The 3rd Annual CEIT Golf Tournament will be held Friday, April 22, 2016 at the Georgia Southern University Golf Course. We expect a minimum of 30 teams over two flights – 9am and 2pm. Plenty of sponsorship opportunities are available! Contests include Hole-in-One ($10,000 prize), putting, longest drive, closest to the pin (men and women), and a raffle for an exciting gift (tba soon). Please contact Barbara Gooby, firstname.lastname@example.org, 912-478-7170, for more information or to reserve your spot. Online registration is available here.
All proceeds will benefit the Dean’s Leadership Fund to support student scholarships, student leadership projects, faculty and student research and other related student-centric or application-based teaching projects.
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Adel El Shahat, assistant professor of electrical engineering, has been selected for the 2016 edition of Marquis’ Who’s Who in America. Inclusion in the record is limited to those individuals who have demonstrated outstanding achievement in their own field of endeavor and who have, thereby, contributed significantly to the betterment of contemporary society.
The IT student team that earned 1st place in the Charleston Defense Contractors Association Student Mobile App Competition also won Best in Show with their Allerg-Ease app, which allows people with food sensitivities to identify safe menu options at six popular restaurant chains. While the competition winners are determined by judges, all attendees at the meeting vote on Best in Show. The team received cash awards for its 1st Place and Best in Show wins. The competition sponsor also donated $1,250 to the IT department, which at the students’ request, will be used to fund an Allerg-Ease scholarship. We are very proud of the team’s hard work and dedication. Pictured from left to right: Shayne Moore, Leslie Dykes, Ryan Callahan, Andre Coleman and James Riley.
On November 20, the Eagle Motorsports Baja 1000 team made history as the first and only collegiate team to join the professional race. The vehicle (#1852) made it to Route Mile 116.6 of the 840-mile course before crashing after dark into a hidden ravine, which also damaged many other vehicles. We are very proud of the team’s spirit and hard work!