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Event    Tuesday, September 22, 2020
Today’s celebration of Constitution Week includes a discussion of “The Politization of the Federal Bureaucracy” at noon with Georgia College’s Claire Sanders and Brandy Kennedy. At 6: 30pm, the Office of Leadership Programs will present Inspire! Forum on Leadership.   For more information and meeting links, please visit: https://libguides.gcsu.edu/constitutionweek  
Announcement    Monday, September 21, 2020
The second day of Constitution Week begins at 12 pm with a discussion on “Public Health v. Individual Rights,” hosted by Georgia College’s Eboni Haynes and Dean Copelan. Dr. Haynes teaches in the College of Health Sciences and Prof. Copelan teaches in the College of Business.  Continuing at 6 pm, the question “What Exactly is Impeachment?” will be answered by Rachel Bitecofer, a lecturer and Assistant Director of the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University,...
Event    Monday, September 21, 2020
The second day of Constitution Week begins at 12 pm with a discussion on “Public Health v. Individual Rights,” hosted by Georgia College’s Eboni Haynes and Dean Copelan. Dr. Haynes teaches in the College of Health Sciences and Prof. Copelan teaches in the College of Business.  Continuing at 6 pm, the question “What Exactly is Impeachment?” will be answered by Rachel Bitecofer, a lecturer and Assistant Director of the Wason Center for Public Policy at Christopher Newport University,...
Announcement    Thursday, September 17, 2020
Georgia College’s Constitution Week kicks off today at 12 pm with a discussion of “Federalism in the Age of COVID-19” with Georgia College’s Nicholas Creel and Texas of A&M University San Antonio’s Andrew Sanders. Later this evening at 6 pm, Fred Smith, Emory University Law Professor and former clerk for United State Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, will present the Constitution Day Lecture entitled “Suing for Constitutional Wrongs.” This lecture will be followed by a livestreamed...
Event    Thursday, September 17, 2020
Georgia College’s Constitution Week kicks off today at 12 pm with a discussion of “Federalism in the Age of COVID-19” with Georgia College’s Nicholas Creel and Texas of A&M University San Antonio’s Andrew Sanders. Later this evening at 6 pm, Fred Smith, Emory University Law Professor and former clerk for United State Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, will present the Constitution Day Lecture entitled “Suing for Constitutional Wrongs.” This lecture will be followed by a livestreamed...
Announcement    Monday, September 7, 2020
Sept. 17-23, Georgia College celebrates “Constitution Week” with many timely online events and lectures: Thursday, Sept. 17 - Constitution Weeks kicks off with a discussion at noon entitled "Federalism in the Age of COVID-19" with Georgia College's Nicholas Creel and Andrew Sanders  of A&M University San Antonio. At 6 p.m., the keynote speaker, Fred Smith, an Emory Law Professor and former clerk for United State Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, will provide the Constitution Day...
Event    Monday, September 21, 2020
Sept. 17-23, Georgia College celebrates “Constitution Week” with many timely online events and lectures: Thursday, Sept. 17 - Constitution Weeks kicks off with a discussion at noon entitled "Federalism in the Age of COVID-19" with Georgia College's Nicholas Creel and Andrew Sanders  of A&M University San Antonio. At 6 p.m., the keynote speaker, Fred Smith, an Emory Law Professor and former clerk for United State Supreme Court Justice Sonia Sotomayor, will provide the Constitution Day...
Announcement    Monday, March 9, 2020
Payment requests involving an external grant must have the grants office added as an additional approver.  Any payment request involving food, memberships, or agency funds must have Susan Demmon added as an additional approver. Email all invoices to Accounting Services (accounting.services@gcsu.edu).  If the service has been performed or item received, note on the invoice or in the email that it is ok to pay.  You should not attach invoices to requisitions as no products/services should...
Announcement    Wednesday, March 4, 2020
Year-end Travel deadlines have been released. Travel occurring the last two weeks of June to be paid with FY2020 funds must have a travel encumbrance form, along with backup documentation to Accounting Services by Friday, May 1. Your department may require an earlier deadline for budgeting/approval purposes. Attached is a copy of the form to be completed and approved. The deadline for online cash advances is Tuesday, June 9, 2020, and the last day to enter an online travel expense...