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News & Announcements
School nutrition managers from across the state of Georgia recently gathered at Georgia Southern University to attend Culinary Institute II, a 32-hour, weeklong training session.
"This is a milestone day for Georgia Southern University, and we are very excited to be joining the Sun Belt conference," Georgia Southern President Brooks Keel, Ph.D., told a standing room only crowd in the Williams Center during the official announcement.
Georgia Southern Stories
Chris Riley (’92) once had his heart set on becoming a CIA agent. That all changed once he began his second quarter of Arabic at Georgia Southern and his professor pulled him aside. “He said, ‘You know there really are not a lot of red-haired, fair-skinned agents in Arabic-speaking countries!’ and he was correct,” said Riley.
When Jemelleh Coes (‘08, ‘10) began her first year as an undergraduate at Georgia Southern University, she originally planned to pursue a career in nursing. “My maiden name was Nurse, and I always wanted to helped others,” she said. “I really thought I would be Nurse Nurse.”