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New GS budgeted for engineering building here
Hebert: No, he wasnt told of merger when hired
Georgia Southern University President Jaimie Hebert answers a question during last week's consolidation town hall meeting.
In an interview this week, Georgia Southern University President Jaimie Hebert, PhD, noted that the state is planning for growth on both the current GS campus in Statesboro and the Armstrong State University campus in Savannah that will become part of Georgia Southern in the consolidation work he is guiding. “Hopefully, the governor’s budget, which is public, will be approved,” Hebert said. “That has planning money for an engineering research center here on the Statesboro campus.
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