“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.”
“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.”
“I applied for this opportunity to be more able to adequately address those who deal with chronic illness and to participate in research that will tell us how to successfully eliminate health disparities in the U.S. and southeast Georgia,” said Anderson. “Determining ways to assist in addressing the health disparity and social inequity issues is essential in understanding the needs, dynamics, and intervention required to address change in health behaviors and health outcomes.”
“We are excited to see the ranking and believe it reflects the hard work of our faculty and staff, along with the quality and dedication of our students,” said Allen C. Amason, dean of the College of Business Administration at Georgia Southern University. “The challenge now is to stay on this cutting edge and continue adding value to our MBA and other programs. So, we are excited about the ranking, but we’re even more excited about the future.”
Georgia Southern University and the Coca-Cola Company sealed a multi-year deal, allowing the world’s number one beverage company to continue to be the exclusive beverage provider for the University and Georgia Southern Athletics.