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Topic: Georgia College

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The Brain has inferred the following facts from reading text collected on the topic:
Most admires:All cheerleaders
People talk about their ..:Rudeness
Religion(s):Christian - Evangelical
Dream job(s):Teacher,  Nurse,  Social worker
Education:College,  Post-graduate,  Junior High School
Interest(s):Business,  English,  Psychology
Favorite sport(s):Volleyball
Favorite destination(s):United States of America
Ultimate fantasy(s):Going back to school
Favorite type of dance(s):Ballroom
Membership(s):Local Chamber of Commerce
Favorite quote(s):"Education is a progressive discovery of our own ignorance." - Will Durant
"Good teaching is one-fourth preparation and three-fourths theater." - Gail Godwin
 Expert Talk
The Brain has selected interesting relevant sentences from the web. It automatically assigned them to some of our fictitious experts based on their personalities.

Ben Werner,
Student Newspaper Editor

Department of Justice has brought criminal civil rights actions against students attending institutions ranging from small liberal arts colleges in Massachusetts and Georgia to large state universities in Florida and California.
Colleges and universities all over the United States are dismantling affirmative action admissions policies , and court decisions such as the one released last week in Georgia are challenging those that attempt to continue to consider race in admissions decisions.
John Fielding,

Georgia State University, College of Health and Human Sciences, Atlanta, GA July 2001 – January 2002 Independent Consultant , Served as the college’s consultant in reorganizing its computer technology support program.
Mack Robinson College of Business at Georgia State University prepares graduates to assume top-level executive positions in complex health services organizations.
It is an advanced Web-based system developed in the Georgia's Family Connections program for the Medical College of Georgia to support distance health education and collaboration among patients and healthcare workers.
Brian Mengel,
Civil Servant

Back to top of the page SECTION IV RIGHTS AND RESPONSIBILITIES OF THE UNIVERSITY North Georgia College and State University recognizes that its basic responsibility is to identify and to maintain the academic and technical standards fundamental to providing quality academic programs while ensuring the rights of individuals with disabilities.
North Georgia College and State University has the responsibility to adjust, substitute, or waive any academic requirements within the policies of the Board of Regents that unfairly discriminate against a student with a disability and that are not essential to the integrity of the student's academic program.
North Georgia College and State University has the responsibility to make "reasonable modifications" to its policies, practices, and procedures so that people with disabilities can have access to all the goods, services, and other opportunities it provides.
Dave Simons,
Internet Entrepeneur

Georgia College and State University EIS Facilitates the work of faculty and others in the preparation of content ranging from words that need to be marked-up in HTML to 2D/3D graphics, animation, streaming video to interactive movies, music and other media.
Arthur Dawkins,

The College was reincorporated into the University of Georgia and made responsible to the president of the University for teaching and such research as the teaching faculty were able to conduct.
Josh Hogan,

Although North Georgia College and State University provides for Army ROTC only, its "Hall of Fame" members come from all the military branches.
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