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2014 News


December

University Named to 2015 STEM Jobs Approved Colleges List
Start Strong, Start Now Registration Event on Dec. 12

November

College of Health Professions Receives Georgia Medical Society Award
President Linda M. Bleicken Appointed to AASCU Board of Directors
Stress-Free Day for Students on Nov. 18
Ethics in the Workplace Community Symposium on Nov. 20
University Ranks 12th on Prestigious Best for Vets: Colleges 2015 List
Moveable Feast Lecture on Imperialism and National Identity, Nov. 13

October

Kappa Sigma Shaves to Save!
Inaugural Diversity Week Kicks Off on Nov. 3
Special Screening of “Mending the Line” Documentary, November 10
University Hosting Leadership Lecture Featuring Ken Blanchard October 29
University to Celebrate Day of the Dead on November 3
University to Host Lecture by Author of Scratch Beginnings on November 5
U.S. Air Force Concert Band to Perform Live on Oct. 22
Graduates Honored at Inaugural Armstrong Awards Gala
Armstrong State University Arboretum Wins Savannah Tree Foundation Award
Now Collecting Donations for Third Annual Clothing Closet Event

September

Crisis in Ukraine Symposium, October 16 and 17
2014 Health and Wellness Fair, October 1
G.I. Jobs Honors University as a Military Friendly School for Fifth Year
Dr. Bleicken Signs Memorandum of Understanding with South University
Professor Honored by the Federation of State Boards of Physical Therapy
Bruce Barragan Hired as Executive-in-Residence
University to Celebrate Latino Heritage Week September 19-26
Douglas E. Masini Named a Fellow of the American College of Chest Physicians
First-Ever Farmer’s Market Coming to Campus September 9
Nursing Student Crowned Miss Collegiate America
Memorandum of Understanding Signed With Georgia Military College

August

Greek Life and University Staff Participate in ALS Ice Bucket Challenge
Faculty Lecture Series Kicks Off with John Jensen
Liberty Center Groundbreaking in Hinesville on September 10
University Representatives Meet with Israeli Consul General
Move-In Day! The Class of 2018 Occupies Windward Commons
Cecil “Rock” McCaskill Hired as University Registrar
2014-2015 Moveable Feast Schedule Announced
University Named a Yellow Ribbon School, Tuition Assistance for Military

July

Police Department Wins Top Award for Cyber Forensics Work
Each One Teach One Receives Excellence in Education Award
LeFavi, Biodynamics Center featured in the Washington Post
Armstrong Catcher Inks Professional Contract with Giants Organization
Armstrong Promotes Melody Rodríguez to Director of Lumina Program
Fees for Active Duty Military Waived
Armstrong to Hold Start Strong, Start Now Registration Event on August 5
Armstrong’s Master of Public Health Program Reaccredited for Seven Years

June

Armstrong Hires Amy Zieziula as Assistant Dean of Student Integrity
Savannah Winds to Present Annual Patriotic Concert on June 29
Armstrong Professor Awarded $50,000 National Science Foundation Grant
Armstrong Professor Accepted to Health Disparities Cyber-Mentoring Program
Armstrong Professor Publishes Book About African American Servicewomen
Armstrong’s Latest Economic Monitor Reports Rapid, Broad-Based Growth
Two Armstrong Professors Selected as Governor’s Teaching Fellows
Armstrong Brings Home Three Best of Savannah Awards

May

Residential Students Give Back to Goodwill, Second Harvest During Spring Move-Out
Armstrong Hires Nick Shrader as Director of Housing and Residence Life
Armstrong Names Associate Provost for Academic Affairs and Graduate Studies
Armstrong Accepting Nominations for 2014 Notable Alumni Awards
Professor Awarded National Endowment
Armstrong’s Cyber Crime Program Honored as One of Nation’s Best

April

Armstrong Hosts Military Science Army ROTC Awards Ceremony
Awards Convocation Recognizes Star Students
Armstrong Launches New Online M.Ed. in Curriculum and Instruction
Inaugural Engineering Design Challenge to Showcase Self-Propelled Hovercrafts
Armstrong Receives Board of Regents Approval to Drop “Atlantic” From University Name
Faculty and Staff Honored at 2014 Leadership Awards Ceremony
Armstrong to Host TechFest 2014 on April 11
Armstrong Collaborates with Georgia Southern to Host Annual Meeting

March

Armstrong to Host InterProfessional Health Care Summit
Ella Howard to Present Moveable Feast Lecture on March 27
Armstrong announces new environmental studies minor
Armstrong to Present We the Kings Live in Concert on April 3
Armstrong Hires Ann Heiny as Director of First Year Experience
Melody Rodríguez Presented with Savannah Women Who Rock Award
Armstrong Celebrates Women’s Empowerment Month
Trayvon Martin and Jordan Davis Panel Discussion Set for March 11
Armstrong Learning Commons Takes Top Honor in Atlanta
Armstrong Hires Jonathan White as Director of Admissions and Recruitment

February

Deidra Dennie Named as Director of Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion
Armstrong to Host Treasure Savannah on Saturday, March 1
Armstrong Names George Lantzounis as New Director of Career Services
Columbia University Professor to Speak at Armstrong on Feb. 26
Armstrong to Waive Application Fee For Active Duty, National Guard and Reserve
Armstrong Unveils Rendering of New Armstrong Liberty Center in Hinesville
Professor Wins Award From the Georgia Speech-Language-Hearing Association
Armstrong Celebrates Black History Month With Several Events
Alumni Office Announces 2014 Events
Homecoming Set for February 21-22
Armstrong Graduate Named Teacher of the Year
Armstrong to Host Georgia Science Bowl on February 22

January

Georgia Power Donates $25,000 to Armstrong Commitment Fund
Art Exhibit, Silent Auction to Benefit Flannery O’Connor Childhood Home
James Anderson Reappointed to the Greater Savannah International Alliance
Armstrong Participates in the Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. Observance Day Parade
Armstrong’s Grace Fleming Featured in USA Today
Dr. Mark A. Finlay Honored Posthumously as Ossabaw Fellow
“Moveable Feast” Series Continues

2013 News


December

Armstrong Police Chief Honored with 2013 Governor’s Public Safety Award
New Sculpture Garden Beginning to Take Root at Armstrong
Armstrong Hosts 2013 Winter Commencement

November

Active Duty Military and Veterans to be Recognized at Winter Commencement
Armstrong Introduces New Online Cyber Crime Certificate
Armstrong Earns 2013 Innovation Award
Armstrong Names Associate Provost for Student Engagement and Success
Armstrong Partners with the U.S. Air Force to Provide Degree Opportunities
Megan Feasel is New Director of Student Recreation Center
Student Earns Wine and Spirits Wholesalers of Georgia Scholarship
Armstrong Helps Military Students Affected by Government Shutdown
Armstrong to Host Free Japanese Culture Presentations, Workshops

October

Assistant Professor, Clinical Supervisor Honored at Conference
25 Teacher of the Year Honorees Received Training at Armstrong
Armstrong to Host Cyber Crime Certificate Open House on October 29
Vice President for Student Affairs Presented With Positive Impact Award
Two Armstrong Grads Win Georgia Power Grants
Armstrong Alumnus Don L. Waters Honored at National Conference
Architecture Firm Selected for New Armstrong-Liberty Center
Armstrong’s Learning Commons Earns LEED Gold Certification

September

Armstrong Awarded 2014 Military Friendly Schools Designation
Armstrong Signs Memorandum of Understanding with Martin Luther University
Armstrong to Be Featured on PBS as a National Success Story on September 28
Armstrong Hires Georj Lewis as Vice President for Student Affairs
Second Quarter Economic Monitor Released
Armstrong Holds Annual Constitution Day Lecture
Armstrong Announces “A Moveable Feast” Lecture Series

August

Lane Library Presents “Muslim Journeys” Program
Armstrong Offers a Wide Range of Fall Arts Events
Armstrong Accepting Applications for Flex Term
Alumni Association Accepting Nominations for New Alumni Awards

July

Armstrong Holds Health Careers Summer Camp
Armstrong’s Arboretum Featured on Award-Winning Television Show
Economic Impact Increases
Armstrong Hosts Teachers to Study Common Core Strategies
Armstrong Holds Summer Robotics Workshop

June

Annual Savannah Winds Patriotic Concert Sold Out
First Quarter Economic Monitor Released
Armstrong Atlantic Youth Orchestra Receives $18,000 Gift

May

Navigate Launches for the Class of 2017
Armstrong Wins Four Best of Savannah Honors
Armstrong Students Create Archaeology App
Armstrong Receives National Science Foundation Grant

April

2013 Armstrong Army ROTC Award Winners Recognized
Learning Commons Ribbon Cutting
Armstrong Honors Student Leaders
19th Annual Student Scholars Symposium
Regent Larry R. Ellis to Address Graduates
Armstrong Honors Campus Leaders
Armstrong Honors Women of Distinction
Armstrong Holds TechFest 2013

March

Armstrong Holds Biodynamics Interactive Showcase
Leadership Lecture Series Hosts Janisse Ray
College of Education Holds Military Family Activity Day
Fourth Quarter Coastal Empire Economic Monitor Released
Armstrong Celebrates Women’s Empowerment Month
Armstrong Honors Inaugural MLK Award Winners
Armstrong Earns NASPA Excellence Award

February

HOLA Hosts Public Radio’s Story Corps Project
Savannah Winds Celebrates 35 Years
Armstrong and Savannah Tech Forge New Partnership
Armstrong Honors Distinguished and Outstanding Alumni
Armstrong Inducts 2013 Athletic Hall of Fame Class
Armstrong History Professor Publishes Book on Homelessness
Armstrong Holds Fifth Annual Francophone Film Festival
Armstrong Tennis Player Competes in Davis Cup

January

College of Education Student Receives GBWA Scholarship
Digging Savannah Archaeology Program Takes Off
Armstrong Participates in Prescription Drug Drop-off Program
College of Health Professions Announces Career Camp
Armstrong Celebrates 2013 Black History Month
Coastal Savannah Writing Project Holds Conference
Armstrong Hosts Augusta Reception

2012 News


December

Armstrong Earns Military Friendly Designation
Armstrong Hillel Holds Inaugural Chanukah Celebration
Third Quarter Economic Monitor Shows Upward Trend

November

Regent Willis J. Potts to Keynote Fall 2012 Commencement
Recent College of Education Graduates Win Grants
Toys for Tots Donation Drive
Armstrong Is Top School in Light the Night Fundraiser
Annual Armstrong Community Summit Continues
College of Education Alumni Named Teachers of the Year
Armstrong Supports Hurricane Sandy Relief Efforts
College of Health Professions Awarded HRSA Grant

October

Safe Space and Co-Sponsors Present Speaker Series
Cathy Hill Appointed Chair of the Armstrong Foundation
College of Education Holds 12th Annual Grade School Program
Maj. Gen. Jeffrey E. Phillips to Speak at Armstrong
Office of International Education Presents Fall Events
College of Education Announces New Program
2012 Presidential Election Forum
Community Leaders Launch CAMINO
Armstrong Receives NSF Grant to Educate STEM Teachers

September

The Inkwell Honored by Associated Collegiate Press
Sustainable WeCar Program Unveiled to Students
New Dean for the College of Health Professions
History Professor Edits New Book on the Middle East
Second Quarter Economic Monitor Shows Improvement
Armstrong Celebrates Latino Heritage Week 2012
Career Services Clothing Closet 2012
New Director of Alumni Development Joins Armstrong
2012-13 Faculty Lectures Series Begins

August

The Goizueta Foundation, HOLA Scholarships Recognized
Armstrong Holds Open House for M.O.V.E. Initiative
Armstrong Adds New Associate VP of Enrollment Services
2012-13 Common Read Kick-Off Event
New Undergraduate Certificate in Criminal Justice
Free Smoking Cessation Classes for Fall Semester
VP for Business and Finance Receives National Award
Armstrong and GSU Sign MOU for Engineering Programs

July

College of Education Professor Publishes New Book
Armstrong Establishes New Financial Assistance for Students
ICE Continues Community Speakers Bureau
Armstrong’s Economic Impact Tops $200 Million
“Teachers: Earn an Advanced Degree” Information Session
Armstrong Establishes Partnership with Swedish University
New Certificate in Professional Communication and Leadership
Armstrong Announces New Provost and VPAA

June

Ribbon Cutting Ceremony Held for Military Outreach Center
“Become a Teacher” Information Session
Armstrong Tennis Featured On CBS
Military Outreach Center Open House and Ribbon Cutting
Armstrong Announces New Director of First Year Experience
Free Smoking Cessation Classes
Armstrong Announces New Director of Multicultural Affairs
Armstrong Hosts Centennial Girl Scouts Camporee
Armstrong Establishes B.J. Ford Endowed Scholarship
Former Professor Honored
Armstrong Receives Complete College Georgia Initiative Funds
New Pirates Make Friends at Navigate

May

Megan Feasel in Top 9 Percent of Boston Marathon Runners
Armstrong’s First 2012 Economic Monitor Released
Armstrong Names College of Science and Technology Dean
HOLA and Big Brothers Big Sisters Reach Out to Latino Youth
Armstrong Rad Sci Student Wins ASRT Scholarship
Armstrong’s SGA Grants Senior Wishes
Armstrong Names New Director of Housing and Residence Life
Armstrong Honors Golden Grads with Luncheon

April

Walk/Run Now! Raises Autism Awareness
John Barrow to Address Armstrong Graduates
Armstrong’s Growing Dreams Gala to Benefit Latino Students
Student Scholars Symposium Just Around the Corner
Student Awards Convocation Recognizes Star Pirates
Armstrong Honors Earth Day with New Sustainability Initiative
Armstrong Raises Awareness with “The Vagina Monologues”
Armstrong Announces New Chief Information Officer
Armstrong Student Wins Big Sister of the Year
Armstrong’s Online IT Program Receives National Ranking
Armstrong Participates in National Drug Take Back Initiative

March

Armstrong to Host the 50th SCSS Annual Meeting
Visiting Professor Lectures on Women’s Holocaust Monument
Armstrong Adds Public Relations Manager
Feminists Air Dirty Laundry with the Clothesline Project
ArmstrongExperience.com Wins CASE District Award
Pi Kappa Alpha Raises Money and Awareness

February

Armstrong Professor Selected as Visiting Scholar
Armstrong Professor Named Teaching Fellow
Armstrong Named a Military Friendly School
“Teens for Literacy” Opens the Doors to Reading
Armstrong to Hold Fourth Annual Francophone Film Festival
Armstrong To Become a Tobacco-Free Campus in 2012
Avery Brooks to Perform at Armstrong

January

Author Melissa Fay Greene to Speak at Armstrong
National White Collar Crime Center Offers Course at Armstrong
International Scholar-in-Residence to Speak at Armstrong
Golden Dragon Acrobats to Perform at Armstrong
Siemens Sponsors Armstrong-Hosted Georgia Science Bowl
Eleven Teacher of the Year Nominees Hail from Armstrong
Armstrong Alumna is Star Runner
Armstrong Student Publishes in Swedish Magazine
Armstrong to Host Annual Spring Semester Study Abroad Fair
Armstrong to Host Augusta Reception
Veronikha Salazar is Hispanic Outreach Coordinator

2011 News


December

Armstrong Holiday Schedule
Savannah Winds to Perform at the Savannah Music Festival
Armstrong Professor Receives FIRST LEGO League Award
Clothes for Kids Project Donates Clothing to Military Families
Chancellor Hank Huckaby Addresses Class of 2011
Dr. Carey Adams to Join Armstrong as Provost and VPAA
Rahimi Publishes Book About Sexual Harassment in Schools
Armstrong Collects More Than 350 Toys for Local Children
Chancellor Huckaby to Deliver Keynote at Commencement

November

Clothes for Kids Project to Benefit Military Families at Hunter
Economic Monitor for 3rd Quarter Now Available
Armstrong to Host Inaugural Domingo Universitario Workshop
Armstrong Professor to Study at University of Copenhagen
Armstrong Announces Its 2011 Notable Alumni
Armstrong Faculty Panel to Discuss The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Armstrong Professor Awarded Scholarship to Teach Abroad
Armstrong Students LEARN About Criminal Justice Careers
Georgia Latino Student Success: Armstrong to Receive New Support to Help U.S. Achieve Goal 2025
Mary “Molly” McConnell Award Recognizes Armstrong Student

October

Armstrong Offers New Economics Track
Armstrong Professor Elected President of GSRC
Armstrong Welcomes Halle Delegation
Armstrong to Host Career and Graduate School Fair
Armstrong Professor is Editor of World History Book Series
Armstrong Faculty Lecture is October 26
Armstrong Study Abroad in China Broadens
Celebrate Armstrong Week
Armstrong Names Coordinator for Communication Sciences
Armstrong to Offer Study Abroad in Ghana
Armstrong Respiratory Therapy Student Earns Scholarship
Armstrong ROTC Cadet Ranked No. 10 in the Nation

September

Armstrong to Participate in National Take Back Initiative
Armstrong’s Physical Therapy Department to Host 5k Run
Armstrong Names Director of Major and Planned Giving
Armstrong Nursing Students Provide Health Education
Armstrong Partners to Start IHI Student Chapter
Windward Commons Gets Nod from National Magazine
Faculty Lecture: “Western Students Meet Eastern Medicine”
Armstrong Awards $150,000 in Scholarships to Latinos
Economic Monitor for 2nd Quarter Now Available
Faculty Art Exhibit Opens September 12
Armstrong hosts lecture on medical ethics as part of Common Read
Venture Explores Feasibility of Regional Passenger Rail Service

August

Armstrong to Host Latino Heritage Week Sept. 19-28
Armstrong Professor is International Lecturer, Java Champion
New Book Sheds Light on Turbulent 10th Century China
Armstrong Names Director of Alumni Relations and Annual Giving
Armstrong Receives Grant from Department of Justice
Armstrong PD to Offer Free Training, Car Safety Seat Checks

July

Armstrong’s Faculty Lecture Series Opens September 7
Armstrong’s Common Read: The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks
Armstrong Awarded Financial Literacy Grant
Armstrong Appoints Director of Online Education
Teachers Hone Literacy Teaching Skills Over Summer
Armstrong PD Will Offer Free Classes, Training in July
Armstrong Leads Summer Robotics Initiative

June

Armstrong Appoints Vice President of Student Affairs
Armstrong Places 83 Athletes On PBC Presidential Honor Roll
Armstrong Students Earn Radiation Therapy Scholarship
Armstrong Psychology Student Earns Scholarships to Tufts
Armstrong’s Impact on Regional Economy Tops $201 Million
Armstrong’s Kappa Delta Pi Wins National Award
Armstrong Appoints Director of Liberty Center
Get the Armstrong Experience
Armstrong Names Director of Athletics
Armstrong Establishes Relationship with China’s Jiujiang University

May

Armstrong’s Collegiate 100 Receives National Honor
Armstrong Recognizes Outstanding Staff Members
The Goizueta Foundation Awards $870,000 to Armstrong
Armstrong Presents 2011 Faculty Leadership Awards
Armstrong Study Abroad Programs See Growth
Armstrong Economic Monitor: Slow growth continues
Barry Ends Lady Pirates’ Hope for Fourth Straight Title
Lady Pirates Advance To NCAA Semifinals
No. 4 Lady Pirates Advance To NCAA Quarterfinals
No. 1 Pirates Fall In Round Of 16 To Defending Champs Barry
Pirates Tennis Headed for NCAA Round of 16
Armstrong Engineering Students Win First Place in Poster Contest
Armstrong’s Emerging Leader Program Graduates 18
Armstrong Faculty Member Selected for NEH Institute

April

Jack Kingston to Give Keynote Address at Commencement
Armstrong Employees Honored as Scholars by the USG
Armstrong Rad Sciences Student Chosen for National Program
Armstrong to Participate in National Take Back Initiative
Armstrong Professor Invited to NEH Summer Institute
Armstrong Honors Multicultural Students’ Academic Achievements
Armstrong Professor Honored For His Research
Armstrong Student Awarded Siemens Scholarship
Armstrong Student Scholars Symposium is April 15
Armstrong’s Franchophone Film Fest April 7-9

March

3 Days for Armstrong Raises $728,044
Armstrong MHSA Student Receives National Scholarship
3 Days for Armstrong Kickoff is March 29
Gift Establishes Athletics Endowment
Brooks Selected for National Leadership Program
Economic Monitor for 4th Quarter 2010 Now Available
Armstrong to Host Graduate Expo March 8

February

Mallard’s Book Chapter Profiles Former Savannah Newspaperman
Armstrong to Host Georgia Science Bowl
Student Scholars Symposium Set for April 15
Coastal Savannah Writing Project Marks First-Year Anniversary

January

Gift Creates da Cruz Scholarship
Armstrong Team Takes Top Spot in National Moot Court Tournament
Leigh Rich appointed co-editor of Journal of Bioethical Inquiry
Armstrong Literary Magazine Earns Award
Toma to Present 2011 Economic Forecast January 13

2010 News


December

Armstrong Hosts “Words Between Two Reformers: Mary McLeod Bethune and Eleanor Roosevelt”
Armstrong to Develop Quality Enhancement Plan
Armstrong’s CSRI Partners with NC4
DPT Candidate Voted President of APTA National Student Assembly
Armstrong Launches 360 Online Campus Tour
Armstrong Awards $37,204 in Science Scholarships in Fall 2010
Armstrong to Award Honorary Doctor of Letters to Alva B. Lines

November

Econ Monitor: Growth Continues, Forecasting Index Levels Off
Armstrong’s College of Education Receives Continued Accreditation
Partnership Leads to Community Indicators Database
Armstrong’s Enrollment Reaches 7,682
Armstrong Rolls Out Branding Campaign
Armstrong Hosts Regional Competition of “Battle of the Brains”

October

Fidel Castro’s Daughter to Speak at Armstrong Nov. 7
Celebrate Armstrong Day Is October 20
Armstrong Soccer Retires Kristin Burton’s Jersey
Armstrong Professor Receives Research Award

September

Armstrong English Professor Publishes Textbook
Armstrong’s Path to Integration is Topic of Forum
New Book Traces Armstrong’s 75-Year History
President Bleicken’s Inauguration is September 17
Armstrong College of Health Professions Awarded $494,686

August

Armstrong Faculty Lecture Series Kickoff is September 24
Econ Monitor: Recovery Continues, Forecasting Index Up Again
Book by Local Authors Is Common Read for Armstrong Freshmen
Armstrong’s New Housing Complex Welcomes Freshmen

July

Armstrong Pirates 5K Run Coming to Downtown
Mark Finlay Earns National Book Award
Interim Director Named for Armstrong’s Liberty Center
$93,538 Grant Supports Student Literacy
AASU’s Economic Impact on Region is $215.5 Million

June

AASU Names Vice President for Advancement
AASU, SSU Students Heading to Ghana
AASU Names Deputy Police Chief
Armstrong Recognizes Outstanding Alumni
Savannah City Council Recognizes AASU’s 75th Anniversary
AASU Radiologic Sciences Student Earns Scholarship

May

AASU Staff Members Recognized During 2010 Awards Ceremony
Faculty Honored during the 2010 Leadership Awards Ceremony
Grant to AASU Will Enhance Quality of Teaching in Georgia Schools
AASU Graduate Students Engaged in Service Projects
AASU’s Bleicken Honored by GSU Chapter of Beta Gamma Sigma
$322,900 Awarded to Support Technology in Area Schools
U.S Department of Education Awards $457,000 Grant to AASU’s Cyber Security Research Foundation

April

AASU Administrative and Faculty Offices Closed May 4
AASU to Award Honorary Degree to Frank Barragan
AASU Faculty Member Awarded 2010 Dorothy Golden Award
Latin Beats Will Liven Up AASU Fundraiser Gala
AASU to Host Ribbon-Cutting for New Student Union
AASU’s Butina Earns Award
AASU Student Selected for Johns Hopkins Residency
3 Days for AASU Raises $700,000

March

Memorial Health Gives a Boost to 3 Days for AASU
3 Days for AASU Kicks Off March 30
AASU Student Chosen for National Fellowship
Capitol Tech Highlights Tech Integration at Chatham County School
Nationally accredited Nursing and Education Programs will Remain Part of AASU Curriculum

February

AASU to Host New National Writing Project Site
AASU Hosts Poverty Simulation Event February 19
Dental Hygiene Clinic Helps Give Kids a Smile
Georgia House Recognizes AASU’s 75th Anniversary
AASU Student Selected for Post-Graduate Fellowship
AASU Debuts 75th Anniversary Web Site
AASU Hosts Study Abroad Fair Feb. 10
AASU Donor Establishes Endowed Economics Scholarship

January

AASU Athletic Trainer Helps Save A Life
Polar Bear Plunge Supports AASU Nursing Candidates
AASU Alumnus Named U.S. Marshal
AASU’s L. Russell Watjen Recognized

2009 News


December

Grant Supports AASU Study Abroad in China
AASU Gets Approval to Grant Doctor of Physical Therapy Degree
AASU’s MHSA Program Earns Reaccreditation
AASU to Hold Winter Commencement Dec. 12

November

AASU Senior Luciana Tobal Earns Scholarship
AASU Students Augment Their Reality at Symposium
Poetry Society of Georgia 2009-10 Reading Series
AASU to Field Three Teams at Regional Moot Court Tournament
AASU Competes in 34th Annual International “Battle of the Brains”
Holocaust Scholar Speaks at AASU November 9

October

AT&T Grants $75,000 to AASU Foundation
AASU Receives $192,595 for Green Labs
AASU’s Sports Medicine Program Recognized Nationally
AASU College of Education to Have Accreditation Visit
AASU Librarian Selected for National Leadership Program
AASU Administrative Offices Closed October 12
AASU Economic Monitor: Regional Economy Stabilizes

September

Garden Club Council of Chatham County Awards Scholarship
AASU Receives $1.5 Million in Stimulus Funding
Soul of a People: Writing America’s Story
Fall Enrollment Going Up

August

AASU Student Awarded Scholarship
AASU Establishes Resource Center for Incoming Freshmen
President Bleicken Hosts Opening Convocation
AASU to Implement Budget Reduction Plan
Welcome to the New AASU Website!
AASU Receives a $308,000 National Science Foundation Grant
AASU Star Student Selected for National Fellowship

July

AASU Names Dean of College of Liberal Arts
AASU Recognizes Outstanding Staff Members
AASU Hosts Peruvian Independence Events

June

AASU Presents 2009 Faculty Leadership Awards
AASU Alumni Association to Honor Alumni
Mark Finlay Traces Search for Domestic Rubber in New Book
AASU, Georgia Educators Head for Eastern Europe
NSF $1 Million Grant Supports Undergraduate Research

May

Thai Nursing Educators Visit Savannah
National Champion Pirates Return Home To Savannah
Linda M. Bleicken Appointed President of AASU

2004 News


October

AASU Team Wins First Place at Regional Moot Court Competition


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