Stacey Milner's mission is to provide “a sense of belonging” for everyone and be a good example for other people's kids—showing them what it means to value someone else.
Dr. Micheal T. Stratton has been appointed to serve as new dean of Georgia College’s J. Whitney Bunting College of Business.
Georgia College Public Safety is giving notice of safety advice relating to the following reported incident.
On January 15, 2020, at approximately 6 p.m., GC Public Safety received a report that a vehicle had been broken into and the ignition switch had been damaged while parked in front of the West Campus Village 4 building sometime between the evening of January 14 and when the incident was reported. GC Public Safety is investigating the incident.
The safety of the campus community is a top priority for Georgia College. Whether you are living on campus, in neighboring housing or here to work, you are urged to pay special attention to safety and security precautions.
While all crimes cannot be prevented, here are some suggestions everyone may want to consider:
· Report suspicious persons or vehicles to the police.
· Lock your vehicle.
· Store valuables out of sight.
· Park in well-lit areas with high pedestrian traffic when possible.
If you ever find yourself in a potentially unsafe situation, you may always request an escort from GC Public Safety.
If you have any information that might be helpful in this investigation, please contact GC Public Safety at 478-445-4400. You may also report tips anonymously by using the Rave Guardian app or the Silent Witness form.
You are receiving this Campus Crime Alert as part of Georgia College’s commitment to provide campus crime information, in compliance with the “Timely Warning” provisions of the federal Jeanne Clery Disclosure of Campus Security Policy and Campus Crime Statistics Act (Clery Act).
For more information on the Clery Act, and why you’re receiving this federally mandated Campus Crime Alert, please visit https://www2.ed.gov/admins/lead/safety/campus.html.
The Office of Human Resources is pleased to announce the list of employees who will be honored in the upcoming 2020 Service Recognition Ceremony. The 2020 ceremony recognizes employees who have reached 5, 10, 15, 20, 25, 30 and 35 years of service (including prior employment in a benefits eligible position at GC) by the end of the 2019 calendar year. In an effort to ensure everyone is appropriately recognized, please review the attached list names. If you meet the criteria and your name is not on the list please contact Kelly Beall at ext. 8573 or email@example.com by COB Thursday, January 23. Likewise, the names printed in the program will appear as listed in the attachment. If you have a different preference, please contact Kelly by the same deadline. We look forward to celebrating all of the employees who have reached these milestones. Formal invitations to employees being recognize will be sent forthcoming.
Join us for a four-week mindfulness class. The Koru class is designed to be an introduction to the practice of mindfulness and will give participants the opportunity to learn several skills including meditation, for managing stress and enriching their lives.
Koru Mindfulness is the only evidence-based mindfulness curriculum designed for college-age adults.Ɨ
Koru’s randomized, controlled trial shows results:
- Students reported feeling more calm.
- Students improved their mindfulness.
- Students felt more rested.
- Students had greater self-compassion.
This four-week class will be held on the following days from 1-2:15 p.m. in the Women's Center (on the second floor of the HUB). (Students must attend all four sessions.)
- Monday, January 27
- Monday, February 3
- Monday, February 17
- Monday, February 24
Participants can register at: http://bit.ly/WCKoruJan20.
This course is open to all students at GC - all genders are welcome.
While there is no cost for the course, there is a Koru app that participants are asked to download for use during the course. This app costs $3.99 and can be used beyond the length of the course. (It's got several neat features.) If the cost of the app is prohibitive, I do have a limited number of codes where students can obtain the app for free. The use of the app is not necessary for the course, so if you don't have a smart phone or don't want the app, that's ok. Additionally, there is a book used in the course, but this book is available for free as an ebook through the GC library.
ƗGreeson, J.M., Juberg, M., Maytan, M., James, K., & Rogers, H. Journal of American College Health, 2014.
If you are interested in attending, but are not available Mondays at 1 p.m., send Jennifer Graham an email (firstname.lastname@example.org).
Please be reminded of the university senate meeting Friday, January 24, 2020 at 3:30 p.m. located in A&S 2-72. The agenda can be found here.
Georgia College Theatre and Dance with Creative Writing Program present six new 10-minute plays written overnight and performed memorized, with costumes and lights in the Campus Black Box Theatre on Saturday, Jan. 18, 2020 at 7:30 p.m. Admission is from $3 to $6. These plays are for mature audiences. Call 478-445-4226 for more information.
Tuesday, Jan. 21 Georgia College Assistant Professor of Music and soprano Youngmi Kim will perform with guest artist and pianist Sun Hee Kim in “From Strozzi to Previn” at 7:30 p.m. in Max Noah Recital Hall. This recital covers music in the Baroque, Classical, Romantic and Contemporary periods. Compositions include those done by Italian composer Barbara Strozzi, Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart, American-German pianist André Previn, Russian composer Sergi Rachmaninoff and some Korean musicians. A $5 donation is encouraged. All proceeds benefit music scholarships or the GC Department of Music through GCSU Foundation, Inc. For more information, please email email@example.com or call 478-445-8289.
Electronic 2019 W-2s are now available in OneUSG Connect. To view or download your W-2, follow these steps:
1. Log into OneUSG Connect.
2. Click the Taxes tile.
3. Land on the View W-2/W-2c Forms page.
4. For the Tax Year 2019, click Year End Form.
Please note: If you received your W-2 by mail, you may notice the format is different from the electronic version posted in OneUSG Connect. Either version can be used for tax purposes. The information presented is the same in both versions with one exception – the electronic version does not include the control number (Box D). The control number may be used for the quick population of an employee’s W-2 data in e-filing systems; however, the omission of this field on the electronic version should not affect your ability to file your taxes.
If you have questions or concerns, please contact firstname.lastname@example.org
The Graduate School is pleased to announce the Third Annual Graduate Research Poster Exhibit & Competition. The event is an opportunity for graduate students to showcase their research endeavors to the campus community. The poster exhibit consists of a visual display of creativity and research findings. The special event is held in the spring of every year as part of Graduate & Professional Student Appreciation Week, April 6 – 9, 2020.
As part of the exhibit, The Graduate School will host an awards competition. Participating graduate students will demonstrate their engagement in high quality research or creative activity. The competition will provide students whose research is deemed outstanding and innovative with an opportunity to be evaluated by faculty judges and awarded prizes.
For more information and registration, please see the handout or visit the The Graduate School/Resources/Graduate Opportunities web page.
The deadline to register is February 26, 2020.
100 Years of Scholarship, Service, Sisterhood, and Finer Womanhood. Help us celebrate our Centennial by helping Eta Xi give back! This program is geared towards clothing and feeding those who need it most. Bring non-perishable food items and gently used clothing to help give back to our community of Milledgeville.
Getting ready to graduate soon? Do you know what it means to be a professional? This program is for you! Come listen to an alumni panel discuss their career path and how they've come to develop their professional identity. The event will take place on Friday Jan. 24, from 3 - 4 p.m. Location: TBA
This four-part series is focused on offering professional and personal development opportunities to prepare students to become successful alumni after graduation. The series is primarily targeted to seniors, and is open to all students. Each program involves alumni volunteers to lead conversations on the following topics: professional identify development, etiquette and networking, budget management and employee benefits.