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Georgia Southern spotlights local student

Academic honors

POSTED: February 27, 2018 6:30 p.m.
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Patrick Underwood, a student at Liberty County High School, was featured on Georgia Southern University Liberty Campus’ Dual Enrollment Student Spotlight feature last week.

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Patrick Underwood, a student at Liberty County High School, was featured on Georgia Southern University Liberty Campus’ Dual Enrollment Student Spotlight feature last week.

Here’s what it said:

What is your favorite thing about Georgia Southern — Armstrong?

My favorite thing about Armstrong is having the opportunity to attend at an early age of 15, and taking advantage of the dual enrollment program, which will also help me become successful both academically and financially now and in the future.

What are your future career goals?

My future career goals are to graduate high school and Armstrong with both my high school diploma and college associate degree simultaneously. I would like to then continue my education and study sports medicine/physical therapy. Hopefully, I’ll receive an academic, as well as, sports scholarship, and perhaps play in the MLB or NBA someday.

What is your greatest accomplishment?

My greatest accomplishment is attending Armstrong State University while in high school and having a 4.0 gpa while there, as well as 3.6 while in high school and maintaining my sports like (baseball, basketball and football) and my organizations and events, and being selected as a Young Adult Liberty County Leader. And receiving a letter from United States President Barak Obama when I was only 8 years old and having a very supportive and loving family.

What advice would you give a newly-enrolled dual enrollment student?

Advice I’d give newly enrolled dual enrollment students is to certainly to take advantage of this amazing opportunity, but to also complete assignments prior to the due date. Study, study, study, study.


Georgia Southern dean’s list

Georgia Southern University recently recognized approximately 2,900 students for excellence in academics on the fall 2017 dean’s list, including the following:

Allenhurst: Cianiya Bankhead and Lindsay Gunter

Fleming: Britni Grant

Glennville: Courtney Bachmann, Jessica Barnes, Rebecca Bryant, Logen Cammack, Ashley Dansby, Emma Dasher, Lane Dasher, Maegan DeLoach Franco, Cameron Dutton, Randy Gibson, Kayla Leslie Groover, Noah Hallman, Sarina Keffer, Kyungeun Lee, Hannah Miles, Delaney Pirkle, Reed Purcell, Megan Ray and Jacob Stanfield

Hinesville: Brianna Battle, Roman Borer, Lauren Cardinal, Tyler Causer, Sean De La Torre, Ashley Desbiens, Ariana Diamond, David Dixon, Christian Flanery, Jacoby Hardy, Kyle Hill, Shannon Kizer, Omaralys Lara-Garcia, Sabrina Lucero, Candace Luong, Eric Moore, Marquise Morgan, Taylor Payne, Marquise Pentelton, Briana Reece, Angelina Schwarz, Rachael Smith, Briana Stutts and Gherri Weekes-Garnette

Ludowici: Brian Ayres, Mai Brooks, Olivia Chatman, James Goober, Gage Kasperian, Megan Linck and Kaylee Taylor

Midway: Rickey Gilliard, Nancy Ramirez, Andrea Redding and Chelsi Shutts

Riceboro: Joy Brown

To be eligible for the dean’s list, a student must have at least a 3.5 grade point average and carry a minimum of 12 hours for the semester.

Georgia State president’s list

More than 3,000 students were named to the fall 2017 semester president’s list at Georgia State University, including Brianna Bray and Natalie Pattison, both of Ludowici; Drake Mayberry of Glennville; and Demetrius Williams of Hinesville.

To be eligible for the president’s list, students must earn a 4.0 GPA for the semester and complete at least nine semester hours of credit with no incompletes.

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