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Professional Development resources and opportunities for GC Library Faculty

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This guide will serve us the portal for all information regarding professional development at Russell Library. 

Upcoming Events

National Library Week ~ Appreciation Day

  • Tuesday, April 10th at 11am in the 3rd Floor Staff Lounge!
  • Catered Food with gifts

Avengers: Infinity War Movie Social Outing

  • Tuesday, May 1st 2018 at 4pm

Russell Library Spring Flash Conference

  • May 16th 2018 11:30 am - 1:30 pm

Upcoming Deadlines

TBD

Announcements

  • 21st Georgia College Student Research Conference

    • The 21st Annual Georgia College Student Research Conference will be held Friday, March 9 from 8:30 a.m. to 2 p.m. in the Health Sciences building. Please attend to learn from student scholars who will present original research and creative works from a variety of disciplines.
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  • Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Session
    • If you missed the Federal Student Loan Forgiveness Session on Monday, February 26, 2018, you can visit Fidelity.com/forgiveness for further details.

      For more information contact benefits@gcsu.edu or Alrick Banks in the Office of Human Resources at alrick.banks@gcsu.edu

  • Economics student takes home national research award
    • Eight students recently presented their research at the Academy of Economics and Finance (AEF) Conference in Houston, Texas. Senior economics major Hannah Pasko won the Outstanding Undergraduate Student Paper Competition in Economics. She competed against undergraduate students from across the country bringing home the top prize. Pasko’s research is titled "Does Social Media Usage Affect Suicide Rates in the United States?"

      Other students who participated are: Sungmee Kim, Kendall Southerland, Victoria Shoemaker, Ragnheidur Bjarnadottir, Isabelle Evans, Jessica Kleinman and Caitlin McKeon.

      Dr. Brooke Conaway and Dr. Brent Evans, both assistant professors of economics and Georgia College graduates, took the students to the conference. Conaway has organized the trip for students for the past four years and oversaw the entire undergraduate competition at the conference. She also moderated a session. Evans served as a judge for the undergraduate competition. 

      Last year, two Georgia College students tied for the top Undergraduate Research Award at the conference.