Inclusive Excellence Report: Dr. Damon Williams Returns To Host Forum

Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief "Healing can only happen by listening and allowing folks a chance to articulate and emote and get things out and to have a dialogue..."- Dr. Damon Williams Dr. Damon Williams returned to Georgia Southern to host open forums on the Statesboro and Armstrong campuses. The forums concerned his recently published findings on... Continue Reading →

Inclusive Excellence Report: The Next Step

The Search for an Associate Vice President for Strategic Diversity and Chief Diversity Officer   Stanton Dobson, Copy Editor Among the seven recommendations in the Inclusive Excellence report needed to develop stronger commitment to diversity and inclusion, one is to develop the roles of associate vice president (AVP) for Strategic Diversity Leadership and chief diversity... Continue Reading →

Inclusive Excellence Report: What It Means For Armstrong

Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief Last week, The George-Anne Inkwell Edition published an overview of the Inclusive Excellence Report that was published by administration on Aug. 28. This article will go into what the report recommended for Armstrong campus and what it means going forward.   It was stated in the report once all of the data was... Continue Reading →

Inclusive Excellence Report Exposes Low Marks On All Three Campuses

Madison Watkins, Editor-in-Chief To say Georgia Southern has been going through growing pains post-consolidation is putting it lightly. From the low-enrollment, particularly on this campus, low morale, commencement issues and negativity towards how administration handles diversity flashpoints, the university has been through a lot the past year.  After the fallout of the “trigger-ish” incident, administration reached... Continue Reading →

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