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Wilson Honored With Johnson/Bradley Torch Bearer Award

The Waters College of Health Professions Inclusion, Equity and Access Committee has presented Charles “Hal” Wilson, Jr., Ph.D., with the inaugural Johnson/Bradley Torch Bearer Award. The Torch Bearer Award is named in recognition of Dr. Otis Johnson and Dr. John D. Bradley. As the first African American students on the Armstrong and Statesboro campuses, these men […]

Introducing the 40 Under 40 Class of 2021

Annually, the Georgia Southern University Alumni Association recognizes young alumni that are leading the way in business, leadership, community, educational and/or philanthropic endeavors. The class is chosen by a selection committee based on their professional expertise and dedication to their field and community. The Waters College of Health Professions would like to congratulate the following […]

WCHP Faculty Named Inclusive Excellence Fellows

Associate Professors Maya Clark, Ph.D. and Charles “Hal” Wilson, Ph.D., have been named a Georgia Southern University Inclusive Excellence Faculty and Staff Fellow for 2021-2022. Under the direction of the Associate Vice President for Inclusive Excellence and the Chief Diversity Officer, Fellows will lead the development and implementation of inclusive excellence initiatives. Fellows have expertise in inclusive […]

Georgia Southern Named Gold Campus

For the fourth consecutive year, Georgia Southern University has been recognized as a Gold Level Campus by Exercise is Medicine® on Campus (EIM®-OC) thanks to collaborative efforts between the Waters College of Health Professions, Health Services and Campus Recreation and Intramurals (CRI). Eligibility to receive gold, silver or bronze status is based on activities related […]

Sport Management Program Announces New Partnership

Georgia Southern University’s Department of Health Sciences and Kinesiology is excited to announce a partnership with Fitness Mentors and Symonds Training and Research. Both will be providing educational opportunities for undergraduate sport management students who will be participating in the upcoming project “What a year: Using fitness and mindfulness to decrease teacher stress.” Through the […]