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Georgia Southern University
University Programs Represented
Jack N. Averitt College of Graduate Studies, Division of Research and Economic Development, Department of Biology, College of Education, National At-Risk Youth Center, Department of Mechanical Engineering, Institute for Interdisciplinary STEM Education, Rural Health Research Institute, Herty Advanced Materials Development Center, Office of Research and Economic Development
Georgia Southern University is a comprehensive institution. As a Carnegie Doctoral Research University and the largest institution for higher education in the southern half of Georgia, our faculty and students are actively engaged in research and scholarship efforts across all eight academic colleges. Georgia Southern prides itself on a balanced level of undergraduate and graduate student engagement that assists and supports our extensive scholarship efforts and is committed to experiential learning.
The Division of Research and Economic Development has overall administrative responsibility for developing, coordinating, and stimulating research, scholarship, creative activities, economic development and commercialization opportunities. To further these activities, the Division facilitates collaborations and partnerships with federal, state, industrial, nonprofit and community entities. Georgia Southern University serves to bring together education, student engagement, research activity and collaborations in ways that benefit the community, the state and the nation.
Here is a brief sample of three outstanding graduate students at Georgia Southern University.
Charles Patterson, Vice President of Research & Economic Development
Alicia Reigel, M.S. Biology Candidate
Jessica Render, College of Education Research Assistant
Emerald Simons, Researcher in the Energy Science Master’s Program
Georgia Southern University, "Georgia Southern University Graduate Research Testimonies" (2014). University Videos. 183.