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COLUMBUS, Ga. — Columbus State University is hosting a wide range of artwork by 47 student artists from 10 universities through Sunday, March 9 as part of the 2014 Peach Belt Tournament Art Exhibition.
The art created by students attending PBC schools will be on display at CSU’s Student Recreation Center, directly across the street from men’s and women’s basketball tournament action at the Lumpkin Center on CSU’s main campus. The rec center is open until 10 p.m. today (Friday), from 7 a.m.-10 p.m. Saturday and from 11 a.m.-8 p.m. Sunday.
Jose Jesus Rizo Fonseca, a senior at the University of North Georgia, won the competitive exhibition’s first place prize for his cut paper work, “Axiom.”
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COLUMBUS, Ga. – Gov. Nathan Deal will deliver the commencement address at Columbus State University’s spring 2014 graduation on Monday, May 12.
About 800 students are expected to graduate at the 6:30 p.m. Columbus Civic Center ceremony.
“We are so very honored to have Gov. Deal as our commencement speaker,” CSU President Tim Mescon said. “This is a tremendous moment for the university. The Governor has had a long and distinguished career in service to the nation and the state of Georgia, and we look forward to hearing what he will share with our graduates in May."
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ATLANTA — Gov. Nathan Deal today announced that Columbus State will be among five Georgia universities participating in a national initiative to boost the number of outstanding STEM teachers — in science, technology, engineering and math — and how they’re prepared to teach.
Georgia will be the first state in the South to join the growing national Woodrow Wilson Teaching Fellowships program, Deal said. Other Georgia institutions selected to participate are Georgia State University, Kennesaw State University, Mercer University and Piedmont College.
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COLUMBUS, Ga. — About 80 Columbus State University students have signed up to participate in community service projects March 3-7 as part of an Alternative Spring Break organized by CSU’s Center for Career Development.
Students are participating in these projects during the university’s Spring Break for a number of reasons, an organizer said. Many are part of campus programs and organizations that stress volunteerism, including CSU’s Servant Leadership Program.
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