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Georgia Southwestern increases enrollment for Fall 2019

GSW’s Fall 2019 enrollment increased by 1.5 percent from Fall 2018, as was reported by the University System of Georgia (USG) this month. Georgia Southwestern’s total enrollment now stands at 2,950 students. This number includes both undergraduate and graduate students.

“We are very pleased to report an increase in enrollment at Georgia Southwestern for the Fall of 2019,” said GSW President Neal Weaver, Ph.D. “The entire campus is focused on student success and growing the impact of the University by attracting and graduating more students who will impact the regional economy through their career choices.”

Read more about enrollment numbers and factors that influence the increase here.

Fall 2019 enrollment

GSW awarded portion of $3 million National Science Foundation grant to promote minority participation in STEM

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded a portion of a $3 million grant to GSW to increase the number of underrepresented minority students (URM) graduating with degrees in the STEM fields—science, technology, mathematics and engineering.

GSW is a founding member of the first-ever Southwest Georgia consortium of the Louis Stokes Alliances for Minority Participation (LSAMP), or the Southwest Georgia LSAMP Alliance.

Initial LSAMP scholars are Nadia Ford of Atlanta, freshman Biology major; Awung Betanga of Atlanta, freshman Computer Science major; and Chelse’ Perry of Americus, senior Biology major.

Learn more about the LSAMP program here.

GSW LSAMP scholars web

Georgia Southwestern hosts first Science Day for area high schools

GSW hosted its inaugural Science Day for more than 250 local high school students on Friday, November 1. Students participated in hands-on science experiments and lab demonstrations led by GSW science majors and professors.

Students from Americus-Sumter High School, Furlow Charter School and Schley County High School explored science firsthand through a series of 18 rotational sessions that covered biology, chemistry, mathematics, anatomy, astronomy, physics and glassblowing.

“The goal of Science Day is to promote all STEM areas to high school students from local schools through hands-on experiments and demonstrations,” said Nedialka Iordanova, GSW chemistry professor and one of the organizers of the event. “We hope students are also encouraged to continue their education in one of GSW’s science programs.”

Learn more about Science Day here.

Science Day


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