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Charles Harter

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Posted: June 24, 2014 5:11 p.m.
Updated: June 24, 2014 5:10 p.m.
Professor Profile

Charles Harter


    Charles Harter is an accounting professor at Georgia Southern University who does his best to ensure all his students achieve the highest levels of success of which they are capable.
    Harter is originally from Iowa and attended the University of Nebraska at Lincoln for both his undergraduate and doctorate degrees, but not before serving a four-year stint in the military.
    “I was not ready for college after high school,” Harter said. “The military helped me to mature quite a bit, helped me get my head on straight, helped me figure out what I wanted to do.”
    This July marks Harter’s eighth-year anniversary at GSU. He says he has enjoyed being a professor and aiding students in their accomplishments.
    “I love making contacts with the firms that hire our students. I love helping the students and working to mold them into what the firms are looking for,” he said. “We have very good students here at Georgia Southern. Our accounting program is very blessed with excellent students and faculty.”
    When he is not in his office or teaching class, Harter fills his time with many hobbies.
    “I have a boat, and I enjoy getting out on the lake; the movies, reading. [I] enjoy being outside and taking a walk, and I enjoy being out with my fiancée,” he said

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