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Georgia Southern University military veterans volunteer to maintain American flags on Statesboro Campus housing...

Georgia Southern University continues to recognize the members of the U.S. military and military veterans through a new initiative by University Housing. The American...

Brown Receives DAISY Award at East Georgia Regional Medical Center

Blythe Brown, RN, nurse in the Emergency Department at East Georgia Regional Medical Center, was awarded the hospital’s DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Brown...

Georgia Southern University researchers making waves in sustainable farming

Could aquaponics be the farming of the future? Researchers at the Georgia Southern University FORAM Sustainable Aquaponics Research Center (SARC) on the Armstrong Campus...

Green Ambassadors, Go Green Armstrong team up with Tybee Clean Beach Volunteers to remove...

The beaches on Tybee Island are a bit cleaner thanks to Georgia Southern students from the Statesboro and Armstrong Campuses. Green Ambassadors and Go Green...

Ogeechee Tech Team Fares Well In Competition

Ogeechee Technical College’s SkillsUSA team recently attended the SkillsUSA Georgia Postsecondary State Conference in Atlanta. Twenty-two students and six advisors represented the College at...

Georgia Southern art students win Gold and Silver ADDY awards

Georgia Southern undergraduate graphic design students received Gold and Silver awards at the American Advertising Awards (ADDYs) presented by the American Advertising Federation of...

College of Education professor earns lifetime mentor award at national conference

Georgia Southern University College of Education (COE) Professor Brandon Hunt, Ph.D., has been awarded the Jane E. Myers Lifetime Mentor Award and will be...

Georgia Southern Model Arab League earns top awards at Florida Regional Model Arab League...

The Georgia Southern University Model Arab League (MAL) received two top awards in its inaugural  appearance at the Florida Regional Model Arab League (FRMAL)...

Georgia Southern alumna helps train Olympians

What does it take to train an Olympic athlete? Just ask Georgia Southern University alumna Jaclyn Donovan (‘00), who spent two weeks before the...

STC Student Announced as Grace E. Smith Scholarship Recipient

Grace Smith, the 20-year-old McRae woman who succumbed to cancer in 2013, already has an impressive legacy due to the work of her family...