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Spotlight on Culture: Visit the Georgia Museum of Art and the Georgia Botanical Gardens

Online students, we know that you’re busy during the year, since most of you are juggling a career, school and family, among other things. But, in light of the perfect weather that we’ve been enjoying in Athens, it’s only appropriate that we highlight two of Athens’ cultural hubs: the Georgia Museum of Art and the State Botanical Garden of Georgia. If you get a chance this summer, bring the family to Athens over any given weekend or on a weekday when the chance presents itself. Here’s some information about the two locations, as well as some really cool events going on this summer.

An Education Isn’t All M.S. Pharmacy Student Melinda Smith Gets From Her Online Program

Melinda Smith, a student of the Master of Science in Pharmacy with an emphasis in BioPharma Regulatory Affairs program, is currently over ten years into her career, and holds the position of Director of Quality and Regulatory Devices at NeoMed, but she’s still attaining her master’s degree. This program prepares highly skilled professionals to oversee the approval for new product lines and to manage compliance with complex regulatory policies and procedures.

Kelly Meyer, Distance Learning Coordinator for Grady College, Recognized by Past Student

Kelly Meyer is the Distance Learning Coordinator for Grady College of Journalism and Mass Communication, and is also instrumental in the administration of the low residency MFA in Narrative Media Writing program. Recently, a former student of hers wrote an article as part of a series for HuffPost Gratitude, entitled ‘The One Thing I’m Most Thankful For,’ which was published by the Huffington Post’s Gratitude section. Amanda Barnard was enrolled in one of Kelly’s classes at the University of Nebraska-Lincoln (UNL) where she taught before coming to UGA.

Online Student’s Love of Technology Leads to an Online Program

UGA online student, Ben Hall, is applying his life-long passion for technology to his studies in the online M.Ed. Learning Design and Technology (LDT) program. Having taken online classes before, he fell into the common misconception that all online classes were the same—“here is a course module and you will complete it and on to the next course module.” However, Ben found that the online LDT program at UGA was different with more collaborative and interactive content than he had expected.