A message from the Provost

Educators and students have a common goal: commencement. Our students are graduating prepared to lead their industry. They are the reason our institution exists, and it must always be our goal for them to leave our campus as the next generation of the best and brightest in their chosen field.

We ourselves are a network of leaders. Just look at the Library's Kay Coates, who was just featured on an episode of the Library Leadership Podcast on exploring compassion satisfaction. She also teamed up with the Library's Jessica Garner as virtual keynote presenters for the Three Rivers Regional Library System Staff Development Day.

I was thankful to participate with Dr. Christopher Curtis in the "Soaring to Research Excellence" luncheons in partnership with the Faculty Senate. I give thanks to Dr. Ed Mondor for giving us the opportunity. Partnerships like the one between the Provost Office and Faculty Senate truly make a difference. One way to engage with leadership is to raise questions. We are here to support you. Part of being an effective leader is to listen and to engage.

Soaring to Successful Careers

On Sept. 27 the Office of Career and Professional Development (OCPD) hosted 18 employers at the RAC on the Statesboro campus for a combined Eagle Expo + STEM Career fair. The consolidated career fairs were necessitated by the cancellation of the STEM Career Fair due to Hurricane Idalia in late August.

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Communication Intelligence with CPE

Imagine looking at your team and immediately knowing who can work best with who and on what projects, or knowing your employees, strengths, weaknesses, and stamina at a single glance! In just a handful of questions, Forté Communication Intelligence can break down an individual’s overall communication style and personality. But it doesn’t stop there.

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Accreditation Update

On Sept. 14, 2023, Compliance Certification team members, which include representatives from nearly every division and unit, came together once again to discuss the next phase in our reaffirmation towards accreditation: Phase 4: External Review & Revisions.

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IHLA Call for Fellows

The mission of the Institute for Health Logistics & Analytics (IHLA) at Georgia Southern University (GS) is to transform the health & wellbeing of our communities through applied evidence-based practices and technology integration. The IHLA Faculty Fellows Program seeks to build partnerships across the university for the advancement of health globally.

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