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Newsroom, Georgia Southern University Aug 2019

Newsroom, Georgia Southern University

Newsroom

  • Georgia Southern student, faculty research shows surprising findings about pet ownership, potential health risks for women
  • Georgia Southern helping rural teachers introduce renewable energy into classrooms


Women's Education: An International Perspective, Nneka B. Dean Jan 2017

Women's Education: An International Perspective, Nneka B. Dean

University Honors Program Theses

The purpose of this study is to dissect a topic that is heavily discussed around the world: women’s education and the many diverse ways in which it is practiced. One of the reasons women’s education is such a highly-debated topic is because there are still many differences in how people believe it should be accomplished while other places do not see the advantage or purpose of educating women. There are many countries with male dominated enrollment because of the women’s traditionally-held gender role of staying at home or because the family’s socioeconomic status. This study compared ...


My News Aug 2015

My News

My News

  • Georgia Southern researchers study why clean water, sanitation efforts may not reach women as intended
  • CEIT presents Awards of Excellence
  • Danny Reed named "Voice of the Eagles"
  • Celebrate College Colors Day Friday, Sept. 4


Newsroom, Georgia Southern University Aug 2015

Newsroom, Georgia Southern University

Newsroom

  • Georgia Southern researchers study why clean water, sanitation efforts may not reach women as intended


Perceptions Of Mentoring: Examining The Experiences Of Women Superintendents In Georgia, Scarlett Copeland Jan 2013

Perceptions Of Mentoring: Examining The Experiences Of Women Superintendents In Georgia, Scarlett Copeland

Electronic Theses and Dissertations

The number of women superintendents working in Georgia public schools exceeds the national average, but unfortunately, when compared to the number of men in the same position, women are not as well represented. This gap between female and male superintendents, and the reasons why this disparity exist, has been the subject of many research studies. One possible explanation for this phenomenon is a lack of mentoring for women superintendents.

This descriptive mixed methods study gathered both quantitative and qualitative data on the mentoring experiences of women superintendents in Georgia. The quantitative participants in this study included 39 women superintendent in ...


The George-Anne Sep 2011

The George-Anne

The George-Anne

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