Lester begins role as Georgia Southern’s new VP for Communications and Marketing JULY 9,...

On July 1, John Lester, DPA, assumed the role of Vice President for University Communications and Marketing at Georgia Southern University.

Davis In As VP For College Advancement

Davis comes to Ogeechee Tech after a long history of service at Georgia Southern University

Georgia Southern police dog, handler complete training after donation of new equipment

The Georgia Southern Office of Public Safety’s newest K-9 recently received a ballistic vest as well as some medical related items from Protecting K-9...

Howell Receives DAISY Award at East Georgia Regional Medical Center

Ryan Howell, RN, nurse in the Emergency Department at East Georgia Regional Medical Center, was awarded the hospital’s DAISY Award for Extraordinary Nurses. Howell...

1 Bulloch Countian on Honors List for Coastal Pines Technical College

Each semester Coastal Pines Technical College (CPTC) recognizes students who have accomplished high academic achievement through the President’s List, Dean’s List and the Academic...

Fort Stewart & Hunter Army Airfield Earn Dept of Defense’s Highest Award

Each winning installation will receive a commemorative trophy and flag and a congratulatory letter from the president. 

Georgia Southern hosts inaugural Gratitude Gala Donor Awards, celebrates individual, corporate philanthropy

The honorees included three individuals and one corporation.

Georgia Southern Multimedia Development Center receives 12 Emmy® award nominations

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences recognized Georgia Southern University’s Multimedia Development Center with four professional Emmy® award nominations and eight student Emmy® award nominations on Saturday.

Outstanding Alumni Recognized At OTC

Ogeechee Technical College recently hosted an Alumni and Graduate Reception at the College’s Natural Resources Building to honor alumni who were nominated for awards, as well as students slated to graduate in May’s commencement.

Hart’s heart for helping others

Like many 16 and 17 year olds trying to determine the next steps of their lives after high school, Mary Hart said thinking about her future was overwhelming.