“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 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.”
In 2012, the PBS show TIME TEAM AMERICA tracked the adventures of Georgia Southern University archeologist and students at Camp Lawton, a Civil War POW camp in Millen, Georgia as they uncovered buried secrets using the latest technology and decades of expertise. The episode will premiere tonight at 9 p.m. on PBS.
‘One More Time’ Recyclable Clothing to Make its On-campus Debut at ’Boro Browse and the Student Org Fair
The new on-campus recycling initiative, ‘One More Time’, with Renew Merchandise and the Center for Sustainability (CfS) will make its debut on campus at ’Boro Browse and the Student Org Fair, Aug. 26 and 27, from 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. at the Russell Union Rotunda. Named one of the top green universities in the country by The Princeton Review for the past four years, Georgia Southern will deepen its commitment to sustainability even further through this partnership with Renew Merchandise.
Members from the Georgia Southern University Department’s of Biology, Geology and Geography, and the Phinizy Center for Water Sciences will hold a public information session on the Ogeechee River Monitoring and Research project on Tuesday, Aug. 26 at 6:30 p.m. at the Performing Arts Center.
The project comes after the November 2013 Consent Decree requiring King America Finishing Inc. to fund a Supplemental Environmental Project (SEP) proposed by the University titled “Assessment of Hydrological, Biological and Environmental Components of the Lower Ogeechee River Ecosystem.”