JSU’s graphic design students dominated the 2021 ADDY competition hosted by the Birmingham chapter of the American Advertising Federation (AAF Birmingham). Gamecocks won nearly half of the awards presented to … Continue Reading New Faces/Spaces: JSU Design Students Sweep the Birmingham ADDYs
Ceramicist Alex Kraft has brought her works to JSU with her solo exhibition In Search of Equilibrium: Function and Flora. “I created this series of flower domes during a two-month … Continue Reading Diversity and Inclusion: Alex Kraft Ceramics Show
Dr. Wendy Freeland, Professor of Music, has been teaching for eighteen years. Though she is from Mannington, WV, she earned her Bachelor of Music in Piano Performance at Florida Atlantic … Continue Reading Featured Faculty: Dr. Wendy Freeland
Abbie Beatty graduated summa cum laude from JSU and was the bellringer for the ceremony at the end of the Fall 2020 semester. Originally from Jacksonville, Abbie majored in Drama … Continue Reading Alumna Spotlight: Abbie Beatty
JSU has selected a new theme for the Explore Seminars to be offered in Fall 2021 and Spring 2022. Explore Seminars, a program that launched in Fall 2020, are themed … Continue Reading New Faces/Spaces: Explore Seminars
JSU Arts and Humanities alumna Ashley Cockrell will be returning to her alma mater to help celebrate Women’s History Month. Cockrell was the very first woman to score in an … Continue Reading Diversity & Inclusion: Women’s History Month
Mr. Blair Callaway is an instructor of Music Education at JSU. He is from Ringgold, GA, but he got his B.S. in Education from JSU and M.A. in Education from … Continue Reading Featured Faculty: Mr. Blair Callaway
Jake Wolven, a senior from Kennesaw, GA, is an art major. Once he graduates, he will have his B.F.A. in Graphic Design. Wolven currently serves as the President of Kappa … Continue Reading Student Spotlight: Jake Wolven
World renowned composer, arranger, conductor and educator Rob Grice records his compositions with JSU’s top instrumental ensemble.
Highlighted on ESPN’s “Black History Always,” The Undefeated 44 is a list of 44 Black Americans from all walks of life, that paved the way for others to excel. In … Continue Reading Black History Celebration
Bryce Lafferty works in JSU’s Art and Design Department as an Associate Professor of Painting and Drawing. Originally from Torrington, CT, Lafferty got his B.A. in Painting from Central Connecticut … Continue Reading Featured Faculty: Bryce Lafferty
JSU alumna Madison Baldwin has been offered a position with the Soldiers’ Chorus, a group within the US Army Field Band. According to Baldwin, “The Field Band is known as … Continue Reading Alumna Spotlight: Madison Baldwin
Tower Bridge, Big Ben, Parliament, West End Theatre, and more! Studying in a “new place” is now an option for students interested in traveling to London during the Winter 2021-22 … Continue Reading New Spaces/Places: London, Baby!
JSU’s Department of Drama will present a reading of Suzan Lori-Parks’ Topdog/Underdog in continuation of their Scripted Studio series. The play, which first opened in 2001, follows the story of … Continue Reading Diversity and Inclusion:A Reading of Suzan Lori-Parks’ Topdog/Underdog
Dr. Kimberly Southwick-Thompson and her daughter, Esmé Dr. Kimberly Southwick-Thompson is an Assistant Professor in JSU’s English Department. Originally from Cherry Hill, New Jersey, she earned her B.F.A. from Emerson … Continue Reading Featured Faculty: Dr. Kimberly Southwick-Thompson
Christian DeWayne Watts, a junior at JSU, is originally from Gadsden, AL. He is currently majoring in Theatre with a concentration in performing, while minoring in English. He was recently … Continue Reading Student Spotlight: Christian Watts