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Registration to begin March 25

Registration for summer and fall courses open on March 25. Students should check for holds on their accounts, meet with their advisors and look over class offerings before registration begins.

If you have questions, contact your advisor, the Office of the Registrar, the Office of Student Financial Aid or the Office of Student Accounts.

Family Weekend set for early April

GSW will host a Family Weekend from April 12-14. The weekend will allow parents and families a chance to discover more about their student's life on campus. Throughout the weekend, families and their students are encouraged to attend the Student Leadership Awards, the Family Breakfast and the many sporting events going on around campus. Families are also encouraged to explore Americus and Sumter County by attending the fun and exciting happenings around town.

Find the full schedule online at gsw.edu/FamilyWeekend.

School of Education recognizes Teachers of the Week

The School of Education Teacher of the Week program recognizes teachers and partners for their outstanding contributions to the School of Education. Each teacher has been recognized at a GSW home basketball game and presented a certificate. Teachers of the Week include Coach Carl Willis of Sumter County Schools, Mrs. Liz Holloway of Sumter County Schools, Mrs. Ashton Cleveland of Lee County Middle School, and Mr. Martin Mitchell of Sumter Intermediate School.

GSW students and faculty attend Tuskegee History Conference

Seven GSW students participated in Tuskegee University’s 3rd annual History Research Symposium on February 15th.  Senior History student Jaden Terry presented a paper completed in Fall 2018’s US Social History with Susan Bragg, Ph.D.  In “Children’s Literature and Racial Politics,” Terry assesses the historical significance of late 20th c. children’s books featuring rural African American characters.  She focused specifically on books such as Sounder and Roll of Thunder, Hear My Cry, published in the late civil rights era.  Larry Carrol (Computer Science), Erin Eubanks (English), Angel Griffin (Psychology), Chasity Higdon (History), Natalie Hill (History), and Hope White (History/Education) also joined in the trip organized by Bragg (History & Political Science). 

The conference was a great opportunity to engage with African American history and meet undergraduate and professional scholars from around the region.  Students participated in panel discussions on a wide variety of topics in African American history, toured the historic campus, and explored the George Washington Carver Legacy Museum and Booker T. Washington’s home, “The Oaks.” 

School of Business Administration updates conference room, will be featured on Vaddio website

The School of Business Administration will soon be featured on Vaddio’s website as part of a trial run of their new conferencing products. The School was looking to update their conference room with a more flexible phone conferencing system. Vaddio, a company that designs, develops and manufactures professional audio-visual equipment for businesses, upgraded the technology in the room to include Vaddio’s RoboSHOT® In-Wall Smart Glass Recessed Camera, a OneLINK Bridge extension system, an EasyUSB MicPod I/O with two CeilingMIC microphones, and other AV equipment. The conference room is now able to live stream events, including club activities, between campuses so all students can participate.

“The system is frequently used to record special lectures and has also worked well for interviewing candidates,” said Jonathan Hobbs, Manager of IT and Faculty Support. “Special software is no longer required. Remote users simply get a link to jump in and join the event,” said Hobbs.

The flexibility of the system has allowed teachers and administrators to use any software they prefer. “Our professors can also record sessions to put onto learning management systems like Desire to Learn and Brightspace,” Hobbs added.

“Because it is USB-based, we are ready for whatever software will come out next,” said Hobbs.

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