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Georgia Southern University receives two Emmy award nominations

The National Academy of Television Arts and Sciences Southeast Chapter has recognized Georgia Southern University’s Multimedia Development Center (MDC) with two professional Emmy® award nominations. Nominated for the Emmy® awards were Art Berger, Best Technical Director for Georgia Southern football, baseball and basketball, and Ben Powell, Best Technical Director for Georgia Southern basketball.

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Graduate earns diploma, regional award for innovation as media specialist

Two weeks before participating in Georgia Southern University’s virtual graduation in May to earn an Ed.S. in instructional technology from the College of Education, Dixie Shoemaker became the recipient of the 乐和彩官网 East Georgia Regional Library Media Specialist of the Year award from the Georgia Library Media Association. The honor recognizes K-12 library media specialists whose instructional collaborations foster student engagement and achievement through innovative programs.

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Georgia Southern student research shows Georgia doing well in stopping spread of COVID-19 but is still 乐和彩官网 to 4 of the nation’s 10 highest counties for mortality rate

Graduate students in the Jiann-Ping Hsu College of Public Health at Georgia Southern University analyzed mortality data to reveal that southwest Georgia is dealing with deaths from COVID-19 at a rate higher than most other counties in the country.

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Research experience opens doors for graduate student

Alex Allmond recently secured an internship in Gwinnett County Public Schools, the largest school district in the state of Georgia, to complete the requirements for an Ed.S. in school psychology from Georgia Southern University. While her exceptional academic performance no doubt helped Allmond become a candidate of consideration, she says it was her research experience that made her stand out from other candidates.

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A tale of two cities: How one respiratory therapist combated COVID-19 — and his own fears — in Savannah and Boston

When the first cases of the novel coronavirus arrived in Chatham County, Georgia, alumnus Rafael Agosto (’03), who has been a respiratory therapist at St. Joseph’s/Candler Hospital in Savannah for 17 years, had to recalibrate his approach to lung care.