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  • MechE Student Wins 2nd Place in ASME Best Paper Competition
    Matthew DeMond, a graduate student in the Mechanical Engineering program, won second place in the Best Student Paper Competition category at the ASME 2022 Power Conference and Nuclear Forum, held in Pittsburgh, PA. He was awarded a $1,000 cash prize and a certificate of recognition. Mr. DeMond conducted his research […]
  • PCEC Students Earn Volunteer Service Awards
    Congratulations to all students recognized for their volunteer efforts on the local and national level. Students who acquired 50 or 100 hours of eligible service between February 2021 and February 2022 were recognized in April, National Volunteer Month, during the Eagle Excellence Awards show. Students received either a 50 hour award, the Georgia […]
  • 26 PCEC Student Research Symposium Presentations Win Awards
    On Friday, April 22, the students of the Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing packed the IT Building’s first and second floors with outstanding presentations of research, amazing industry and faculty judges with not only the level of their work but their ability to engage one-on-one and explain […]
  • Two PCEC Faculty Awarded NSF Engineering Research Initiation (ERI) Grants
    The National Science Foundation’s Engineering Research Initiation (ERI) program has announced that it will award grants worth about $200,000 each to two Georgia Southern faculty members in the Paulson College of Engineering and Computing. Aiming to broaden the base of investigators involved in engineering research, the ERI program provides support […]
  • Students Present Posters at the Capitol on March 30
    On March 30, 2022, four students from the Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing presented their research at the annual Posters at the Capitol. This was the fourth time this prestigious invitational event was held — Georgia undergraduate students must submit an abstract, with preference given to interdisciplinary […]
  • Georgia Southern’s new Advanced Processing Research Network launched with $1 million gift from Crider, Inc.
    Georgia Southern’s Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing received a $1 million gift to develop the Advanced Processing Research Network (APRN) from Crider, Inc. of Stillmore, Georgia, a global processor of shelf-stable and fully cooked protein products. Father and son, Billy Crider Jr. and Bill Crider III (‘96) […]

Last updated: 7/1/2021