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Georgia Southern University recently recognized more than 2,600 students for excellence in academics on the Spring 2017 semester Dean's List. Moses Malloy has been named to the list for excellence ...Spring 2017
Georgia Southern University recently recognized more than 2,700 students for excellence in academics on the Fall 2016 semester Dean's List. 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.Fall 2016Verified by Georgia Southern University
Moses Malloy was recognized for earning a spot on an honors listGraduated from Richmond Hill High School with Honors. GPA: 3.72Added by Moses
Awards & Recognition
Moses Malloy was recognized for being a member of who's who2016 - 2017 Georgia Southern University Homecoming DukeAdded by Moses
Activities & Affiliations
Georgia Southern University has chosen its 2016 Southern's Orientation, Advisement, and Registration (SOAR) Team. SOAR Leaders help orient new students and their families to Georgia Southern during...Summer 2016
Moses Malloy is a member of SOAR Team winning several awards at the Southern Regional Orientation WorkshopGeorgia Southern University's Southern Orientation, Advisement and Registration (SOAR) Team recently traveled to Greenville, North Carolina, to attend the Southern Regional Orientation Workshop (SR...Spring 2016
Southern Leaders ProgramThe Southern Leaders Program is a co-curricular leadership program designed to engage students in an interactive leadership experience throughout their college career. Guided by the transformational leadership model, the Southern Leaders Program focuses on four specific areas: Self-Leadership, Collaborative Leadership, Community & Organizational Leadership, and Leadership Legacy.Added by MosesExpand ▾
National Honor SocietyAdded by Moses
Georgia Southern University - The Office of Career Services
Public Relations InternJanuary 2017 - May 2017
As a public relations intern with the Office of Career Services at Georgia Southern University, major responsibilities included: organizing the use of all social media platforms used by the department and the content distributed via those platforms, developing and maintaining interdepartmental marketing relationships, oversight of all print and digital media for the department and aiding and providing insight into the department's marketing and employer relations teams.
Southern Leaders Advisory Council
Collaborative (Sophomore) Cohort LeaderMay 2016 - May 2017
The Southern Leaders Advisory Council is a group of students in the Southern Leaders Program who provide student focused direction in hopes to grow and strengthen the program. The Advisory Council also creates new aspects of the program to foster a creative, collaborative, and innovative community of student leaders. All of this is in order to promote the Southern Leaders Program as the premier leadership program for our students.
GSU Peer Academic Advisor
Peer Academic AdvisorApril 2016 - December 2016
During the fall, FYE utilizes the expertise of Peer Academic Advisors (PAAs) in the advising process. While every undeclared student also meets with a professional advisor at least once every semester until he or she declares, the PAA provides a student perspective that many undergraduates find essential. PAA duties include pre-advisement meetings for students with more than 30 hours and initial check-in advisement for all undeclared students visiting our office. They also help monitor the flow into and out of the office and follow up with students who have not come in for their appointments, contacting students by phone and email.
In the summer, PAAs assist in conducting major exploration activities at SOAR by preparing various materials, files, and documents for use in the SOAR advisement sessions. Other duties are assigned as they arise.
GSU Residence Hall Association
Vice President - Southern Pines Residence HallAugust 2015 - January 2016As Vice President of Southern Pines, Moses Malloy acted as president in case of the president's absence and assumed responsibility of recruiting and retaining members into RHA. Along with serving in his specific residence hall, Moses assisted other RHA members in numerous service and organization-specific events, logging over 20 hours of community service.