University To Host Horizon Saxophone Quartet

Horizon Saxophone Quartet, a component of the United States Air Force Band of the West, will present a concert at […]

Georgia Southern Donates Golf Winnings to CASA

Georgia Southern University today donated $1,500 to the Bulloch Court Appointed Special Advocate (CASA). The gift, a result of the […]

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University’s College of Education Ranks Top 75

“We’re pleased to be in the top 100 tier,” said Thomas Koballa, Ph.D., dean for the College of Education. “The College of Education continues its commitment to offer high-quality online graduate programs which provide students with the cutting-edge skills they need to increase their employment options. We have a committed faculty trained to teach distance learners, and students from across the region and state know they will be engaged in a rigorous graduate program that furthers their career as an educator in many professional settings.”

Mindo Coudforest Foundation (MCF) President Brian Krohnke shakes hands with Acting Vice President of Research and Economic Development Dr. Don McLemore, after signing a memorandum of understanding to officially establish Georgia Southern University's first permanent research station in Latin America. The new partnership will provide opportunities for faculty, undergraduates and graduates to conduct innovative and groundbreaking research on sustainable livelihoods and development, transnational connections, reforestation, climate change and more.

University Partners to Establish Human-Environment Research Station

“It’s always a good day to see the Eagle Nation spread a little wider,” said President Brooks A. Keel, Ph.D. “This historic event truly does allow us to forge a partnership to establish our first permanent research station in Latin America. Students and faculty will be able to experience South American culture and heritage while gaining valuable research experience.”

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MLK Celebration Speaker Moved to Feb. 18

The University has rescheduled its MLK Celebration speaker Michele Norris, the first African-American female host for NPR, until Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 7 p.m.