Georgia Southern’s Department of History continues the R. Frank Saunders, Jr. Lecture Series this week with a presentation titled, “Centennial Voices: Using Oral History to Preserve the Past and Prepare for the Future of the National Park Service.”
February is National Library Lovers Month, so instead of binging your favorite Netflix shows, put the remote down and pick up a binge-worthy book at Zach S. Henderson Library. To help you out, University faculty have recommended some of their favorite books that will rival even your favorite series.
“The Soul Within,” an exhibition of the works of Georgia Southern alumnus Abner Cope (‘74), is on display for its final week in the Roxie Remley Gallery as part of the Averitt Center for the Arts’ African-American Series.
The Georgia Southern University Business Innovation Group (BIG) invites the community to hear the latest ideas from today’s young minds during the annual 3 Day Startup (3DS) Pitch Presentations set for Feb. 26 at 7 p.m. in the Information Technology Building on campus. 3DS is a weekend-long program that recruits college students from a variety […]
Jody Langdon, Ph.D., associate professor of kinesiology in the School of Health and Kinesiology, has been awarded the Georgia Southern University Scholarship of Teaching and Learning (SoTL) Award for her research focused on autonomy-supportive teaching.