January, 2013

Coastal Plain Research

The University’s Coastal Plain Science research group provides opportunities for students and faculty while addressing important community issues throughout the […]

Honors Student Selected for National Science Foundation Graduate Research Fellowship

Georgia Southern University Honors Program senior chemistry major Stephen Crooke of Claxton, Ga. has won the National Science Foundation Graduate […]

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Changing Gears at Camp Lawton

Lance Greene, the new historical archaeologist in the Department of Anthropology and Sociology, is now the lead researcher on the […]

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Graduate Students Receive Averitt Awards for Research and Instruction

The Averitt Award is the highest honor bestowed upon graduate students within the Jack N. Averitt College of Graduate Studies. […]

Faculty Publications

Karl Peace, Ph.D. Interval-Censored Time-to-Event Data: Methods and Applications Karl E. Peace, Ph.D., senior research scientist and professor of biostatistics […]

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Professor Seeks to Lessen Damage from Natural Threats

A $377,000 grant to University researcher Clark Alexander will lead to enhanced protection of the southeastern coast from the threats […]

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Ahad Researches Muscle Health

Electrical engineering professor Mohammad Ahad is engaged in research focusing on instrumentation design innovations by adapting a promising new technology […]

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History Professor Discovers Hidden Chinese Trade Routes

Georgia Southern University history professor Robert Batchelor, Ph.D., has uncovered centuries-old Chinese trade routes that have been hidden for nearly […]

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Social Networking Sites Affect Principals Hiring Decisions

College of Education professor Marlynn Griffin has published a study that looks at whether school principals are influenced by posts […]

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3D Laser Scanning Measures Ancient Skulls

Matt Williamson, director of Georgia Southern’s Human Osteology and Gross Anatomy Laboratories and a biological anthropologist in the College of […]