Dr. Dionne Hoskins-Brown is digging deep, way deep, as she leads research in Savannah State’s backyard. And she's inspiring Savannah’s youngest marine scientists.
Patrick Dean and Cedric Beamon are using robots, racecars, rockets (and lots more) to get Savannah K-12 kids fired up about STEM. In fact, they’re students’ favorite science guys.
Don’t stop—top the ranks. That’s what Cierra Swiney ’18 does every day as one of SSU NROTC’s top officers. Her next big adventure? Sailing the seas.
For Gabrielle Gardner ’18, the best part of being a communications major is never sitting still. No wonder she loved buzzing around the Georgia Ports Authority for her internship.
When it came to getting her master’s degree, Kelli Edwards ’12 needed a place to dive right in. Check out how her marine sciences work has paved the way for today’s Tigers.
Michael Williams ’80 started his own company when he was just 25 years old. How’d he do it? The drive and new ways of thinking that he says could’ve only come from SSU.
For Uyen Hill ’16, a fresh start at Savannah State sparked her business savvy. Now, she’s hit her stride in the business world. Learn just how far she went on the way to her B.B.A.
Brendan Martin ’16 has a brain wired for business. At Savannah State, he wrote plenty of plans, proposals, and papers—all to prepare for his ultimate dream: Starting his own company.
A passion for perfect numbers, plus an encouraging mentor, equals open doors for Ayana Tiller ’17. And she wants the same for others. Here’s how she’ll inspire new generations of minority mathematicians.
Dr. Mulatu Lemma—an award-winning mathematics pioneer—has a never-fear philosophy that he shares with his students every day. See how he inspires his students to rise to the challenge before them.
Savannah State alumna and assistant professor of history Dr. Felicia Bell ’98 honors the past by connecting it to the lives—and hearts—of her students.
Ariel Shead ’15 has yet to meet a problem she couldn’t outsmart. Her dream is to make a big name in big business. Her journey began at Savannah State University.
Dr. Karla-Sue Marriott and her students aren’t shooting sky high; they’re going for out of this world. Check out their latest research project—it's orbiting, as we speak, on the International Space Station.