University to Participate in New USG Campus Safety and Security Committee

“The safety and well being of our students, our faculty and staff on our campuses is both a concern and a priority,” said Huckaby. “Looking ahead in the University System, as we work to be more student-focused in the academic performance of students, I have concluded that we must simultaneously sharpen our focus on campus safety and behavior.”

41st Annual ‘A Day for Southern’ Breaks Record to Raise More Than $2.2 million

Georgia Southern University’s 41st annual A Day for Southern fundraising campaign has raised $2,221,424 breaking last year’s record of $2.1 […]

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Georgia Southern University Kicks Off 41st Annual ‘A Day for Southern’ Community Campaign

Georgia Southern University kicks off its 41st annual A Day for Southern community fundraising campaign today. The fundraising tradition began as […]

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Moth Project to Attract ‘Second-Shift Pollinators’ on Campus

“This visually stunning project acts as the stage for a public art experience, cross-pollinating various disciplines, and further expanding an understanding of and appreciation for moths and other nighttime pollinators that are vital to the area,” said Georgia Southern Professor Jeff Schumki.

Georgia Southern University hosted the first of four Ogeechee River Research public information session on Tuesday, Aug 26 at the Georgia Southern University Performing Arts Center. The supplemental environmental project  is an opportunity for the university and the Phinizy Center for Water Sciences to conduct basic research designed to ensure a long-term and holistic approach for research on the river.

Georgia Southern University and the Phinizy Center Talk Ogeechee River Project

“Georgia Southern University is an emerging research university,” said Charles Patterson, vice president for Research and Economic Development. “The spectrum of research that happens on campus is vast and the University has spent decades building facilities that will be a part of this research.”