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Unformatted text preview: commitment to our University and the people of our region. He has given us a giant head start on making Georgia Southern one of the leading centers in the Southeast for training the high tech leaders of tomorrow,” Keels says. Ultimately Doe wishes for Georgia Southern to use the money to establish a college of engineering and provide scholarships for rising engineering students. This is an issue he is very passionate about as he demands, “If Georgia is the stay competitive in today’s economic climate, it needs to produce more engineering graduates who can help businesses prosper. In turn, they will create good-paying jobs for Georgians.” John’s care for young people and the amount of hope he has for the future are unprecedented in his field of work. “I hope this will help keep more of our talented young people in the state, which would bode well for our future.”...
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- Fall '11
- Southern Association of Colleges and Schools, Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities, Georgia Institute of Technology, John A. Doe