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Georgia Southern Alumna Featured on The Today Show

In celebration of International Women’s Day this past March, medical laboratory science alumna Dana Baker (’03) was featured on The Today Show on NBC. Baker, along with other women from across the country, shared stories and experiences in navigating through the COVID-19 pandemic during a live broadcast

Lee Publishes Book Chapter

Associate Professor and Program Director of Nuclear Medicine Rochelle Lee, Ed.D., recently published the book chapter “Survival Strategies for African American Women Currently Employed, Newly Employed, or Contemplating Employment at a PWI” in the book Thriving as a Woman in Leadership in Higher Education. Scheduled to be released this April, in the chapter Lee shares […]

Georgia Southern Program Nationally Ranked

Georgia Southern University has received a national ranking the Radiologic Sciences program within the Waters College of Health Professions. Best Value Schools ranked the Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences with a concentration in radiography degree No. 4 on the list of  “Best 25 X-Ray Tech Schools in 2021.” Rankings were determined based on a school’s […]

Radiologic Sciences Program Ranked No. 6

Georgia Southern University’s Bachelor of Science in Radiologic Sciences degree has been named among the top 10 fastest online radiation sciences bachelor’s programs for 2021 by Best Health Degrees. Best Health Degrees ranked the Radiologic Sciences program No. 6 in its top 10 list of programs. Programs were evaluated and ranked according to price, accreditation, reputation and […]

Respiratory Therapy Alum Recognized

This past November, respiratory therapy alumnus Andrew Williams (’83), was awarded the McAuley Award from St. Joseph’s/Candler. Williams, who currently serves as the manager of respiratory therapy at St. Joseph’s/Candler Hospital, was nominated by his co-workers for this honor due to his dedication to the field and his work ethic. About the McAuley AwardThe McCauley […]