HIV Conference to Bring New Strategies to Rural Health Care

“At this conference there will be nationally recognized speakers who will share evidence-based strategies for improved quality of life, professional care, and empowering environments,” said Fayth Parks, Ed.D., conference chair and College of Education professor.

Campus Gears Up for Operation Move-In

“Last year, 3,131 students checked in on the day of Operation Move-In, 966 arrived prior to that day…and another 960 arrived the day after,” said Vickie Shaw, assistant director of University Housing. “If history repeats itself, and it has for several years, we will have about that same number this year.”

Dellarie Shilling, assistant professor in the School of Nursing, has been appointed by Governor Nathan Deal to serve on the Georgia Board of Nursing.

Governor Nathan Deal Appoints Professor to Georgia Board of Nursing

“This has been a private dream of mine for years, but to actually be invited, unsolicited, is one of the most uplifting events of my professional career,” Shilling said. “I have to thank Donna Hodnicki (Professor Emeritus) and Provost Jean Bartels for their wonderful mentorship to me over the years. Without their influence, I doubt I would have ever felt qualified to serve in this capacity.”

The Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Information Technology (CEIT) has been granted full accreditation by the Engineering Accreditation Commission (EAC) of the Accreditation Board of Engineering and Technology (ABET). The ABET accreditation is the first national accreditation for the University’s Civil, Electrical and Mechanical Engineering Bachelor of Science programs instituted in 2011.

Engineering Programs Receive National Accreditation

“Engineering drives innovation, which in turn drives the economy,” said Mohammad Davoud, dean of the College of Engineering and Information Technology. “We are proud that Georgia Southern has and will continue to prepare graduates who are highly qualified for careers as civil, electrical and mechanical engineers.”

Georgia Southern University Police Department received an $8,000 grant from the

University Police Department Receives $8,000 Grant for Breathalyzer

“The Georgia Southern University Police Department is proud to partner with The Governor’s Office of Highway Safety to help keep everyone safe on our roadways,” said Laura McCullough, assistant director of Public Safety. “We are extremely grateful to receive this grant because it enhances our continued efforts to provide a safe environment to the faculty, staff, students and visitors on our campus.”