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Political Science Student Vanessa Okojie Named Outstanding CoHSS Student

This semester, Political Science major Vanessa Okojie has been named the 2022 Outstanding Student in the College of Humanities and Social Sciences, and, with her impressive list of academic and organizational achievements, Vanessa has certainly put the hours in. Alongside this weighty achievement, she has also received the William M. Morrow Award, an award withinContinue reading “Political Science Student Vanessa Okojie Named Outstanding CoHSS Student”

VSU History Students and Faculty Collaborate to Create New Civil Rights Exhibit in Odum Library

In Fall 2021, Dr. Sarah FitzGerald of VSU’s History Department taught an interesting final project in her Public History course, asking her students to take a more active role in presenting history by planning, assembling, and executing a civil rights-themed history exhibit. In her activity, Dr. FitzGerald had students work collaboratively to assemble an exhibitContinue reading “VSU History Students and Faculty Collaborate to Create New Civil Rights Exhibit in Odum Library”

VSU Student Jenyla Brown Interns for Georgia General Assembly

This semester, Political Science student Jenyla Brown had the great honor of interning for the Georgia General Assembly, something she’s very excited about and rightfully so. Jenyla is a political science major with a minor in journalism, and she first became interested in the position following a conversation with Dr. Robbins, the head of theContinue reading “VSU Student Jenyla Brown Interns for Georgia General Assembly”

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