January, 2012

Michael Braz:

Composing history Michael Braz vividly remembers the day he visited the Dachau concentration camp in the early 1970s. “A young […]

Research Uncovers Greater Understanding of Concussions

Georgia Southern researchers are finding new insights on the long-term effects of concussions on athletes with a $385,000 grant from […]

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National Geographic Features Grad Student’s Work

Georgia Southern graduate student Tom Condon’s research into Red Junglefowl chickens was featured in National Geographic Explorer’s “How Man Tamed […]

Rural Health Research Institute to Enhance Health of Underserved

Closing the health care gap that compromises the well-being of thousands of southeast Georgians is a major source of concern […]

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Dangers of Overtraining Cited

Department of Health and Kinesiology graduate director Jim McMillan and exercise science professor Stephen Rossi are conducting a series of […]


Solutions Sought to Reading Problems

Sally Brown, assistant professor in the College of Education, completed research exploring the reading, writing and thinking processes of young […]

Nursing Addresses Faculty, Minority Nurse Shortages

Georgia Southern’s School of Nursing in the College of Health and Human Sciences has been awarded two multi-year grants. The […]

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Alumnus Identifies New Hominid

Paleoanthropologist and Georgia Southern alumnus Lee Berger discovered and identified a new hominid species that may hold invaluable evidence in […]

Alternative Fuel Emissions Studied

Researchers in the Allen E. Paulson College of Science and Technology were awarded a $250,000 grant by the U.S. Department […]

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My Brother’s War

Hines’ poignant photo essay explores war’s aftermath Georgia Southern art professor Jessica Hines continues to turn heads using her emotionally […]