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  • PCEC now offering B.S. in Software Engineering
    Georgia Southern University is launching a new Bachelor of Science in software engineering this fall, making it the only such degree offered by a public university in Georgia outside of Atlanta. This new program is a response to a growing national demand also identified by Georgia companies. Distinctive from computer […]
  • From MechE to Aerojet Rocketdyne: an Eagle finds her wings
    Graduating senior Lydia Poole began her college career as a first-generation student on Georgia Southern University’s Armstrong Campus in Savannah. Originally seeking a mathematics degree, Poole changed her major to mechanical engineering right before classes started. “I love mathematics,” Poole said. “But I changed to mechanical engineering because I wanted […]
  • Georgia Southern launches NASA-funded engineering mentorship program with Savannah-area high schools
    Savannah-area high school students are getting a first-hand look at engineering concepts through the Eagle Engineering Ambassadors (EAA) program, a new NASA-funded mentorship program that partners students in Georgia Southern University’s Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing with teams of high school students. The new program, much like […]
  • MSMechE Student Weaver Presents Research at DC Conference
    MS in Mechanical Engineering student Amanda Weaver presented her research at the NSF Engineering Education and Centers (EEC) Grantees Conference September 22-23, 2022 in Washington DC. Only ten students from across the U.S. were selected to present their research in this prestigious national conference. Ms. Weaver’s research is titled “Hydrogen, […]
  • PCEC’s Dr. Masoud Davari Featured in WJCL News Story about EV Charging Stations
    https://www.wjcl.com/article/georgia-receiving-dollar130-million-to-build-electric-vehicle-charging-stations/41361242# Dr. Masoud Davari, Associate Professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering, spoke with WJCL’s Andy Cole on September 23rd about Georgia’s initiative to build new electric vehicle (EV) charging stations across the state. His remarks begin at the 1:00 mark. Dr. Davari’s research include electric and smart vehicles, power electronics, […]
  • NSF Awards Grant to Masoud Davari for Supergrid Research with Denmark
    The Office of International Science and Engineering (OISE) of NSF has awarded a $300,000 in funding to Dr. Masoud Davari, associate professor of Electrical and Computer Engineering in the Paulson College of Engineering and Computing at Georgia Southern. Dr. Davari serves as the principal investigator and will collaborate with the […]

Last updated: 7/1/2021