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Dr. Stambaugh hits the right note with new book

Musicians don’t just create music. They build a link between people’s brains, establishing a connection that crosses borders and barriers. This relationship between the brain and music has long been established. However, Fred and Dinah Gretsch School of Music’s Dr. Laura Stambaugh has taken it a step further with her new book, Music and the […]

The NAMM Foundation Welcomes Dinah Gretsch to The Board of Directors

CARLSBAD, Calif. – August 2, 2022 – The NAMM Foundation is honored to welcome Dinah Gretsch to the organization’s board of directors in the role of Vice Chair. As a member of the board, Gretsch will serve a three-year term to guide the work of the non-profit and fulfill its vision to create access to […]

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 […]