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AMERICUS (May 18, 2012)—Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) student Raven Snipes is the latest to complete the University System of Georgia’s student-leadership program – L3: Leaving a Legacy of Leadership.A senior from Butler, Snipes is majoring in business management.
AMERICUS (MAY 7, 2012)—In June, Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) will say goodbye to four employees who, together, have served nearly 100 years working for the University.A reception was held recently recognizing the group which includes Lynda Lee Purvis, John Spencer, Linda Jones and Vera Weisskopf.
AMERICUS, Ga. (May 2, 2012)—As dean of Georgia Southwestern State University’s School of Education, Lettie Watford, Ph.D., helps future teachers every day in their journey towards college graduation. Watford, herself, was recognized recently as a Distinguished Alumna from Tift College.
AMERICUS (April 27, 2012)—“Sirocco,” Georgia Southwestern State University’s “literary and visual art magazine,” is published in April of each year by students. A reading and reception celebrating the release of the 2012 edition, “Open the Doors of Perception,” was held April 9 in the James Earl Carter Library.
AMERICUS (April 25, 2012)—During Georgia Southwestern State University’s (GSW) Honors Convocation earlier this month, art major Sunni Ann Zemblowski, a graduate of Americus-Sumter High School, was presented with the University’s highest academic honor, the 2012 Outstanding Scholar Award.
AMERICUS (April 23, 2012)—Every business student knows that product, place, and promotion are three of the “Four Ps” in marketing. If service is the product and the Americus community is the place, no one promotes it better than John Stovall, Ph.D. An associate professor of marketing at Georgia Southwestern State University, Stovall is the 2012 recipient of the University’s Featured Public Servant Award. The announcement was made today.
AMERICUS, Ga. (April 12, 2012)--The Rosalynn Carter Institute for Caregiving (RCI) at Georgia Southwestern State University is celebrating several milestones in its 25th year. In particular, Johnson & Johnson has awarded the RCI with another landmark grant – this one worth $427,000. The RCI also hosted a national session on best practices in evidenced-based caregiver programs at the Annual Aging in America Conference in Washington, DC on March 29. The previous day, briefings were held on the RCI’s work to support family caregivers with Sen. Johnny Isakson, Rep. Sanford Bishop, and Richard Gerakitis of Sen. Saxby Chambliss’ office.
AMERICUS (April 12, 2012)—Lights, camera, action! The Department of Theater, Communication and Media Arts at Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) joined forces with the Chattahoochee-Flint RESA Educational Technology Center (ETC) to produce the eighth installment of the Georgia Movie Academy (GMA) awards recently at the Rylander Theater in Americus.
AMERICUS (April 9, 2012)—Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is pleased to announce a groundbreaking set for Monday, April 16. Scheduled for 3:30 p.m., the ceremony will officially begin the second phase of GSW’s highly anticipated Rosalynn Carter Health and Human Sciences Complex.
AMERICUS (April 6, 2012)--SustainU, a leading producer of made in the USA, 100 percent recycled clothing, today announced the start of its 2012 oneShirt Challenge, the nation’s largest collegiate clothing drive. Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) is competing in the Challenge.
AMERICUS (April 6, 2012)--Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) alumnus Doug Moses was the featured speaker at the GSW African American Male Initiative (AAMI) opening program in the GSW Faculty Dining Hall on March 29.A partner at Mauldin and Jenkins, LLC, Moses is the president of the GSW Alumni Association Board of Directors and is a member of the GSW Foundation Board of Trustees. His speech was titled "You Can Get Anywhere from GSW."
AMERICUS (April 4, 2012)—Linda Randall, first-year advocate (FYA) at Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW), was recently one of only 140 FYAs in the U.S. nominated as an Outstanding First-Year Student Advocate – a distinction connected with the University of South Carolina’s National Resource Center for First-Year Experience and Student Transition.
AMERICUS (April 3, 2012)--Georgia Southwestern State University (GSW) announces that Helen Tate, Ph.D., division head of Arts and Communication Studies at Columbia College in South Carolina, has been named associate vice president for Academic Affairs. Tate will replace Lynda Lee Purvis, who is retiring at the end of the academic year. Tate’s position will begin July 1, 2012.