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Sec 2-12-2021 Feb 2021

Sec 2-12-2021

Faculty Senate Minutes

No abstract provided.


Sec 1-15-2021 Minutes Jan 2021

Sec 1-15-2021 Minutes

Faculty Senate Minutes

No abstract provided.


November Minutes Nov 2020

November Minutes

Faculty Senate Minutes

No abstract provided.


10-15-2020 Approved Minutes Oct 2020

10-15-2020 Approved Minutes

Faculty Senate Minutes

No abstract provided.


Wait Time Oct 2020

Wait Time

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Faculty Senate Handbook 2020 Oct 2020

Faculty Senate Handbook 2020

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


9-17-2020 Approved Minutes Sep 2020

9-17-2020 Approved Minutes

Faculty Senate Minutes

No abstract provided.


Rationale And Duration Of Mw Schedule Changes, Jeffrey Riley Sep 2020

Rationale And Duration Of Mw Schedule Changes, Jeffrey Riley

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Cawthorn Scheduling, J. Michelle Cawthorn Sep 2020

Cawthorn Scheduling, J. Michelle Cawthorn

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Class Scheduling, Jack Simmons Sep 2020

Class Scheduling, Jack Simmons

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Monitoring Of Instruction, Heidi M. Altman Sep 2020

Monitoring Of Instruction, Heidi M. Altman

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Facilitating And Encouraging Outdoor Course/Group Meetings, Scott Beck Aug 2020

Facilitating And Encouraging Outdoor Course/Group Meetings, Scott Beck

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Parking Permits, Carol P. Jamison Aug 2020

Parking Permits, Carol P. Jamison

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Minutes 8_20_2020 Aug 2020

Minutes 8_20_2020

Faculty Senate Minutes

No abstract provided.


Inter-Campus Shuttle Ridership Tally For 2019-2020 Academic Year, Catherine Macgowan Aug 2020

Inter-Campus Shuttle Ridership Tally For 2019-2020 Academic Year, Catherine Macgowan

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Campus Carry In Georgia: Challenges & Recommendations, Elizabeth Lohrmann, Carlie Cooper, Skyler Hooper, Ashley Washington, Zakia Williams-Sledge Jul 2020

Campus Carry In Georgia: Challenges & Recommendations, Elizabeth Lohrmann, Carlie Cooper, Skyler Hooper, Ashley Washington, Zakia Williams-Sledge

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

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The 2017 Georgia House Bill 280 states that, with limited exceptions, a properly licensed handgun owner can conceal carry on Georgia’s public college and university campuses. Since its inception and because of the recent history of mass shootings, much controversy surrounds this law. The infancy and controversy behind this law calls for further research into the subject. In this paper, we will offer a discussion of historical and environmental perspective, compliance with the law, risks and challenges, previous case analysis, and recommendations for Georgia Higher Education administrators. To lessen confusion and controversy surrounding the Campus Carry law in ...


College In The Crosshairs: A Book Review, Carlie L. Cooper Jul 2020

College In The Crosshairs: A Book Review, Carlie L. Cooper

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

Violence has existed on college campuses throughout the history of higher education in America. In the Colonial Era of higher education, tension between faculty and students often led to riots and revolts led by disgruntled students (Thelin, 2011). During the Vietnam War and the Civil Rights Era, demonstrations on campuses were occasionally met by violent overreactions of law enforcement (Cohen and Kisker, 2010). In recent decades, violence on college campuses has been marked by the use of guns, leading to casualties, like in the tragic case of the Virginia Tech shooting in 2007. College in the Crosshairs: An Administrative Perspective ...


The State Of Fraternity And Sorority Life In Higher Education, Shamiece A. Banks, James G. Archibald Jul 2020

The State Of Fraternity And Sorority Life In Higher Education, Shamiece A. Banks, James G. Archibald

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

Since the establishment of the first fraternity Phi Beta Kappa in 1776, fraternities and sororities have had a 200-year-old history on college campuses in the United States. Fraternity and sorority life has become an important opportunity for students to get involved, gain leadership skills, and develop into global citizens. Despite a long standing history, the threat on the sustainability of these organizations has increased over the years. Hazing, alcohol abuse, and negative media attention have created challenges for Greek-letter organizations. The purpose of this article is to explore the historical context of fraternity and sorority life, the issues that are ...


Using Critical Race Theory To Explore The Experiences Of College Students From Rural Areas, Elise J. Cain, Natesha L. Smith Jul 2020

Using Critical Race Theory To Explore The Experiences Of College Students From Rural Areas, Elise J. Cain, Natesha L. Smith

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

There are several indicators (e.g. lower enrollment rates and lower persistence rates) that rural people are achieving less postsecondary success compared to their urban peers. This is particularly true for people with low socioeconomic statuses and people of color. This article, therefore, utilizes critical race theory in education to explore the experiences of college students from rural areas. The article begins with an overview of critical race theory and a review of relevant literature about rural students organized within a critical race theory framework. This information is then utilized to construct a strategy to guide educators in their critical ...


Georgia Journal Of College Student Affairs, Georgia College Personnel Association (Gcpa) Jul 2020

Georgia Journal Of College Student Affairs, Georgia College Personnel Association (Gcpa)

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

Complete issue of Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs, v.36, iss. 1


Becoming Liberated In The Process Of Researching And Writing About Liberation: A Scholarly Reflection Of A Healing Process In A Doctoral Program, Falon N. Thacker Jul 2020

Becoming Liberated In The Process Of Researching And Writing About Liberation: A Scholarly Reflection Of A Healing Process In A Doctoral Program, Falon N. Thacker

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

This article chronicles the process of researching and writing a dissertation about liberation and how it connects to my own experiences of liberation. Qualitative research involves a more personal connection between the researcher and the study (Hays & Singh, 2012) which allows for a more in depth understanding of the experiences of the participants and the researcher. This article provides a reflection of my journey that began in early childhood and through the doctoral process, connecting those experiences to the research process utilizing Pillow’s (2003) four reflexive strategies. Reflecting on the method, theory, and findings, the researcher makes connections with ...


The Culture Code: The Secrets Of Highly Successful Groups (Book Review), Lucero A. Aradillas Jul 2020

The Culture Code: The Secrets Of Highly Successful Groups (Book Review), Lucero A. Aradillas

Georgia Journal of College Student Affairs

In the book The Culture Code: The Secrets of Highly Successful Groups, Daniel Coyle discusses how people work together as part of a group that achieves excellent results. As opposed to this being a book on how individuals lead, the author focuses on how people interact successfully and productively with each other; thereby, giving leaders three skills that can help hone successful teams. His research identified three skills that propel effective teamwork: Build Safety, Share Vulnerability, and Establish Purpose. This book review will briefly describe these skills and how the book provides a solid base for leaders seeking to lead ...


Election Day, Chris Barnhill Jun 2020

Election Day, Chris Barnhill

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Approval Of Curricular Actions In Librarian's Report - April 2020, Y'Lonne Hodges Apr 2020

Approval Of Curricular Actions In Librarian's Report - April 2020, Y'Lonne Hodges

Faculty Senate Index

Faculty Senate Approval Vote on Curricular Actions in April 2020 Librarian's Report


4-29-2020 Faculty Senate Minutes, Carol Jamison Apr 2020

4-29-2020 Faculty Senate Minutes, Carol Jamison

Faculty Senate Minutes

April 29, 2020 Faculty Senate Minutes


Improvements To Customer Service Of Office Of Research – Audit From Spring 2020, Helen Bland Apr 2020

Improvements To Customer Service Of Office Of Research – Audit From Spring 2020, Helen Bland

Faculty Senate Index

No abstract provided.


Eliminating Colorism Through Sel: Black Boys Want To Learn Too!, Onel Bascom, Teshaunda Hannor-Walker Mar 2020

Eliminating Colorism Through Sel: Black Boys Want To Learn Too!, Onel Bascom, Teshaunda Hannor-Walker

National Youth-At-Risk Conference

Labels are for clothing, not people! The presentation Eliminating Colorism encourages positive interactions with black males in a school setting. Colorism is defined as discrimination within one group or race, and can negatively impact academics, behavior, and a child’s, development, particularly among black males. Schools incorporating Social Emotional Learning (SEL) as a best practice can help bridge the gap with our Black male population.


Empowering Teacher Teams To Expand Student Ownership, Paul Martuccio, Paul J. Bloomberg Dr. Mar 2020

Empowering Teacher Teams To Expand Student Ownership, Paul Martuccio, Paul J. Bloomberg Dr.

National Youth-At-Risk Conference

The notion of empowerment is at the core of The Public School 13 learning culture. Empowerment is about creating conditions for strengthening efficacy school wide – for students, for teachers, for teams – for the COLLECTIVE! Learn how The Public School 13 cultivates teacher leadership through collaborative inquiry with a laser-like focus on expanding student ownership and agency.


Presidential Action - Revised Academic Standing Policy, Y'Lonne Hodges Mar 2020

Presidential Action - Revised Academic Standing Policy, Y'Lonne Hodges

Faculty Senate Index

The Academic Standards Committee recommends that the University only re-admit undergraduate students on an appeal in the Fall or Spring semester, not to allow undergraduate students with approved appeals to return in the Summer semester.


Presidential Action - 9 Month Contract, Y'Lonne Hodges Mar 2020

Presidential Action - 9 Month Contract, Y'Lonne Hodges

Faculty Senate Index

The Faculty Senate at Georgia Southern University recommends that faculty can choose between receiving their 9-Month Contract salary over a 10 month period or a 12 month period as soon as possible as allowed by University System of Georgia.