East Georgia State College will hold their 60th Commencement Ceremony on Friday, May 10, 2019 at the Swainsboro Campus and one of Statesboro's own will be the commencement speaker.
Twenty-one new members who achieved and maintained at least a 3.5 grade point average, and who received recommendations from their instructors, were inducted into the organization and received their official NTHS portfolios.
A team of Georgia Southern University logistics students placed third out of 14 schools and received $1,000 in the first-ever FreightTech Innovation Challenge
Ogeechee Tech nominated Briggs & Stratton for the honor.
“Signing this MOU exemplifies what Georgia Southern should be doing, which is working with the community,” Reiber said.
One of Tattnall County's own teachers has made the top 10 finalist list for the 2020 Teacher of the Year award.
“The event provided our students with a much better insight as to the physical demands of soldiers at Fort Stewart,” said Nancy Henderson, DPT, assistant professor of rehabilitation sciences. “This added knowledge will help them to better tailor their education while working with soldiers.”
More than 15 students from colleges and universities from the Southeast participated in the inaugural Parker Regional Sales Competition (PRSC) on Georgia Southern University’s Statesboro Campus.