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In November 2015, Cedric Norris Jr. was a freshman weeks into his leading role in “The Ballad of Emmett Till,” when he got a call from home. 

His granddad had been killed two days before Thanksgiving.

Americans waste 40 percent of the food we produce, yet one in seven Americans are food insecure. The passion and dedication of two students led to a new way to fight hunger in Milledgeville while cutting down waste from the university’s dining hall.

Sep 25 2018 - 10:15am

The Creative Writing Program at Georgia College presents Peter Selgin and Cecilia Woloch Wednesday, September 26, 2018 in Arts & Science Auditorium at 7:00 p.m.

This reading is free and open to the public. Contact the MFA Program at Find us on Facebook at

Peter Selgin is the author of Drowning Lessons, winner of the 2007 Flannery O’Connor Award for Short Fiction. He has written a novel, an essay collection, three books on the craft of writing, and several children’s books. His memoir, The Inventors, won the 2017 Housatonic Book Award. He is an affiliate faculty member of Antioch University’s low-residency MFA program in Los Angeles, and Associate Professor of English at Georgia College and State University in Milledgeville, Georgia.

Cecilia Woloch is the author of six collections of poems, most recently Carpathia (BOA Editions 2009) and Earth (Two Sylvias Press 2015), as well as a novel, Sur la Route (Quale Press 2015). Her awards include a fellowship from the National Endowment for the Arts, fellowships from the California Arts Council and CEC/ArtsLink International, a Pushcart Prize, the Indiana Review Poetry Prize, the New Ohio Review Poetry Prize, and others. Two Sylvias Press issued an expanded and updated edition of her second book Tsigan: The Gypsy Poem in the spring of 2018. The text of Tsigan has been the basis for multi-lingual, multi-media performances in Los Angeles, Warsaw, Paris and elsewhere. Cecilia spends part of each year traveling and teaches throughout the U.S. and around the world.



Laura Caron
mfa administrative assistant
Sep 25 2018 - 8:55am

The GC Entrepreneur Club is hosting a workshop for all majors and anyone who ever thought about being their own boss! Come listen and improve your own skills on Tuesday, September 25th, at 5 pm in Atkinson 206...and enjoy free Barb's too!! 

Kari Brown
Business Outreach Coordinator
Sep 25 2018 - 8:38am

Wednesday, September 26
140 Lanier Hall | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm

Interested in the Disney College Program? Come join us for our last information session of the semester. We will be hosting an information session about the program and playing some Disney Trivia. Come hear from and ask questions to Disney College Program alumni. We will learn all about the application process, and what to expect from this opportunity.

Pamela Santamaria
Career Development Coordinator - Career Center
Sep 25 2018 - 8:18am

On Tuesday, October 2, CTL and the Office of Legal Services are co-sponsoring a workshop for faculty members on the BOR policy on Freedom of Expression. The workshop will be conducted by Ms. Brooke Bowen, Legal Counsel, University System of Georgia. The workshop will be 11:30-1:00 in Donahoo Lounge. Please register here.

Steven G. Jones
Assistant Director for Faculty Development, CTL
Sep 25 2018 - 8:10am

Introduction to Transparency in Learning and Teaching (TILT): Wednesday, 9/26 from 12-12:45 in Library 376. Register here. TILT is an approach to designing and assessing course assignments that improves student success by providing students with explicit explanations on how to complete an assignment, how the assignment meets course objectives, and what criteria will be used to evaluate the assignment. In this workshop, you will review sample assignments and apply the TILT principles to revise those assignments.  

Sara Stephens
Sep 25 2018 - 8:06am

The Center for Teaching and Learning offers a confidential, formative, mid-term student feedback service available to all Georgia College instructors. To schedule an assessment, complete the attached form and send it to

How the process works: At the invitation of an instructor, a faculty facilitator trained in the Small Group Instructional Diagnosis (SGID) technique guides students through a 30-minute, group consensus-building process in which they address the following four questions:

1) What do you like about any aspect of this course that helps you learn the material?

2) What suggestions do you have for improving any aspect of this course that would help you learn more?

3) How could those suggestions be implemented?

4) What can students do to improve this course?

The facilitator collates and types up the data then meets with the instructor a week or so later to go over the student feedback. The facilitator will not report data on the student feedback to anybody other than the instructor.

Steven G. Jones
Assistant Director for Faculty Development, CTL
Sep 24 2018 - 9:13pm

Habitat for Humanity will have its second meeting this Wednesday in the Give Center at 5. We will be going over some things for the year and painting items for a special event coming up. This meeting is for everyone to come and anyone who is interested in what we do. We hope to see you there!

Jayli Harris
Sep 24 2018 - 7:38pm

Today is National Voter Registration Day! American Democracy Project will be giving out Krispy Kreme Donuts, ice pops, buttons, stickers, and more on Front Campus from 12-2! Come out and sign up for TurboVote ( to help simplify the voting process! Let's do this GC!

Ruby Zimmerman
Secretary of ADP
Sep 24 2018 - 4:49pm   Margaret Brown

Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion recently received two nostalgic pieces to add to their collection - an 1850s ladies writing table that belonged to First Lady Mary Ann Lamar Cobb and a mid-19th century apothecary box that was also a Cobb family treasure. The writing table is in the Ladies parlor, and the medicine cabinet is in the master bedroom.

Both pieces were donated by a direct descendant, who has previously given objects to the museum.

"It is gratifying to have these objects donated to the museum," said Matt Davis, director of Historic Museums at Georgia College. "Pieces like these allow for a greater understanding of life in the 19th century, and help us better tell the story of those who lived at the Executive Mansion."

For tour information about the Old Governor's Mansion, visit



 a mid-19th century apothecary box was a Cobb family treasure.This 1850s ladies writing table belonged to Georgia's First Lady Mary Ann Lamar Cobb.
Matt Davis
Director of Historic Museums
Sep 24 2018 - 4:24pm

Come fall into fitness while raising awareness on childhood obesity Sept. 27-29. See attached flyer for time and more details on this Live Healthy Baldwin initiative.  

Dr. Jim Lidstone
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