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News & Announcements

Two Georgia Southern Professors Elected to Governing Council of National Undergraduate Research Organization

Associate Professor Kymberly Drawdy, Ph.D., who works in the College of Education’s Department of Teaching and Learning, and Assistant Professor Laurie Gould, who works in the College of Liberal Arts and Social Sciences’ Department of Criminal Justice and Criminology, have both been appointed to serve as councilors on the Social Sciences Division of the Council on Undergraduate […]

Georgia Southern University Hosts Nutrition Training to Reverse Childhood Obesity

Martha Fannin of Columbus, Georgia and Shirley Jefferson of Augusta, Georgia listen to instructions from Michael Diangelo, executive chef at Forest Heights Country Club, on how to prepare healthier school meals. School nutrition managers from across the state of Georgia gathered at Georgia Southern University to attend Culinary Institute II, a 32-hour, weeklong training session by the Georgia Department of Education’s School Nutrition Program.  The training session includes instruction and hands-on experiences.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.


Georgia Southern Stories

Hail To The Chief

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.

Georgia's Top Teacher

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.”

True Blue at Georgia Southern