11715 Medlock Bridge Road, Johns Creek, GA 30097.

The commercial shredding service is sponsored by the restaurant chain, Keep Johns Creek Beautiful, and the City of J more ...

July 21, 2014

Johns Creek campus produces Alcon's VisionCare lines

Expanding its Johns Creek operations to meet worldwide demand, Alcon is fueling the local economy in unique and compelling ways. This remarkable manufacturing, research and development and distribution campus, tucked into the beautiful environs of North Fulton, is having a ripple effect around th more ...

July 14, 2014

Area teachers immerse themselves in STEM experience

A select group of local teachers will approach the upcoming school year new zeal. This is thanks to the inaugural STEM Summer Immersion Program, a continuing education opportunity made possible through funds from the Gwinnett Environmental and Heritage Center (GEHC) Foundation.

Fresh from more ...

July 14, 2014

Cultivating the next generation of researchers and practitioners

The Gwinnett School of Mathematics, Science and Technology (GSMST) makes it possible for high school students to test drive a career path. GSMST's Internship Program is a component of an articulated four-year program of career exploration and professional preparation, specifically for the fields more ...

July 11, 2014

Premier cycling event debuts in Duluth

Downtown Duluth is readying for an inaugural closed course cycling event debuting August 2, 2014. The Georgia Cup-Duluth Twilight Criterium (Georgia Cup) will host 600 cyclists, among them top professional and amateur racers in the Southeast region and beyond, competing for a $15,000 prize purse. more ...

July 11, 2014

Thinking stuff up is easy

Thomas Edison quipped that, "Genius was one percent inspiration and 99 percent perspiration." Given that he was a pretty smart fella, I think I'll agree with him. Most people I talk to concur that implementation is a far bigger challenge than coming up with ideas themselves, even though ideas see more ...

July 11, 2014

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