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Pemberton publishes professional guidelines for researchers and editors

Dr. Michael Pemberton, Department of Writing and Linguistics and co-Principal Investigator for the Text Recycling Research Project (TRRP), has recently published a set of professional guidelines for researchers and journal/book editors on the project’s website: https://textrecycling.org/resources/. Over the last several years, the TRRP has researched the practice of text recycling (reusing a portion of one’s […]

Juneteenth celebration June 19

Join Georgia Southern Gullah Geechee Cultural Heritage Center and the Center for Africana Studies as we celebrate and observe Juneteenth live on the Armstrong Campus! Saturday, June 19, from 3:30 – 5:30 p.m. in the International Gardens (between Solms Hall and Hawes Hall) • Hear the drum, the song, the stories told by the Saltwata […]

Schreiber researching best practices for technical editors

Dr. Joanna Schreiber’s proposal for an undergraduate research assistant has been funded, and she will continue to work with Writing and Linguistics major Sedona Benjamin on her Trends in Professional and Technical Editing project. The research involves interviewing and surveying editors and editing instructors about emerging best practices for technical editors and editing pedagogy. Because […]

Moreland is recepient of Francis Grimke Scholarship

Emmanuel Moreland is a Philosophy major with a concentration in Religious Studies. He is the recipient of the Francis Grimke Scholarship, and has been accepted to the Master of Divinity program at Princeton Theological Seminary

Join WGSS for Lavender Graduation 2021

Please join us for Lavender Graduation 2021 sponsored by the OMA and WGSS! This extra graduation event celebrates the LGBTQ community and allies. All are welcome. Scan the QR code on the image to register.