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Student Recognitions

ThunderCampDirectors20212021 Thunder Camp Student Directors announced

The Division of Student Engagement and Success has announced three Thunder Camp Student Directors for the 2021 program. Thunder Camp is GSW's extended orientation program for incoming freshmen students.

Jamey Fowler is from Camila, Ga. and is a Human Resource Management major. Jamey previously served as a Thunder Camp Counselor for Thunder Camp 2020. He looks forward to creating a positive growth environment for the campers and helping the new members of the Hurricane family start their four years here off with a great start.

Chavis Dunbar is from Morrow, Ga. and is majoring in Nursing. Chavis also served as a Thunder Camp Counselor for Thunder Camp 2020. She looks forward to creating a spectacular experience to get the new Canes' freshmen year off to an amazing start.

Madison Hobby is from Bonaire, Ga. and is a second year Marketing major. She is excited to dive into camp wholeheartedly and not only help new freshmen adjust to college life, but also to learn more about her fellow Hurricanes.

LSAMP scholars selected

Isabel Alcantar of Fort Valley, sophomore Biology major; Kenneth Daniels of Sylvester, freshman Chemistry major; Chelse’ Perry of Americus, senior Biology major; and Montavious Russell of Thomaston, sophomore Computer Science major, were selected as scholars for the Southwest Georgia LSAMP Alliance. The scholars are provided financial support in addition to academic and research support through faculty mentoring, research internships, group meetings, annual conferences, and graduate school preparation.

The Southwest Georgia LSAMP Alliance, is a collaborative research project funded by the National Science Foundation Louis Stokes Alliance for Minority Participation (LSAMP), under Grant No. HRD-1817519, with the goal of transforming the STEM learning environment by significantly increasing the number of underrepresented minority (URM) majors graduating with baccalaureate degrees in STEM disciplines and entering graduate STEM programs.

Education students present at council meeting

Two Education students gave presentations at the College of Education's Superintendent Advisory Council Meeting on January 11, 2021. Fall 2020 graduate Sealy Pierce (left) presented on Student Teaching Internships, while current student teacher Margaret "Meg" Levie (right) presented on the College of Education’s Friday Only Program.

The biannual Superintendent Advisory Council Meetings bring partnering school superintendents to campus to discuss teacher preparation and to receive feedback from the school districts on the processes of GSW's education programs.

EdMeetingSealyPierce     EdMeetingMegLevie

LSAMP scholars and faculty participate in the LSMRCE 2020 Annual Conference

Chelse’ Perry and Isabel Alcantar, GSW scholars in the Southwest Georgia LSAMP Alliance, as well as Dr. Samuel Peavy, professor of geology, and Dr. Michele Smith, professor of chemistry, attended the Louis Stokes Midwest Regional Center of Excellence (LSMRCE) 2020 Annual Conference. The conference was held virtually on November 6-7, 2020.  This year’s theme was “Broadening Participation in STEM: Pivot, Adapt, and Thrive.” The conference included keynote presenters sharing success stories, interactive sessions for undergraduate students preparing for a future STEM career or graduate program, networking and mentoring opportunities, and undergraduate/graduate research presentations. 

Chelse' presented a poster “Investigating the Effects of Migration on Strike Related Bird Mortality” during the undergraduate virtual poster session.  Her research was supported by the National Science Foundation under Grant No. HRD-1817519.

AAMIJordanFordJordan Ford named AAMI Student of the Month

Jordan Ford, administrative assistant for GSW’s AAMI, has been named the January 2021 AAMI Student of the Month. A native of Thomasville, Ga., Jordan is a junior Computer Science Major with a concentration in Information Tech Multi-Media.

“Jordan has performed his duties extremely well as we negotiate the pandemic with caution and care,” said AAMI Dirctor Ervin Anderson. “He is a dedicated worker who has shown the ability to complete task and work independently. He has the drive to reach his goal of graduation and succeed in his chosen profession.”


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