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Georgia Southern University Offers New Tool To Match

The database of courses is large and continuously updated, so students may match additional courses not shown when using the tool. A representative from the Military Resource Center will contact those who inquire so a plan can be tailored to a student’s specific needs.

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Georgia Southern Division Of Continuing Education Offers

The Georgia Southern University Division of Continuing Education is offering 10 online, skills-based courses free of charge in an effort to support community members during the COVID-19 pandemic. The non-credit bearing courses aim to offer personal enrichment and professional development options, from honing one’s communication style to small business marketing.

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Georgia Southern Moves More Than 5,000 Classes Online

As Georgia Southern University moved more than 5,000 classes online in response to the COVID-19 pandemic, many of the students who started back to classes today discovered professors who are engaging students with creative solutions for remote learning during unprecedented times. "These are units that don't traditionally go online,” stated Dustin Anderson, Ph.D., associate professor …

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Georgia Southern College Of Education, Chatham County

A strategic partnership between Georgia Southern University’s College of Education and the Savannah-Chatham County Public School System (SCCPSS) has earned a top state accolade. The Georgia Association of School Personnel Administrators (GASPA) annually recognizes successes in state school districts with the Best in Class recognition program.

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Georgia Southern University Officially Opens Landmark

Occurring over four weeks in May and June 2020, the courses will center on the unique emigration story that links the county of Wexford and the city of Savannah. “During the early summer of 2020, these courses will provide undergraduate students with opportunities to conduct primary-source research at the Wexford County Archive and elsewhere

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Georgia Southern University Police Department Applauded

Capt. Joshua Barker demonstrates wound care during a Stop the Bleed training class. The Georgia Southern University Police Department (UPD)continues to go above and beyond to ensure the University is a safe and better place to live and work. In an extraordinary achievement, a UPD group of 68 sworn employees – officers and dispatchers – […]

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Team USA Archery Head Coach Teaches Class At Georgia

The USA Olympic Archery Team’s head coach, Kisik Lee, recently taught a Level 4 National Training System certified archery course at the Shooting Sports Education Center (SSEC) on the Georgia Southern Statesboro Campus. Lee’s course was one of only two classes per year, and it was the first of its kind held outside of the […]

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2019 Georgia Southern Alumni Association Awards Honor

The 2019 Georgia Southern University Alumni Association Awards were presented Saturday, April 13 to eight distinguished alumni at the Nessmith-Lane Center on the Statesboro Campus.

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Celebrated Political And Academic Leaders To Address

Georgia Southern University alumni and leaders from the state’s highest political office and academic offices will address Georgia Southern’s 2018 Fall Commencement graduating class at ceremonies in Statesboro and Savannah on Dec. 7 and 8. Alumnus and Governor’s Chief of Staff Chris Riley will speak to Statesboro Campus graduates Chris Riley, chief of staff for […]

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Georgia Southern, East Georgia State College Sign

EGSC courses taught by the college’s faculty will be offered on the GS Statesboro Campus. The courses offered will be primarily those that enable students to complete an associate of arts and/or sciences degree and to successfully transfer to GS without loss of academic credit.

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Georgia Southern Student Selected As Board Of Regents

“My courses gave me experience in a number of different software and technologies being used in business today. Through my extracurriculars, I was able to meet and network with a lot of current and former students, building invaluable connections.”

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Take college courses for free. March 22, 2017. Georgia Southern hosts Move On When Ready information session on April 3. The Georgia Southern University Office of Admissions will host an information session on the Move On When Ready (MOWR) program for local high school students interested in learning more about the initiative. The session will

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Scholarship Honoring Bonds Family

The Dr. Charles and Dr. Lella Bonds Scholarship, created in honor of two exceptional Georgia Southern University alumni and former members of the College of Education (COE), is available to students pursuing degrees in education. “What distinguishes a college beyond the caliber of the faculty who teach the courses and the rigor of the curriculum […]

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Georgia Southern Alumna Finds Home In Campus Recreation

Jenna Morogiello, coordinator of injury prevention and care at Campus Recreation and Intramurals, chats with a student on the field. Patient care has always been an aspect of athletic training that has drawn Jenna Morogiello (’17) to the field. In her current role as the coordinator of injury prevention and care at Campus Recreation and […]

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3D Art Students Create Collaborative Public Project For

The individual feathers were crafted by students from two introductory ceramics courses while two advanced ceramics students on the Armstrong Campus, Jamel Richardson and Sabrina Harn, glazed and fired all of the pieces.

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Innovating For A Cause: Georgia Southern University

As the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded and healthcare organizations began experiencing shortages of personal protective equipment (PPE), faculty, staff and students at Georgia Southern University stepped up to fulfill a need. A 3D-printed Montana Mask Making use of the 3D printers on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses, as well as at the FabLab at the Business […]

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Site-synchronous Classrooms At Georgia Southern Connecting

Right now the site-synchronous environment is being used in one of Anderson’s literature classes, “Liars, Guns, & Money,” as well as in a couple courses in the CEC, such as Comparative Languages taught by Daniel Liang, Ph.D. Anderson said he hopes there are more courses offered in this environment in the future.

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Georgia Southern Lands Contract To Help Launch U.S. Naval

Georgia Southern University has won the opportunity for a future contract with the U.S. Navy to help expand educational opportunities for active-duty sailors, Marines and Coast Guardsmen. The University is among 119 colleges from across the country that were selected to provide distance and online learning curriculum and courses to the military members.

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Georgia Southern College Of Business Hosts Professional

Students in the College of Business will have the opportunity to participate in professional development courses and hear from representatives from various corporations during the second annual Professional Development Day (PDD) on Tuesday, Sept. 26. The event will begin at 9:30 a.m. and will allow students to learn about topics ranging from leadership, interview skills, […]

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Making History Georgia Southern Magazine

“The program paired courses in a very interesting way,” she recalled. “For instance, we had a philosophy professor teaching with an art professor, and then a course that combined the study of philosophy as well as the history of art. So that provided a very interesting perspective.”

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College Of Business Programs Prepare Students For Fraud

The Fraud Examination Certificate program includes the courses Fraud Schemes, Fraud Examination, White Collar Crime, and Forensic Interviews and Interrogation. Georgia Southern’s program was designed to prepare Forensic Accounting Masters …

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Georgia Southern University Establishes Learning Center In

On the 24th anniversary of its founding, Georgia Southern University’s Center for Irish Research and Teaching (CIRT) is moving in new directions locally and abroad to provide unparalleled opportunities for students. The University announced Monday the center is relocating from the University’s Statesboro Campus to the Armstrong Campus in Savannah and will be bolstered by […]

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Dual Enrollment ‘too Good A Deal To Pass Up’ For Georgia

Shearer was able to take courses including sign language, biology, human anatomy, theater appreciation, English history and world religion, all with little to no costs. This paved the way for her to pick up a second major after enrolling as a full-time student.

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Georgia Southern Theatre Professor Appointed Regional

Georgia Southern University theatre professor Lisa Abbott has stepped into a new role as the Kennedy Center American College Theater Festival (KCACTF) region 4 chair. As chair of region 4, Abbott works with a leadership team that puts together the regional KCACTF festival for Alabama, Georgia, Florida, Kentucky, Tennessee, Mississippi, North Carolina, South Carolina, Virginia, […]

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Waters College Of Health Professions Faculty Receive

Faculty in the Waters College of Health Professions Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology have been awarded a nearly $30,000 grant to adopt and or create low- and no-cost course materials for human anatomy and physiology (HAP) laboratory courses at Georgia Southern University. The HAP laboratory course is a two-sequence course required of all allied […]

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Georgia Southern College Of Education Professor Represents

College of Education's Karin Fisher, Ph.D. (far left), was one of 10 college professors in the United States to be selected to participate in the Council for Exceptional Children’s Special Education Legislative Summit held in Washington D.C., in July. Karin Fisher, Ph.D., assistant professor at Georgia Southern University College of Education, was one of 10 […]

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Georgia Southern Alumna Harnesses The Power Of Children’s

For children’s literature expert and educator Katy Basch (’17), picture books transcend elementary classrooms, and have found a home in her college classroom. “Children’s literature is a powerful tool,” said Basch. “You can pull from the wealth of knowledge in books. Everything you need to teach has a correlating book.” Basch has taught literacy education […]

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High School Students Invited To Georgia Southern’s

In search of more academic challenges, high school sophomore Kaylee McCook has found her niche at the Georgia Southern University Liberty Campus through Dual Enrollment, a program where high school students can enroll in college courses for little to no cost. The 15 year old, who enrolled in the program earlier than the minimum age […]

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Georgia Southern Expands Master Of Science In Electrical

Three or more courses are offered each semester, with core courses offered on a one-year rotation, enabling students to complete the program in two years or less. The degree program is open to the public and is now admitting applicants for both spring and fall 2021 semesters.

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Providing For A School’s Needs During A Time Of Change

Now almost a month into online courses, Thompson said things are calming down some as teachers and students are settling in to the new normal. “One of the most important things we remind our teachers is to keep it simple,” said Thompson. “You can’t take the bait on all the new, exciting software that is suddenly being offered for free.

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Taboo No More: Wikipedia Moves From Secondary Source To

From left, History professor Kathleen Comerford, Ph.D., Sadie Ingram and Katherine Shaffer Georgia Southern University history professor Kathleen Comerford, Ph.D., turned to an unlikely source for her students’ research projects after access to primary sources was limited during the COVID-19 pandemic. The students were tasked with writing Wikipedia articles as their projects, which …

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With Final Accreditation, New Georgia Southern Music

The music industry program includes courses in music management, live sound, recording studio techniques, digital audio workstations and music entrepreneurship. “The numerous music industries in Savannah include music manufacturers, performing organizations/venues and major music festivals. These industries can provide ample internship

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Academic Opportunities Inspire High School Student To Dual

Dual enrollment allows motivated high school students to challenge themselves through college coursework, and in most cases, courses are free. Students can take a single course or enroll full time. Some students who participate in dual enrollment graduate high school earning as much as two years’ worth of college credit.

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New Inclusive Post-secondary Education Program At Georgia

The Academy is also incorporated into the undergraduate education curriculum for special education and dual certification (early childhood and special education) degree programs. Students taking assessment courses in these majors are introduced to the …

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English As A Second Language Lunch And Learn To Take Place

Georgia Southern’s Division of Continuing Education is excited to launch English as a Second Language community courses in a Lunch and Learn format this summer. This short-term class will offer a casual and relaxed setting for individuals who want to improve conversational and professional English language skills. Sessions will be held every Monday and Wednesday, […]

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Georgia Southern University Establishes First Scientific

Georgia Southern University’s expanding campus just got 1,400 acres larger. While the University is working on the upcoming consolidation with Armstrong State University located in Savannah and Hinesville, and an enlarged student population of 27,000, the Statesboro-based University has acquired its first permanent scientific field station.

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Online Master Of Science In Applied Economics Prepares

The courses taught in the online MSAE program are based on economic theory, providing a foundation in the structure and common patterns of business and policy decisions. Students are taught to quantify relationships while evaluating the relative importance of changes in the economic environment. Through courses and case studies, students are

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Master Of Accounting Program At Georgia Southern Ranked No

The AACSB International accredited program provides students with the opportunity to focus on forensic accounting and offers courses in SAP® systems. Other courses offered by the Georgia Southern MAcc program include current legal issues, fraudulent financial reporting, seminar in accounting information systems and tax research, among others.

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Georgia Southern’s Online Master Of Education Program

Georgia Southern University’s online Master of Education (M.Ed.) in Educational Leadership degree was recently ranked No. 48 in the nation by BestColleges.com, a leading source that provides students with higher education research and free college planning resources. “Our newly redesigned master’s in educational leadership is a great opportunity for those looking to transition into

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Compelled To Mentor, Graduate Redirects Studies To Coach

“It was a lot different than I thought it would be,” he said. “When it came to my education courses, I didn’t have to push so hard to pay attention. I was excited.” Kistler said the opportunity to consistently learn in and outside of the classroom reaffirmed his decision.

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Georgia Southern Graduate Finds Purpose Within Campus

Reid eventually joined the CRI Challenge Course staff and thrived assisting individuals and groups meet their personal growth through challenge courses. “In my time working with CRI and Southern Adventures I developed a passion for being able to help people and work with different groups while helping others realize their goals,” Reid said.

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Students Earn Awards In National Model African Union

Throughout the history of the Center, courses have included an array of interests like the geography of the Sahara, African American politics, African American history and African American theatre. “I would love to see the program grow in faculty, students and courses offered,” said Jallow. “There is a market here for this kind of education.

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Georgia Southern Professor Named National Outstanding

Tolman joined the University in 2017 and teaches online and hybrid graduate-level courses in educational leadership. “I utilize an online platform, so that students can easily make appointments with me,” explained Tolman. “Students know they can at any point schedule an appointment with me via face-to-face, phone or video chat.”

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Register Your Little Eagles For The I²STEMe Experience

Some of the courses offered are Girls – Hop To It, a science-based, hands-on nature day camp where girls will learn about reptiles and amphibians; Eagle Expedition, a unique marine science camp with STEM experiences; and two engineering STEM camps: Gear It Up, where students will conduct research experiments designed specifically for

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Communication Arts Faculty Coauthors New Text For

Reed Smith, Ph.D., professor of multimedia film and production, coauthored the fifth edition of Broadcast Announcing Worktext, released by Taylor & Francis Group, to help students enhance their skill sets in broadcast. Broadcast Announcing Worktext uses practical experience, traditional teaching methods and principles of good performance to introduce key concepts that are developed …

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Georgia Southern’s RN To BSN Helps Graduates Elevate Their

The fully online program is designed for working registered nurses and can be completed in as few as two semesters, or one year, with only eight courses to complete the degree. Martin could complete studies at her own pace, and her employer benefits program covered almost the …

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Betty Foy Sanders Department Of Art Hosts Online

Though there was a huge disruption of the class due to COVID-19, our students fought back the adversity and completed their courses as shining stars. This is an extraordinary situation and none of us were prepared for the uncertainty and the technological challenges, but it did not stop them from moving forward to their success.

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