- Created on December 12, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ga. —Wendy Warner, an internationally acclaimed faculty artist in the Columbus State University’s Schwob School of Music, has been selected as CSU’s first Leah D. Hamer Distinguished Chair in Cello.
Columbus residents Leah D. Hamer and her son, George S. Hamer III, both major supporters of the Schwob school and CSU’s golf program, created the endowment that established the faculty chair.
Leah D. Hamer, a Columbus native, is the daughter of the late Richard and Leah Desportes. A graduate of Columbus High School and Sullins College in Bristol, Va., she’s a past member of the Columbus Junior League. She’s the widow of George S. Hamer Jr.
- Created on December 11, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ga. — Columbus State University is ranked among Georgia’s best colleges and university options for teacher education.
The College Database, which bills itself as “the most current and comprehensive source for U.S. college and university data,” recently released its new "Top Colleges in Georgia: Shaping the Next Generation" list, which highlights the state’s colleges and universities that produce the most teacher education graduates.
- Created on December 09, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ga. — Columbus State University police arrested two non-students on felony drug and weapon charges early Sunday, confiscating about two ounces of suspected marijuana.
Kieran Shavae Russell and Shawn Corrnell Bellamy appeared in Recorder’s Court Monday and pleaded guilty to two charges each. Bellamy, who officers determined had a 2010 burglary conviction, pleaded guilty to Possession of a Firearm during the Commission of a Crime and Possession of a Firearm by a Convicted Felon. Russell pleaded guilty to Possession of Marijuana with Intent to Distribute and to Possession of Drug-Related Objects.
- Created on December 04, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ga. — Christen Bartley fully expected to share her Columbus State University graduation day with her parents and sister.
Those plans changed for the CSU psychology major on July 8, 2012 when her father, Columbus podiatrist Dr. James Bartley Jr., her mother, Terry, and her sister, Caroline, all perished in a plane crash near New Site, Miss. Dr. Bartley was piloting a Piper PA-32 plane from the family’s vacation home near Andrews, N.C., to Oxford, Miss., where Caroline was a student at Ole Miss.
- Created on December 04, 2013
COLUMBUS, Ga. — Columbus State University’s Department of Communication is staging a Tacky Sweater Walk through Uptown Columbus, plus related activities, from 9 a.m.-noon on Saturday, Dec. 7 as a fund-raising event to help local nonprofits.
The department’s Nonprofit and Civic Engagement arm, better known as the NPACE Center, works closely with local nonprofits, offering CSU communication students a practical experience outlet for service learning projects that rely on communication skills and theories they’re being taught.
- Columbus State Stargazers Track, Photograph Comet ISON
- Columbus State Graduate Student Named Nation's Top ROTC Cadet
- CSU Accounting Team Places Third in Statewide Auditing Competition
- Columbus State Ranked Among Best Colleges for Veterans
- Columbus State Hosts Regional Lego League Competition
- CSU Accounting Team Makes National Semifinals, Earns Chance at $10,000
- CSU Introduces CougarCam Mobile Application
- CSU Business Plan Competition Announces Plans for Fourth Year
- Tanzanian, Congo Ambassadors to Visit CSU as Conference Speakers
- New Electric Vehicles Help CSU Plant Operations Boost Campus Sustainability
- Shark Poop Discovery Earning Columbus State Professor National Publicity
- Columbus State Focuses on Outreach Centers for Georgia Gives Day
- Columbus State Covers $33,000 in Tuition for Military Students
- CSU Happenings for November 2013
- CSU Helps Local Boys and Girls Clubs Celebrate 75th Anniversary
- Columbus State’s Puckett to Kickoff Georgia Regional Astronomy Meeting
- Columbus State to Host Domin Graduate Research Conference
- CSU Communication Chair Helps Win National Education Competition
- Columbus State Adds Another Endowed Chair to its Faculty Ranks
- Six Recognized as Part of CSU’s Annual Alumni Weekend
- CSU Advances Toward Doughboy Bowl with 3-0 Record, National Ranking
- CSU’s Civil Rights History Series Focuses on Freedom Rides
- Author to Discuss Virginia Tech Tragedy, Campus Safety
- Columbus State Expands Alumni Weekend Lineup
- Columbus State ROTC Cadets Rated No. 1 Among 39 Schools
- CSU Students Place First at Regional EPA Youth Symposium
- CSU Happenings for October 2013
- Columbus State University Army ROTC Commissions 4 Graduates as Officers
- Club Football Cougars Begin March to Doughboy Bowl with Road Win
- Columbus State Earns Prestigious IACET Accreditation
- Winemaking Entrepreneurs to Speak at CSU
- Oxbow Meadows Hosts Open House; Introduces New Director
- Private Gifts to CSU Set New Record, Topping $8.1 Million in 2012-2013
- CSU Awarded 2014 Military Friendly Schools Designation
- CSU Hires Army Commander-Turned-Business Executive for Key Role
- Volleyball Returns to Columbus State Friday Night
- CSU Happenings for September 2013
- AT&T Supports Columbus State University UTeach Program
- Philanthropist Bob Jepson of Savannah Receives The Blanchard Award for Business Ethics and Leadership
- Columbus State and Columbus to host Consulate General of Israel to the Southeast
- CSU Greek Life Recruitment Approaching
- Former Congresswoman Gabby Giffords, Astronaut Mark Kelly to Speak at CSU’s Jim Blanchard Leadership Forum
- CSU President Calls new Strategic Plan a `Blueprint for Action’
- Numerous Events Scheduled to Welcome Back Students for Fall ‘13
- Chapman Wins Gold at 2013 Deaflympics
- CSU Hires New Director of Oxbow Meadows
- Columbus State University Debuts Two Online Degrees That Feature Affordability, Convenience and Credibility
- Columbus State University’s Presichi Ties for Top Score
- Former President of CSU Dies
- Columbus State University Begins Faculty In Residence Program