From campus leader to Georgia history maker, Dr. William Simmons ’98 is proof: Getting involved gets Tigers pretty far.
Kurt Lynn ’16 loves a good challenge. So when Savannah State gave him a chance to power up his mental energy, he went for it. The task: Keep cool while cooling down a nuclear reactor.
He’s an ambassador to the White House—and only 21 years old. Shelton Bowens ’16 turned his campus involvement into a platform for spurring change across the country’s historically black colleges and universities.
To Dr. Kisha Cunningham, tomorrow’s engineers come from today’s ingenuity. Watch her philosophy—that creativity is essential to innovation—in action.
Kris Drummond ’15 is diving head first into the waters and research. Check out how he plans to make waves across the world with a degree in Marine Sciences from Savannah State.
Chris Middleton’s professors paved the way for him to find his passion. And now he’s doing the same for at-risk youth. Learn how he, a successful Savannah lawyer, is getting kids on the right track.
Video-journalist-in-the-making LaTasha Wright knows there’s always more to the story—like all the behind-the-scenes work that goes into telling one. Her story is no exception.