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Wednesday, March 22

Applied Heart: Jorge Montero Posters Show

Applied Heart: Jorge Montero Posters Show University Gallery, Center for Art & Theatre On Display: February 20 - March 22 Gallery Talk & Reception: March...

Common Clay: The History of Folk Pottery in North Carolina, South Carolina, and Georgia

Closing Reception: March 31, 5 p.m., Center for Art & Theatre Common Clay explores the historical importance of Southern potter families and the evolution...

The BIG Pitch Competition 2017 Registration

Ocean Exchange and the Georgia Southern University College of Business are seeking Undergraduate & Graduate Innovations that Improve Economies, Health, and...

The Remnant Trust Exhibit

Georgia Southern University has partnered with The Remnant Trust Inc., an educational foundation located at Texas Tech University, to showcase a collection...

Choose Southern For Summer

If you love GeorgiaSouthern in the fall and spring, you'll really love us in the summer! On campus or online, smaller classes and shorter terms help you...

Leadership Skills

Through this 8-week course, faculty from the University’s management, marketing, logistics and law fields provide hands-on training in core...

Folio Foundations - Grading & Gradebook

This session will cover the set up and management of your Folio Gradebook Register @

Weekly Volunteer Trip - Statesboro Food Bank

Weekly Trip Volunteers help with inventory, organize donations, pack food items for distribution, and help to prepare Rebecca's Café to serve the community! ...

Arabic Coffee Hour

To learn about the Arabic culture, make new friends, practice Arabic, and drink coffee. Open to all GSU students, faculty, and staff.

Mesa de conversación

The Spanish Conversation Table meets 5:00 - 6:00 p.m. in the Russell Union tables by the theater. March 1 March 22 April 5 April 19

The Spanish in Georgia: A Forgotten History

The Spanish in Georgia: A Forgotten History Learn about the 200-year history of Spanish exploration, settlement, missions, and interactions with the Native...

SOLD Series Workshop- Bystander Intervention Strategies

The SOLD Workshop Series is designed for any student seeking to develop their individual leadership capabilities and for students who currently or aspire to...

Baseball vs. The Citadel

Take a mid-week break and enjoy some Georgia Southern Baseball as your Eagles take on the Citadel Bulldogs!

Eagle Advocates Presents Resist 101

Learn how to get in contact with government officials and make your wishes known to them.

Softball vs. College of Charleston

Come out for this mid-week game as your Eagles take on the Cougars from the College of Charleston!

Tanks, Smartphones, and People: The July 15 Failed Coup and the Future of Democracy in Turkey

The Spring 2017 R. Frank Saunders, Jr. Lecture Series continues with Assistant Professor of History Ahmet Akturk, Ph.D. An unsuccessful coup attempt shook...

SGA Senate Meetings

Come out and see all that the Student Government Association has planned for the school year! This is an opportunity not only to see your Senators in action,...

 “Married Today, Fired Tomorrow?  Sexual Orientation, Gender Identity, and State Nondiscrimination Laws”

Public lecture from Dr. Melinda Kane of East Carolina University on Marcy 22 at 7 p.m. in the Information Technology Building Room 1004.

Wednesday, March 22