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Georgia Southern University is the fourth-largest public university in the state of Georgia and the largest and most comprehensive center of higher education south of Atlanta. A public Carnegie Doctoral/Research institution founded in 1906, the Univ...
Georgia Southern University recently recognized approximately 1,850 students on the Fall 2018 President's List. Caroline Steed has been named to the list for excellence in academics. To be eligible...Fall 2018Verified by Georgia Southern University
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Caroline Steed has been selected as this year's recipient of the Annie F. Oliver Award for Volunteer of the Year. This award, given annually by the Savannah Speech and Hearing Center, recognizes individuals who have demonstrated excellence in and a strong commitment to volunteering for the betterment of the Savannah Speech and Hearing Center community. Steed, from Savannah, graduated in 2017 with a Bachelor of Science in Rehabilitation Sciences from Armstrong State University. Upon graduation, Steed returned to Georgia Southern University to obtain a post-baccalaureate certificate in communication sciences and disorders on the University's Armstrong Campus. "I was extremely honored to receive this award," stated Steed. "Volunteering for this organization has truly been a once in a lifetime opportunity and I feel very fortunate to be given the opportunity to be able to work with the diverse populations that Savannah Speech and Hearing Center serves." Steed has been volunteering with the Savannah Speech and Hearing Center since January 2018 and has clocked more than 188 hours of volunteer experience working in a variety of areas including hearing screenings at local schools, the Stroke Group, Sound Start and fundraising events. "I have had the chance to learn from some of the most skilled, caring and compassionate people I have ever had the pleasure of coming into contact with. Volunteering and giving back to the community I was born and raised in gives you an incomparable sense of worth," said Steed. Steed was honored at a Volunteer Reception held in February. After graduation in May, Steed plans to continue her education and obtain a master's degree in communication sciences and pursue a career in speech-language pathology.Spring 2019Verified by Georgia Southern University