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College of Coastal Georgia Newsletter 

End of April 2011

Table of Contents

Mariners Golf Wins Regional Championship

Birthdays

Service Opportunity with "Project Graduation"

Student Art Show Closes Friday

2011 Foundation Fundraising Update

New SGA Officers Elected

Residence Hall Director and Students RAs Selected

Law Day Program Set for May 4

 

Coastal Georgia in the News

Foursome signs with Coastal

 

CCGA in GACA golf tourney

 

Fine-tuning their games

 

 Coastal Georgia offering new help to students

 

 College cost rises

 

Board of Regents votes to raise tuitions

 

HOPE & Dreams Alive 

 

Would-be presenter turns out to be winner

 

College awards honors

 

College hires hoops coach

 

Mariners Scoreboard 

new athletics

 

Golf 

This news story tells it all!

Read Coach Mike Cook's comments:

Mariners, Liggin capture first in Region 17 tourney 

We're off to nationals!

 

 

Go Mariners!

 

  

 Women's Softball

The Lady Mariners 

concluded their spring season with a 25-23 overall record, 10-12 in league play.

 

 

Calendar

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APRIL

 

28 - Seaswells

First Copy Program

12:30-1:30 p.m.

SAC Patio

More information

 

29 - Coastal Cafe Closes for Renovations

 

29 - CCGA Spring Cross Country Series

4-6 p.m.

Behind SAC, near the lake

More information

 

30 - Expanding Your

Horizons Day

9 a.m.-12:45 p.m.

Registration at the

Southeast Georgia

Conference Center

More information

 

MAY

 

  02 - Coastal Symphony of Georgia Concert

8 p.m.

Glynn Academy Auditorium

 

03 - YWCA 13th Annual Tribute to Women Leaders

Keynote Speaker:

Dr. Valerie A. Hepburn

Noon

Grand Oaks Hall

Jekyll Island

 

03 - SGHS Annual Team Members Art Show

Exhibit through June 7

Southeast Georgia Health System Outpatient Care Center

Art Gallery

Brunswick

 

04 - Law Day

1-3 p.m.

Southeast Georgia

Conference Center

Read more in this newsletter

 

06 - Commencement Rehearsal

2 p.m.

Coffin Gym

 

06 - Annual Glynn County Art Teachers Exhibit

Artists' Reception 5-7 p.m.

Exhibit through June 4

Historic Ritz Theatre

Brunswick

 

07 - Graduation

10 a.m. - 1 p.m.

 Howard Coffin Gym

 

 07-08 - Tabby & Tillandsia

Garden Walk

 Cassina Garden Club

St. Simons Island

 

07 - Canopy!

Aerial Circus

8 p.m.

Ashantilly Center

Darien

 

10 - Island Renaissance Singers: Madrigals, Spirituals &

Folk Songs

25th Anniversary Concert

7:30 p.m.

First Baptist Church

St. Simons Island

 

 

 

 

 

 Birthdays

  

 APRIL

27 - Jennifer Ray

  

EARLY MAY

09 - Harold Day

  

 

Service Opportunity

  "Project Graduation"

  

Omicron Omega Chapter of Phi Theta Kappa is asking for canned food and book donations. The books will go to a local after-school literacy program and the food will go to Second Harvest. In addition to continuing to put food in the special collection barrels placed around campus, please place book donations in the marked green and white boxes located on the

main campus and at

Camden Center.

Used textbooks with a copyright date of five years or less may be donated for distribution by Better World Books to

Books for Africa.

May 7 is the deadline for book donations.

(Submitted by

Professor Sheila Ledford.)

School of Business and Public Affairs to Release First Issue of the Southeast Georgia Coastal Monitor This Week

 

For BBA student Jessin Oueslati, this is the final project of his senior year. For the Southeast Georgia (SEGA) Joint Development Authority, this is the beginning of much-needed research to help promote viability of economic development for the six-county region of Brantley, Camden, Charlton, Glynn, McIntosh, and Wayne.

 

Scheduled for release at the end of April, the inaugural issue of Southeast Georgia Coastal Monitor will serve as an introduction to the economy of the southeast Georgia coast, according to Dr. Don Mathews, Professor of Economics. "The text is general and the data cover the past 10 years. The summer issue will provide an overview of the industrial makeup of the region. Once that core information is presented, our research will turn to specific industries."

 

The SEGA Joint Development Authority commissioned the series of quarterly economic monitoring reports. "The Monitor will be available online in .pdf form. The annual summary, which will come out in January, may also be available in print. That is still to be determined," Dr. Mathews said.

 

The inaugural issue was researched and authored by a team of three: Jessin Oueslati, an undergraduate research assistant in the School of Business and Public Affairs, Dr. Craig Fleisher, Dean of the School, and Dr. Mathews.

 

"The Monitor is another example of how our business courses, experiential learning focus, and community engagement come together to enhance regional economic development while enriching our students' learning experience and engaging both students and faculty in applied research and service activities," Dr. Fleisher concluded.

 

 

Spring 2011 Student Art Show Closes Friday

 

The annual student art exhibit continues on display in the lobby of the Southeast Georgia Conference Center through Friday, April 29.

 

"The show is a selection of highlights from student work over the last academic year," Jeff Lemieux, Assistant Professor of Art, explained.  "We have an amazing level of student talent in our area and our goal is to put some of it on display. Due to limited resources, we're not showing everything that deserves showing, but we hope the College community can come and enjoy what we can set out."

 

The exhibit hours are noon-4 p.m. daily.

 

 

Foundation Aunnual Fund Campaign Update  

 

As of April 27, annual fund campaign efforts had achieved 48% of the 2011 goal. Shooting for $2,155,000, the Foundation has raised $1,039,843 in the first four months of the campaign year.

 

According to the Advancement Office analysis, the Alumni Scholarship challenge is at 80.9% of goal ($4,045 towards a goal of $5,000), the community campaign is at 31.8% of goal ($114,751 towards a goal of $360,000) and major gifts has achieved 73.9% of goal ($887,925 towards a goal of $1.2 million.)

    

The 2011 goal for faculty and staff participation is $30,000. According to the analysis, 9.2% ($2,782) has been collected to date.

 

Read more about the 2011 Annual Fund Campaign.

 

New Student Governmant Association Officers for 2011-2012 Elected by Student Body 

  

Lindsey Little

Lindsey Little

Almost 200 students participated in the election to select new SGA officers for the coming school year, according to the Office of Student Life. When the votes were tallied, Lindsey Little was elected President; Carrie Gossett was re-elected Vice President, but representing the main campus rather than the Camden Center; Thuydy Nguyen will be the new Vice President, Camden Center; and Sandra Crum will serve as Secretary.

  

"As president, my goal is to increase club involvement in SGA," Little said. "I'd like to see more coordination between clubs, the Programming Board, and SGA for campus activities. Communication is key to any organization."

  

Little believes SGA should serve as the student gateway to College administration. "Students need to know the facts - not the rumors - to make informed opinions."

 

Lakeside Village Residence Hall Director and Assistants Named

 

Resident Assistants

2011-2012 Coastal Georgia Resident Assistants

Coastal Georgia is another step closer to opening the doors of the first student residence hall on campus. Amber Sutor will serve as full-time director, living in the building and supervising the student resident assistants, according to Dr. Michael Butcher, Director of Residence Life and Housing.

 

"Amber will join us as beginning June 1," Dr. Butcher said. "She is coming from Rider University in Lawrenceville, New Jersey.  She received her Master's degree in College Student Affairs from the University of South Florida.  She has five years of experience as a residence hall director and will be an excellent addition to the Office of Residence Life and Housing team."

 

Nine students have been selected to serve as resident assistants: Hillary Caton, Laura Griggs, Lindsey Little, Tiffany Curry, Tajhonika Nathaniel, Tyrone Bacon, Dion Edwards, Gustavo Ruiz-Abad, and Gregory Simpson.

 

In explaining their role, Dr. Butcher noted, "The Resident Assistants are integral members of the Lakeside Village team. They help build community and student interaction while promoting an academically supportive environment. The RAs will provide academic and social programming; create an inclusive and welcoming environment; encourage residents to approach one another with concerns; help ensure a safe and secure environment; and be approachable and accessible."

 

State Attorney General Keynote Speaker for Law Day Program May 4

 

Attorny General Samuel S. Olens

Attorney General Samuel S. Olens

 

In partnership with the Brunswick-Glynn County Bar Association, the College will host the 2011 Law Week Lecture Wednesday, May 4, 1 p.m., in the Southeast Georgia Conference Center. The keynote speaker is Georgia Attorney General Samuel S. Olens presenting "The Legacy of John Adams: From Boston to Guantanamo."  

 

During the program, the Liberty Bell Award will be presented to Elouise Clinch, the Private Bar Coordinator for the Brunswick and Waycross offices of Georgia Legal Services.  

 

PHOTO OF THE WEEK

#10 tee at the NJCAA DII Region 17 golf championship tournament played on Jekyll Island.

(Photo provided by Coach Mike Cook.)

 

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