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
“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.”
Naming celebration for Georgia Southern’s Parker College of Business recognizes growth of business programs
In recognition of the new partnership between Georgia Southern University and entrepreneur and philanthropist Greg Parker, the University hosted a naming celebration Friday for the newly named Parker College of Business. Community members and business leaders joined University students and officials to formally usher in a new chapter of academic excellence and student opportunities in the University’s growing business programs.
The following article is a feature piece on Mr. Allen Threatte, and his family, of Hagan, Georgia. The subparagraphs separated out in italics are excerpts...