| 11/19/2013 04:18 AM
(Augusta, GA) –Paine College’s Dr. Edem Tetteh, Assistant Vice President for Academic Affairs and Associate Professor of Math, Sciences, and Technology was recently awarded a grant by Georgia’s leading natural gas provider, Georgia Natural Gas®. Tetteh was honored during the organization’s TrueBlue Community Awards along with 13 Georgia nonprofit organizations.
“On behalf of Paine College,” Tetteh shared, “It is such an honor to be recognized as one of the recipients of the Georgia Natural Gas Community award this year".
Tetteh explained with this award, a service learning program will be designed for Paine College students focusing on energy management.
The students will use the houses of elderly citizens and residents below the poverty line in Augusta as laboratories to learn new methodologies in energy efficiency assessment and waste remediation. “This will be a win-win situation for the students to learn energy, the homeowners to have their houses to be energy efficient” said Tetteh.
All thirteen of the award-winning nonprofit organizations exemplify GNG's commitment and support for children and education, seniors, energy assistance, and environmental sustainability in Georgia. This is the third year for GNG's TrueBlue Community Awards.
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Photo caption: Dr. Edem Tetteh, recent Georgia Natural Gas® TrueBlue Community Award recipient.