Faculty Research in Digital Commons@Georgia Southern
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GS Underground w/ Dr. Rochelle Lee April 15, 2021
Rochelle Bornett Lee
Interview with Georgia Southern faculty member Rochelle Bornett Lee with "GS Underground" .
"GS Underground" is produced by the students in the Spring 2021 MMFP 3132 Studio course. The students are working with faculty and staff to showcase the people, programs, and ways in which Georgia Southern is implementing diversity and inclusivity on campus. Students work collaboratively with classmates in meeting deadlines and producing professional quality materials that are suitable for distribution via campus broadcast or Web outlets.
Image Globally: Enriched Students’ Experiences in Guyana
Gloria Deal Strickland, Rochelle Bornett Lee, Myka Bussey-Campbell, and Sharon Gilliard-Smith
Article about Georgia Southern Armstrong faculty members, Gloria Strickland, Rochelle B. Lee, Myka Bussey-Campbell and Sharon Gilliard-Smith providing medical aid to citizens in Guyana.
Article published in ASRT Scanner 44(4) Apr/May2012.