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History students document Savannah’s African American maritime history

History students at Georgia Southern are working this summer to document Savannah’s African American maritime history. The group is working under Kurt Knoerl, assistant professor of history. Benjamin Payne, with Georgia Public Broadcasting, recently reported on this research project. Click here to learn more.

Camp helping high school students see college as an option

WTOC-TV recently reported on a story about a camp at Georgia Southern which helps them see college is not out of their grasp. Read the full story here. Sheila Neilsen, senior lecturer in the Department of Writing and Linguistics has taught at this camp for the past several years.

A moveable feast presents “The child knows best” March 24

The next lecture of the 2021-2022 Moveable Feast Lecture Series will be Thursday, March 24, at Armstrong’s Fine Arts Theatre. Georgia Southern University’s Dr. Andrew Bulla, an assistant professor of Psychology, and Dr. Paul Andrew Tubig, an assistant professor of Psychology, will present “The child knows best: Disability justice in inclusive education.” This event is […]

Pulitzer Prize-winning poet Jericho Brown coming to Georgia Southern University March 9-10

The Georgia Southern University Department of Literature will host Jericho Brown, a Pulitzer Prize-winning poet and National Book Award Finalist, for two events Wednesday, March 9, through Thursday, March 10. Both events are open to the public. Georgia Southern graduate student LaVonna Wright will introduce Brown, an honor she didn’t  expect. Wright has been studying […]

Author Talk features Jared Yates Sexton March 2

Writer Jared Yates Sexton will be featured in a free online event, Author Talk, Wednesday, March 2, at 7 p.m. The focus of Author Talk is Sexton’s 2020 book, American Rule: How a Nation Conqueredthe World but Failed Its People. Sexton will be joined in conversation by Blakeley Bartee, whograduated from Georgia Southern University in […]