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Presentations

Grissett presents at OpenEd conference

Judy Orton Grissett recently presented a lightning talk at the OpenEd 2020 conference, which was virtual this year due to the pandemic. Her talk was titled "Journeys through OER: Past, Present, and Future Understandings of OER" and was given with co-presenter Dr. Feng-Ru Sheu from Kent State University. A link to the talk can be found on the OpenEd 2020 conference webpage.

Bragg presents history research at two fall conferences

Associate Professor of History Susan Bragg presented new research on the trope of the ‘girl reporter’ in 20th c. American popular culture at two academic conferences in Fall 2020. On October 2, Bragg participated in the American Journalism History Association’s annual conference with an essay titled, “Emma Bugbee and the ‘Girl Reporter’: The Mid-Century Print Culture Politics of Juvenile Literature,” assessing vocational fiction of the 1930s.  Bragg also presented ‘Earning a Living By the Pen’:  Mid-20th c. Juvenile Literature and the Professionalization of the ‘Girl Reporter’” at the South Atlantic Modern Language Association (SAMLA) on Nov. 13th. This essay focused on non-fiction career guides to journalism aimed at girls from the 1920s to the 1940s.  Collectively, this research traces how female authors encouraged girlhood ambition and supported integrating professional opportunities in the mid-twentieth century. Both essays presented in these Fall 2020 conferences emerged with support from participants in GSW’s SWAG teaching circle, currently moderated by Dr. Irina Toteva.

Collins presents at virtual PRAC meeting

Chelsea Collins, Director of Marketing and Communications, virtually presented to the Public Relations Advisory Committee (PRAC) at their annual meeting on Wednesday, November 18. PRAC is comprised of public relations professionals from across all 26 University System of Georgia (USG) institutions which serves to provide feedback to and receive information from the USG office, in addition to exchange ideas amongst each other. Collins delivered a 30-minute “Best Practices” PowerPoint presentation on some of the unique things her Department of University Relations has done to promote Georgia Southwestern. This included utilizing social media in a variety of ways such as sharing GSW’s history, creating custom GSW gifs, sharing campus pictures, keeping up with current trends, and specifically using Instagram Story in creative ways to reach current and prospective students. The presentation also included the ongoing work of campus branding injection which helps incite school spirit and pride, and creates an identity as a GSW Hurricane.

Berggren moderates congressional debate on campus, GSW students form question panel

On October 28, a congressional debate between Rep. Sanford Bishop (D) and Mr. Don Cole (R) was held on campus at the Nursing Amphitheater at the Rosalynn Carter Health and Human Services Complex. Jason Berggren, associate professor of political science, was the moderator. A question panel consisted of four GSW students: Wilson Evans (Political Science), Caleb Kot (Political Science), Carrington Price (Education), Dylan Wall (Political Science). The full debate is available on GSW's YouTube channel.

GSW Congressional Debate 1     GSW Congressional Debate 2


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