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GSW business students present to Jacksonville Jaguars HR executives

Six students from Georgia Southwestern's College of Business and Computing traveled to Jacksonville, Fl. in November to present human resource management solutions to the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Martin Bech of Svendborg, Denmark, Christian Bostick of Camilla, Ga., Andrew Carter of Sylvester, Ga., Raquel Kenyon of Aguada, Puerto Rico, McKenzie Simmons of McDonough, Ga., and Tucker Smith of Leesburg, Fl. met with the Jaguars’ Vice President of People Development and Administration Jessica Jones and Manager of People Development Victoria Croy at TIAA Bank Field in Jacksonville. As part of their Performance Management class, the students were tasked with improving Jaguar employee retention season-to-season.

Read more about the project and the students’ trip to Jacksonville here.

COBAC in Jacksonville

GSW commencement ceremonies to be held December 13

GSW will hold its Fall 2019 Commencement ceremonies Friday, December 13 in the Convocation Hall of the Student Success Center. The undergraduate ceremony will be at 11 a.m. and the graduate ceremony will be at 3 p.m., with 285 students receiving degrees across both ceremonies.

Approximately 135 undergraduate students will be recognized at the morning ceremony for their academic achievements. The commencement speaker will be Georgia State Senator Freddie Powell Sims.

The afternoon ceremony will recognize 150 graduate students, with GSW’s Dean of the College of Business and Computing, Liz Wilson, Ph.D., serving as commencement speaker.

Read more here.

Sims and Wilson web

Georgia Southwestern is effectively preparing new teachers for the workforce according to new GaPSC measures

GSW's College of Education is effectively preparing new teachers for the classroom according to the 2019 Teacher Preparation Program Effectiveness Measures (PPEMs) published by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC).

The PPEMs assess how well education programs across the state are preparing teachers for the classroom. The primary purposes of the PPEMs are to provide programs data to inform improvement, to provide accountability for the quality of teachers produced by each program, and for public transparency regarding quality of teachers produced by education programs.

“I am proud of the work of the faculty and staff in the College of Education,” said Dean Rachel Abbott, Ph.D. “We focus on continuous improvement and will use this data to make informed programmatic decisions to ensure we continue to produce quality teachers in the state of Georgia.”

Read more about GSW's education program and its PPEM rating here.

GSW Education program web


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