Savannah State University Obtains $830,000 for New Computer Science Degree Track

Savannah State University has been awarded more than $830,000 from the U.S. Department of Education to offer a new modeling and simulation program (MSP) option within the Computer Science Technology degree program. The MSP aims to build graduates’ computer science credentials and to increase the number of minority students and women in the computer science field, both of which are underrepresented.

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Underwater robotics competition for youth to take place at Savannah Chatham County Aquatic Center this May

Approximately twenty student teams from educational institutions across the southeast will be traveling to the Savannah Chatham County Aquatic Center to compete in the Gray’s Reef Southeast MATE ROV Competition on May 7, 2022. The annual event is one of 41 regional qualifiers across the United States and the globe. Teams will be competing for a spot at the MATE ROV World Championship happening from June 23 to 25, 2022 in Long Beach, California.

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Three Undergraduates Win Seed Money at Savannah State University’s Tiger’s Den Business Pitch Competition

On Monday, April 4th, a select group of Savannah State University (SSU) undergraduate students competed in the Tiger’s Den Business Pitch Competition at the Mary C. Torian Auditorium within the Howard Jordan Building. The six entrepreneurs pitched their business plans to a panel of judges with the ultimate goal of winning a total of $4,500 in seed money from SSU’s Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship (CIE).

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Georgia Southern’s new Advanced Processing Research Network launched with $1 million gift from Crider, Inc.

Georgia Southern’s Allen E. Paulson College of Engineering and Computing received a $1 million gift to develop the Advanced Processing Research Network (APRN) from Crider, Inc. of Stillmore, Georgia, a global processor of shelf-stable and fully cooked protein products.The Criders’ donation will provide the foundation for APRN graduate and undergraduate scholarships, more faculty support, state-of-the-art equipment and software for the growing economic sector of process automation.

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Win A Scholarship to SCAD with the SCAD Design Challenge

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Use your artistic and creative ability to win a scholarship to SCAD, the school that will prepare you for a “creative profession through engaged teaching and learning in a positively oriented university environment.” Applying is easy.  It’s up to you to show off your ability to create a unique and compelling piece of artistic work.!…

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