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Student Recognitions

Celia marketing conferenceCelia Del Castillo Torres presents marketing research at national conference

Celia Del Castillo Torres, a senior Marketing major in GSW’s College of Business and Computing recently presented a research paper that was accepted by the Society for Marketing Advances (SMA) for its annual conference in New Orleans, Louisiana.

Dr. Suzanne Conner is the marketing professor who guided Celia in her research project which culminated in the paper which was presented and will be published.  According to Conner, “As an educator it is always exciting to meet with colleagues and hear the latest research taking place in your field.”  Sharing that experience with a student was a special one for Conner, who said, “I hope this work and her experience at the SMA conference will encourage her to pursue an PhD in Marketing; she would be an asset to the field.”

As for Del Castillo, the project began as an honors supplement in a Marketing course.  Dr. Conner worked with her to polish the work for entry into the GSW Undergraduate Research Symposium where Del Castillo won the best poster presentation.  They continued working on the research, finally submitting the paper which was accepted for presentation at the SMA conference.  “After presenting my research project, I realized this is something I might want to do in the future, which would start by pursuing a PhD in marketing.  “I want to thank Dr. Suzanne Conner for believing in my ideas and pushing me to the next level, and the College of Business and Computing and GSW Foundation for making this experience possible.”

Psychology students present research posters

The Department of Psychology and Sociology held its first annual Student Research Presentation Day on December 5, 2019. Fifteen students in Dr. Judy Orton Grissett's Experimental Psychology course gave poster presentations on research projects they designed. As a course assignment, all students developed a research question that addressed a campus or community need. They then developed and administered a survey, analyzing, summarizing and then presenting their data in a poster format. The event was well attended with more than 40 faculty and student attendees. GSW faculty, staff, and students are encouraged to come view the posters, as they will be kept up throughout the winter break.

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Psychology students inducted into Psi Chi

On December 4, 2019, four psychology students were inducted into Psi Chi, The International Honor Society in Psychology. Psi Chi is an international honor society whose purpose shall be to encourage, stimulate, and maintain excellence in scholarship of the individual members in all fields, particularly in psychology, and to advance the science of psychology. Those inducted (pictured L to R) were Leila Hamed, Kirsten Roach, Maci Lawhorn, and Asia Pittman (not pictured).

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Amber Moore named 2020 kickstART artist by Huss Foundation

The Huss Foundation recently announced Amber Moore as the 2020 recipient of its kickstART program. For the next year Moore will have the full support of the foundation’s resources in order to grow as an artist and learn crucial skills to continue her work into a career that gives back to the community, the press release said.

Moore is in her senior year at Georgia Southwestern State University as a fine arts major and is currently vice president of the Artists United GSW chapter. She is originally from Moultrie and has remained involved in her local community there during summer breaks from GSW.

Read more about Amber and the kickstart program from the Moultrie Observer.

 

Georgia Southwestern fraternities collect over $1,250 in food pantry donations

Members of GSW's Interfraternity Council (IFC) recently collected over $1,250 worth of items for the Canes Harvest Food Pantry. Members of Sigma Chi, Kappa Sigma and Chi Phi gathered most of the donations from fellow students, who donated "flex cash" from their meal plans to the food drive. IFC members then purchased non-perishable items from the Provisions On Demand convenience store on campus. Items were purchased at a reduced price for the drive, thanks to Aramark Food Services.

The Food Pantry, located on the third floor of the Student Success Center, is open to all GSW students. For more information about the Pantry or to make a donation, contact the Division of Student Engagement and Success at (229) 928-1387.

GSW IFC food pantry donations

GSW students attend history conference

Ten GSW students attended the Middle Georgia State University History Conference on Nov. 16th, making the largest contingent from any campus. Eight of these students read original research papers on diverse topics including African American slave narratives, the Vietnam War, Koinonia’s regional history, art education in China, and Christian youth activism in the 1960s. The trip was supported through GSW’s High Impact Opportunity Grant program. Participants included Dr. Susan Bragg, Ekele Kamalu, JR Jones, Christian Abercrombie, Chasity Higdon, Makayla Graham, Nikki Kadima, Nicole Marchand, Taylor Potter, Jonah Dodson, and Carlos Sanchez.

GSW Team MGA 2019


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