The 6th annual Sustainability Showcase will be held on the 2nd floor of Henderson Library from April 9th – May 10th, 2021.
On Earth Day, Thursday, April 22nd, the Fiscal Year 2022 Sustainability grants will be announced from 3-5 pm. This event is free to attend.
Virtual lecture on “misinformation crisis”. Live on Facebook facebook.com/GaSouthernCAH Wednesday March 3, 6pm.
Join Thomas Pattterson, Bradlee Professor of Government and the Press at Harvard University, Kennedy School of Government.
Due to COVID-19 and in adherence to social distancing guidelines established by the CDC, GDPH, and USG, the Georgia Southern University Libraries will remain physically open to only Georgia Southern and East Georgia State College faculty, staff and students. We have a very proud tradition of serving our community and we will continue to do so in a virtual environment. All community members and scholars who need assistance with library resources, including special collections and government documents, should visit the Libraries’ website or call the Libraries at the Statesboro campus at 912-478-5647 or at the Armstrong campus at 912-344-3027 to ask questions or to set up virtual appointments. Thank you!
PROJECT: Eagle Nations Reflections on COVID-19
We are living in a time when history is being made. Our response to and the impact of this pandemic will be studied by historians, sociologists, political scientists, and many other disciplines for years. Georgia Southern Libraries is calling for your Reflections on this historical event and how it is affecting you by asking for your participating in the following activity:
Call for Reflections on COVID-19Highlight a record of your experience dealing with the COVID-19 pandemic. This reflection can include anything from reactions to the pandemic, daily activities while in quarantine, or even a daily log of your pet’s activities. These can be print or electronic.
Documentation can be in any form:
- Journal (does not have to be daily or lengthy)
- Graphic novel/Comic Strip
- Art (Paintings, drawing, mixed media, sculpture)
- Voice recording/oral history (along the lines of NPR’s StoryCorps)
- Anything you want!
Documentation can capture anything: feelings, news items, hopes, fears, statistics, (literally anything that feels relevant at the time).
Who can participate? Any GS faculty, staff, student or immediate family member!! We want this collection to capture every aspect of how COVID-19 has affected you and your families.
What will happen to it? Materials will be donated and permanently archived in Georgia Southern University Libraries‘ Special Collections in order to document the varied ways this pandemic has shaped our local and University communities.
To participate:Start creating! When you are ready, send creation/s to email@example.com (digital items) or mail them to: Zach S. Henderson Library1400 Southern Drive Bldg. 208Statesboro, GA 31419 (physical items)For questions, email Special Collections.For more information visit: georgiasouthern.libguides.com/eaglereflections