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Folk music concert Nov. 2

Throughout the fall at Georgia Southern University, a number of lectures, discussions, workshops and concerts are focusing on the seven Celtic nations and the larger topic of regionalism among those nations. The Seven Nations Series continues on Thursday, Nov. 2, when Jean-Paul Carton, professor of French at the University, and his wife, Dominique, perform a […]

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Georgia Southern goes French Nov. 2-8

Providing transcultural opportunities for its students is part of Georgia Southern University’s strategic plan, and while not every student can travel outside the United States, they can all take advantage of the wealth of internationally focused opportunities that take place on campus. One such opportunity is the Eighth Annual National French Week, coordinated by Dr. […]

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Georgia Southern University hosting regional “Olympics” of computer programming

It’s being billed as ‘the battle of the brains.” Set for Saturday, Oct. 28, this war will be waged at Georgia Southern University’s state-of-the-art College of Information Technology. As host site for the regional finals of the 31st Association of Computing Machinery (ACM) International Collegiate Programming Contest, the University will welcome teams of computer science […]

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Seminar for business people will cover discrimination and compensation laws

How do head honchos in Georgia companies stay on the right side of discrimination and compensation laws? By realizing that following federal regulations is just the first step in being a law-abiding corporate citizen. Bosses, human resource directors and other managers are invited to sign up for a 90-minute seminar on ‘Georgia Employment Law” that […]

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Claiborne receives $650,000 grant from National Science Foundation

By studying a certain type of fish protein, a professor in the Department of Biology at Georgia Southern University is hoping to gain a better understanding of what causes a variety of significant health problems in human beings. James B. Claiborne has been awarded a grant worth $652,391 from the National Science Foundation (NSF) to […]

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