Category: Schools & Talent

Racing Robots

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

This week’s blog is from Kevin Lawver, bona fide geek, certified webhead, eloquent pontificator, and serious-minded CTO at NY-based Planted, a career-building employment platform.  Kevin put down roots in Savannah almost a decade ago and we’re lucky to have him in our community.  Read on as Kevin assesses the future of the U.S. economy and […]

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Tell Your Story

Wednesday, November 16, 2016

This week’s blog is from Kara Ford, human spark plug, Savannah native, true PR professional, and Creative Coast fanatic.  Kara is one of those people who makes juggling look easy….she can easily keep a dozen tasks moving forward while enjoying a cup at The Bean. Read on as Kara puts a little spin on her field, her […]

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Challenging College Creatives Fuels Our Brand

Wednesday, September 14, 2016

This week’s blog is from TJ Neal, co-founder of House of Legends Threads, the Savannah-based retail platform that helps young creatives launch new fashion and lifestyle products while using profits to support educational growth in creative fields.  You got to love this guy.  Launching a business.  Helping aspiring designers and creatives get a start in their […]

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Gaming in the Classroom

Wednesday, August 31, 2016

This week’s blog is from Maria Dixon, veteran web developer, talented graphic designer and now educator extraordinaire!  Maria may be the solution to bringing more young people into the world of coding as she has a knack for getting students interested in tech stuff. Read on as Maria connects the classroom to Geekend, the growing must-attend […]

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We Impress!

Wednesday, June 29, 2016

This week’s blog is from Savannah native Jordan Riles Ogden, a rising entrepreneur with a flair for helping people of all ages achieve and be their best. Jordan has presented her business concept both pre-launch and post-launch at 1 Millions Cups and is eager to tell her story. Read on as Jordan impresses on us […]

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Why College is The Best Time to Start a Business

Wednesday, May 18, 2016

This week’s blog is from Andy Cabistan, eternal optimist, enterprising entrepreneur, and man with a ready smile for all he encounters.  For the college (or high school) students out there, Andy has some valuable reasons for jumping on the entrepreneur train now rather than waiting at the station.  Read on as Andy shares his excitement […]

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Collaboration & Collective Knowledge

Wednesday, April 20, 2016

This week’s blog is from April Brooks, educator extraordinaire and founding member of Teach The Future, a fellowship of private and public school teachers dedicated to connecting and collaborating with Savannah’s creative enterprises and industries so students can interact and learn directly from our community’s technology and innovation experts.  Read on as April shares what happens […]

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Three Truths I Learned In Three Days

Wednesday, March 30, 2016

This week’s blog is from Layne Livingston, a Georgia Southern student bitten by the entrepreneurial bug. Layne recently participated GSU’s 3 Day Startup program then upped the ante by competing in FastPitch 2016 where she won second runner up in the student category. Read on as Layne shares three key takeaways from her foray into […]

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When Creativity and Secrets Collide

Tuesday, September 11, 2007

Everyone loves to find out a secret, right? And what could be better than juicy secrets merged with a community art project? Well, in case you have been living under a popular blog rock for the past few years, let me introduce you to the site PostSecret. PostSecret invites you to: anonymously contribute your secrets […]

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SCAD = Cutting Edge & Entrepreneurial

Thursday, August 30, 2007

“Cutting edge” and “entrepreneurial” are two words we love to hear around here, and SCAD was listed as both in the Kaplan College Guide and Fortune Magazine this past week. Holla! Woot Woot! Since I don’t have the Kaplan book, I’m quoting the Savannah Business Report & Journal: The Savannah College of Art and Design […]

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Blogger/Flickr Meetup & a SCAD Shout-Out

Thursday, August 16, 2007

Free this Saturday? Gennie from Dizzy Girl is hosting a Savannah Blogger/Flickr Members Meetup this Saturday starting with a photo excursion to Bonaventure Cemetery (2:30pm – 5:00pm) and ending with cold drinks at Loco’s on Abercorn (about 6:00pm). Check out her site for more details and registration info! Winners were announced earlier this month for […]

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AASU Awarded $3.4 Million in Grants

Wednesday, July 11, 2007

Armstrong Atlantic State University has been awarded three grants totaling $3.4 million dollars to enhance their nursing program and community health education. According to the Robert Wood Johnson Foundation: University System of Georgia Nursing Education Task Force grant will provide the college with $189,320 per year across three years to hire five additional full-time nursing […]

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SCAD Students Envision Savannah-Hilton Head Ferry

Monday, June 25, 2007

Imagine not having to drive over the river and through the woods to relax in Hilton Head, but instead being able to enjoy the trip from the water. A reality in many other coastal locations (Portland, ME, Cape Cod, Chesapeake Bay), the idea of linking Savannah and Hilton Head by ferry is not a new […]

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Designing for Sustainability Now

Monday, May 14, 2007

Part of SCAD‘s Style. Denis Blackburne, Chief Financial Officer of Melaver, Inc., will take part in the panel discussion Designing for Sustainability Now May 16 as part of Savannah College of Art and Design’s Style. The discussion is open to the public and will be held at 7:30 p.m. May 16 in the SCAD Student […]

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