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  • Advisor Erica Colbert earns Ed.D.
    Erica R. Colbert, advisor for all students in the Paulson College of Engineering and Computing graduate programs and the BIT Online program, has successfully defended her dissertation and passed her terminal examination to earn her Ed.D. from Maryville University in Higher Education Leadership. Maryville University is based in St. Louis, […]
  • MechE Student Amanda Weaver Selected for Posters on the Hill
    Amanda Weaver, recent graduate from the BS MechE program and current MSME student, has been accepted to present her research “Hydrogen for aerospace travel: The new climate change mitigation technology,” at the Council on Undergraduate Research’s (CUR) Posters on the Hill 2021, which will take place as a virtual event […]
  • Graduate Lands Dream Job at Tesla
    February 2, 2021 Gracia Dardano, a recent graduate of the BSME program at Georgia Southern, recently accepted a position as an Associate Manufacturing Engineer with Tesla in their Cell Battery Engineering Department. Dardano will undergo training in Fremont, CA prior to departing to Tesla’s new battery facility in Austin, TX. […]
  • Georgia Southern realizes goal of new Engineering and Research Building to equip students, researchers and industry
    Georgia Southern has officially opened its new Engineering and Research Building for students and researchers, a facility that will serve as the epicenter for engineering excellence and innovation in southeast Georgia. The building is designed to facilitate academic and institutional partnerships, inspire creative engineering and accelerate academic success for students […]
  • Virtual Industry Expo a big success for Georgia Southern University engineering and computing students
    The Allen. E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing at Georgia Southern University is hailing the success of its first-ever Industry Expo, which was held on Dec. 3. The event was envisioned to be  held in person, but was hosted online this year due to the COVID-19 pandemic. The Industry […]
  • MSEE Available on Armstrong, Liberty Campuses and VECTR Center in Warner Robins
    Georgia Southern University’s Department of Electrical and Computer Engineering is now offering the Master of Science in Electrical Engineering (MSEE) program on the Armstrong and Liberty campuses and to the new off-campus location, the Georgia Veterans Education Career Transition Resource (VECTR) Center in Warner Robins, Georgia, providing an opportunity for […]

Last updated: 3/18/2021