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The recent killing of George Floyd in Minneapolis, Minnesota, is the latest in a series of deeply troubling events which have focused the attention of our nation on racism which has plagued our nation for centuries.
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East Georgia State College political science professor, Dr. H. Lee Cheek, has been elected to the Executive Committee of the Georgia Political Science Association for the third time in the last thirty years.
Susanna Hall, a recent graduate of East Georgia State College (EGSC), was awarded the Mercer University School of Medicine Physicians for Rural Georgia Scholarship.
Theo Howard, a veteran with 25 years of coaching experience, has been named the interim head women’s basketball coach at East Georgia State College.
Michael Moran, the former Assistant Director of the Learning Commons at East Georgia State College, has been named the new Director of Admissions.
Georgia Mathews-Beasley has been named the director of retention at East Georgia State College.
Each semester, East Georgia State College has hundreds of students who make their way down the halls of the Swainsboro, Statesboro or Augusta campus. Each student has a different story and different reason why they are pursuing a degree, but very few students have their motivation right beside them or even, sometimes, in the same class.