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AMERICUS (March 25, 2015)— Greg Hampikian, Ph.D., a leading DNA expert in the U.S. and co-author of “Exit to Freedom,” is the featured speaker for Georgia Southwestern State University’s Griffin B. Bell Lecture will be held Wednesday, April 15. The event will begin at 11 a.m. in the Nursing Auditorium of the Rosalynn Carter Health and Human Sciences Complex.
AMERICUS (March 13, 2015) – The Georgia film and television industry is a large and prosperous entity, earning $5.1 billion this fiscal year. Georgia attracts film companies for reasons ranging from its varied geography to its tax incentives for film and television productions. Most recently, Georgia has been used as the filming location for scenes in movies such as the “Hunger Games” franchise and “Selma.”
Carrollton, Ga. (March 9, 2015)--Georgia Southwestern State University is now an affiliate institution of the University System of Georgia’s eCore Collaborative Program (USG eCore). By affiliating with the state-wide program, GSW will be able to offer students greater online class availability beginning fall 2015.
AMERICUS (March 4, 2015)—Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) will be adding a new major in August – a Bachelor of Science in criminal justice offered completely online. Known as an “eMajor,” this new degree was approved at the February 2015 Board of Regents meeting in Atlanta as a collaborative program with Dalton State College. The new degree will be granted from Georgia Southwestern’s Department of Psychology and Sociology.
AMERICUS (Feb. 25, 2015) – The Georgia Collegiate Honors Council (GCHC), an organization that works to further honors education in higher learning institutions across the state, will hold its annual conference at Georgia Southwestern State University on Feb. 27-28, 2015.
AMERICUS (Feb. 16, 2015)—Some of the brightest minds in Georgia will travel to Americus on Friday, Feb. 20. Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) will host its 41st annual High School Mathematics Tournament for 600 students from 54 high schools across the state.
AMERICUS (Feb. 9, 2015)--The Center for Business and Economic Development is pleased to announce that the 2015 Economic Outlook luncheon will be held on Tuesday, Feb. 10. This is the twentieth program in a series of annual economic outlook events sponsored by the Georgia Southwestern State University Center for Business and Economic Development.
AMERICUS (Jan. 27, 2015)-- “Crisis in Ukraine: Causes and Implications” is the title of Georgia Southwestern State Unviersity’s Third World in Perspective Program Seminar set to take place on Wednesday, Feb. 18 at 6:30 p.m. in the Nursing Auditorium of the Rosalynn Carter Health and Human Sciences Complex.
AMERICUS (Jan. 15, 2015) – Georgia Southwestern State University is proud to announce the receipt of a $6,830 grant to participate in the Governor’s Office of Highway Safety (GOHS) Georgia Young Adult Program.
AMERICUS (Jan. 12, 2014)— Georgia Southwestern State University will host its annual MLK Convocation on Wednesday, Jan. 21 at 11 a.m. in the Convocation Hall of the Student Success Center. The keynote speaker is Angela Walker, associate dean of students in the Division of Student Engagement and Success at Texas A&M University-Corpus Christi.
AMERICUS (Dec. 13, 2014)--College commencement day is a very special one for those involved, their families and their friends.
AMERICUS (Dec. 11, 2014)—Georgia Southwestern State University has earned 10-year reaffirmation from the Commission on Colleges of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools (SACS). The announcement was made at the December SACS meeting earlier this week.
AMERICUS (Dec. 9, 2014)--Professor Emeritus Harold Isaacs, irrefutably Georgia Southwestern State University’s longest serving faculty member, received very special recognition yesterday, Dec. 8. The conference room of the History and Political Science Department was named in his honor.