Both the Patti Pace Performance Festival and Scholars-in-Residence Terry Galloway and Donna Marie Nudd return to Georgia Southern University Jan. 27-30 for “Celebrating Disability through Performance” in recognition of the 25th anniversary of the signing of the Americans with Disabilities Act.
Georgia Southern University will host professional journalists Ted Koppel, Mara Liasson and Eugene Robinson to discuss “2016 Elections: Voting as an Informed Citizen” on Wednesday, March 23, 7 p.m., at Hanner Fieldhouse. The panel of speakers is part of the University’s Leadership Lecture Series, developed to expose students to insights from world-class leaders.
This installment of Faculty Spotlight features Axel Grossmann, Ph.D., associate professor in the Department of Finance and Economics. Grossmann says that his students’ success is his greatest asset, and he chose Georgia Southern because it allowed him to balance teaching students with pursuing research.
A new program for students at Georgia Southern University, the TRiO Student Support Services (SSS) program, sponsored by the Federal Department of Education program, is now accepting applications. The program provides comprehensive services to first-generation college students, limited income students or students with disabilities.
Georgia Southern University’s Performing Arts Center (PAC) goes country with “Live from Nashville,” an evening of country music and fun, on Jan. 30. A wildly popular and critically acclaimed performance, “Live from Nashville” treats guests to an exciting song and dance spectacle celebrating the musical tradition that gave Nashville the nickname “Music City.”