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WATCH: Governor Deal unveils “A Mission”

Governor Deal launches a new education initiative.

Georgia Southern’s 2018 Economic Monitor show consumer confidence up, regional economy growth phase to...

Georgia Southern University’s latest Economic Monitor, which analyzes Q3 2018 data and identifies trends affecting the regional economy, reports signs of weakness are emerging...

Free speech mandate moves through GA Senate

Georgia's universities and colleges would have to create a free-speech policy protecting speakers under a proposed measure that passed the Senate on Monday. The legislation,...

Teacher prep programs not meeting standards for reading. How do Georgia’s colleges measure up?

Teacher preparation programs are not producing much-needed quality teachers in vital areas such as reading education for budding school teachers. Over two decades ago, the National Institutes...

Georgia Southern professor honored with Georgia Medical Society Health Care Hero Award

Georgia Southern University Professor of Health Sciences Janet Buelow, Ph.D., was recently honored with the Health Care Hero Award in the Community Outreach category...

COLUMN: The Mob Descends on UGA

J. Thomas Perdue is a guest columnist and is a Senior at the University of Georgia studying journalism. He is Editor in Chief of The Arch...

Deal: Hall Campus of Lanier Technical College “a 21st-century campus for a 21st-century workforce”

Gov. Nathan Deal this week attended a ribbon-cutting ceremony to celebrate the completion of the new Hall Campus of Lanier Technical College, a unit...

KSU cheerleaders who knelt did not make this year’s squad, 95 tried out

KSU cheerleaders who knelt last year did not make the squad. 95 people tried out this year.

Georgia Southern College of Education master’s degrees ranked top 25 in nation

Georgia Southern University’s online special education and educational leadership degrees in the College of Education (COE) have been recognized in rankings released by SR Education...

5 Georgians Named to White House 2018 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars List

5 Georgians named --- The White House Initiative on Historically Black Colleges and Universities announced today the names of 63 students from 54 HBCUs who have been selected as 2018 HBCU Competitiveness Scholars – the Initiative's highest student recognition.