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Student Recognitions

Spring & Summer Canes Spotlights announced

Canes Spotlights highlight Georgia Southwestern students who hold leadership roles, are involved in extracurricular activities and excel academically on campus. The Spring & Summer Canes Spotlights were:

Canes Spotlights are nominated by GSW faculty and staff.

Connor Vann square   Jamar Gross square   Tripp Larkey square   Anna Rice square   Brandon Blue square

AAMI members recognized as scholarship recipients

The African American Male Institute (AAMI) recently recognized members Kelsey Booker, Joshua Cleveland, Lewis Evans, Andrew Gunn, Elzie Marshall, Nicolas Cohen, and Nyiem Dailey for being awarded the “Achieving the Dream Scholarship” for the 2020-21 academic year.

AAMI highlights graduating memberShonMartinAAMI

The African American Male Institute (AAMI) recently recognized graduating member Shon Martin.

“AAMI has taught me to be a better man within the community, to always work hard and keep my head held high with a smile on my face,” said Shon. “Being a black man in today’s society is hard, but AAMI taught me no matter how hard the journey is, there will be no obstacle that can stand in my way with the right attitude!”

Shon graduated with a BA in Art and a minor in Digital Media Technology this Spring.

“I’m also grateful to have my AAMI mentor, Mr. Ervin Anderson. He has been nothing but great to the university and every student! He’s helped us in ways we that we thought impossible, and I will always remember what he taught me in AAMI and continue using that knowledge throughout the rest of my life!”

Over 700 students named to Spring 2020 honors lists

GSW had 736 students named to its Spring 2020 honors lists. These include the Academic Achievement List, Dean’s List, and President’s List.

Visit gsw.meritpages.com to the student stories for each honors list.

BrandonThomasAAMIAAMI highlights member running for Dodge County Commissioner

The African American Male Institute (AAMI) recently highlighted member Brandon Thomas, who is also a member of GSW’s Student Government Association. Brandon is currently running for a county commissioner seat in Dodge County, Ga.

“It’s an honor to be selected as a highlighted member of our AAMI program,” said Brandon. “AAMI has made a huge difference in my life, and it has given me a brotherhood and community of educated black men who by all means are determined to graduate. For that, I am grateful.”

Brandon said he decided to run for office to better his community. “On one hand, we have two colleges, the state’s first aviation program, and the state’s 2nd busiest airport, while on the other, hand our residents in the county don’t have fire protection other than that of volunteers.”

Brandon is also making history in his campaign, as he is the youngest person to run for county commissioner in Dodge County. Although COVID-19 has limited his ability to run the grassroots campaign he hoped for, Brandon says his campaigns is “committed to doing everything we can to win the office, and to help reshape our county."


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