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A family heritage spanning four generations has Georgia College to thank. From business to education to management information systems to nursing, the Strickland’s have experienced Georgia College successes first, second, third and fourth hand.

Thanks to six Georgia College staff and one alumnus, this holiday season has extended well into the new year for one Milledgeville soon-to-be homeowner and her children. The 1,000-square-foot Habitat Home—predicted to be completed by the end of January—serves as an example of what helping hands, sweat hours and a little love can do for a family.

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Jan 12 2018 - 2:26pm   jarris.lanham@gcsu.edu

The 33rd Annual International Dinner will be held Saturday, March 10, 2018. Guests will enjoy a wide selection of dishes from around the world and a full evening of performances, all prepared by students in the GC International Club. Held in the beautiful Magnolia Ballroom, the dinner begins at 7 p.m. Proceeds from the dinner support scholarships for international students. This gala event, which both celebrates and supports our international students, is proudly sponsored by the GC International Education Center, and we hope you will consider joining us this year!

Please see the International Club Photo Gallery for photos from prior International Dinners. The 2017 dinner photos can also be found in the Georgia College Photo Gallery.

Tickets will go on sale by early February. Space is limited, and this popular event always sells out quickly, so we encourage you to buy tickets early. If you would like to reserve a table of 8 in advance, or for more information, please contact the International Education Center or International Club Advisor and dinner coordinator, Jarris Lanham, at jarris.lanham@gcsu.edu.

Jarris Lanham
Study Abroad Advisor and International Club Advisor
478-445-4789
Jan 11 2018 - 5:49pm   william.fisher@gcsu.edu

Faculty from the Georgia College Department of Art present their visual and written scholarship. The exhibition is co-curated by Art majors Rebecca Selem and Lily Vann-Womack in fulfillment of their Museum Studies Concentration Capstone thesis requirements. The exhibition runs 01.16.18-02.09.18 in the Leland Gallery, Ennis Hall, 320 W. Hancock St., Milledgeville, GA. Opening reception with curators' talk will be on 01.25.18, 5-7 PM.  

Leland Gallery is open Mon-Fri, 9 AM-5 PM. All Department of Art events are free and open to the public.

Carlos Herrera
Galleries Coordinator
478-445-4572
Jan 11 2018 - 2:24pm   doreen.sams@gcsu.edu

In this Issue ... For more information go to:  CUR and click on the link to the E-Newsletter

  • New Arts and Humanities Endowment to Support Mentor Award, Other Initiatives at CUR
  • Register for Free Jan 31 CUR Webinar "Defining Diversity and Inclusion"
  • CUR Election Ballots Now Available for Members to Cast Votes for CUR Councilors
  • Application Deadlines Coming Up for Student Travel Grants in CUR Divisions
  • Deadlines Approaching for 2018 Summer Undergraduate Opportunities
  • NAS Report's Evidence-Based Practices Include Undergraduate Research
  • CFP, 2018 Symposium on Genome Editing
  • CUR Event: 2018 CUR Dialogues, "A Sense of Mission: Pursuing Funding in Challenging Times" (Feb 2018; registration deadline Feb 1, 2018)
  • CUR Event: Broadening Participation Institute (Mar 2018; application deadline: Feb 12, 2018)
  • CUR Event: CUR Biennial (July 1-3, 2018)
  • CUR Events and Deadlines
Dr. Doreen Sams
Faculty Coordinator MURACE
478-445-0966
Jan 11 2018 - 11:12am   kierstin.veldkamp@gcsu.edu

There's a HUGE after Christmas sale happening now in The Gift Shop! Big markdowns on all kinds of Christmas decorations, jewelry, and more. The Gift Shop at Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion is open Tuesday - Saturday 10 am to 4 pm and Sunday from 2 to 4 pm.

Kierstin Veldkamp
Curator of Education
4784454545
Jan 11 2018 - 11:03am   kate.phillips@gcsu.edu

On Thursday, Jan. 18, “String Quartet Giants” – a performance of two popular composers from the classical era and the 20th century – will be held at 7:30 p.m. in the Max Noah Recital Hall. Guest artists are nationally-acclaimed violinist William Pu and cellist Martin Gueorguiev. Pu founded the William Pu Music Academy in Alpharetta. Gueorguiev is an instructor at Oxford College, part of Emory University. Georgia College faculty members William McClain, viola and David Johnson, violin will also join our guest artist. A lyrical and festive quartet by Ludwig van Beethoven will be performed, which includes an “Allegro” and “Andante con moto.” In addition, a quartet by Russian composer Dmitri Shostakovich, will be featured, presenting a darkly-ironic reaction to World War I. A $10 donation is encouraged. All proceeds benefit music scholarships or the GC Department of Music through GCSU Foundation, Inc. For more information, please go to www.music.gcsu.edu or call 478-445-8289.

Please join us next Thursday night, 1/18/18, for this great rescheduled concert!
Kate Phillips
Office Assistant: Music Department
478-445-8289
Jan 10 2018 - 10:32pm   john.bowen@gcsu.edu

Please be advised that the following parking lot changes are to go into effect Tuesday, January 16.

Centennial Center Parking Lot (Lot #1)
What is now the Commuter section of the Centennial Center parking lot and the Resident section immediately adjacent to the Commuter section will be converted to shared Commuter/Guest parking. Only those with valid Commuter or Guest permits will be allowed to park in those sections.

Depot West Parking Lot (Lot #2)
The Depot West parking lot will be converted from a Resident lot to a Perimeter lot. As a reminder, anyone with a valid university permit of any type can park in any Perimeter lot.

John Bowen
Senior Manager, Parking and Transportation Services
478-445-7435
Jan 10 2018 - 1:32pm   Brittiny Johnson

U.S. News & World Report released its 2018 “Best Online Programs” rankings, and several Georgia College programs topped the list.

The online graduate business programs at Georgia College, excluding the MBA, leaped to 13th in the nation—the highest in the state of Georgia. That’s up from 47th last year. This ranking assesses master's-level business degree programs that are not MBA programs. Examples available at Georgia College include degrees in accounting, logistics and information systems.

The online Master of Business Administration (Georgia WebMBA® at Georgia College) was recognized as 42nd nationally. The program allows professionals to earn an MBA completely online without interrupting their work and personal lives. The Georgia WebMBA® program is offered by six University System of Georgia schools − Columbus State University, Georgia College, Georgia Southern University, Kennesaw State University, University of West Georgia and Valdosta State University.

Georgia College’s online graduate nursing programs were ranked 39th in the country— tied with several other universities. Those programs were the second highest ranked in the state and include Master of Science in Nursing with track options of Family Nurse Practitioner (FNP), FNP Post Masters, Nurse Educator and Professional Enrichment, as well as the Doctor of Nursing Practice.

The Georgia College online graduate criminal justice program was also recognized, as well as the online education programs.

U.S. News & World Report is a multiplatform publisher of news and information, which includes www.usnews.com as well as the digital-only U.S. News Weekly magazine. U.S. News publishes annual print and e-book versions of its authoritative rankings of Best Colleges, Best Graduate Schools and Best Hospitals.

For more information on Georgia College’s online graduate programs, visit gcsu.edu/graduate.

 

Brittiny Johnson
Director of Public Affairs
Jan 10 2018 - 8:40am   anna.lumpkin@gcsu.edu

On Tuesday, January 9, 2018, a Public Safety Notice was provided via email regarding specific work being conducted by the City of Milledgeville on the water delivery system.  This work has been completed and there were no reported disruptions in service to the GC campus. You may resume normal water usage. 

Public Safety
478-445-4054
Jan 9 2018 - 12:15pm   victoria.fowler@gcsu.edu

GC Community,

Georgia College has been notified that due to maintenance and repairs being conducted by the City of Milledgeville, parts of the city, including areas of Georgia College campus, may experience low or no water pressure beginning today, Jan. 9, 2018 at 6 p.m.  The City of Milledgeville has provided Montgomery St., McIntosh St., and Lafayette Square as the areas that may be affected. As the City of Milledgeville completes these repairs, please conserve water and stay tuned to local news sources for more information related to this situation.  GC will communicate additional information to the GC community if campus is impacted and/or as needed. 

As always, please plan accordingly and ensure you are prepared with a plan and applicable emergency supplies.

 

GC Public Safety
Jan 9 2018 - 9:01am   jennifer.birch@gcsu.edu

The Office of Inclusive Excellence at Georgia College invites you to attend the 2nd annual Martin Luther King Jr. Community Breakfast on Friday, January 12, 2018 from 7:30 a.m. until 9:30 a.m. in the Magnolia Ballroom. The theme of this year’s breakfast is "The Other America." Tickets for the event are $15 and may be purchased from the Milledgeville Baldwin Chamber of Commerce.  For more information, please contact Dr. Veronica Womack at 478-445-4233 or visit our website at http://www.gcsu.edu/oie/mlk-community-breakfast.

Jennifer Birch
Education Outreach and Training Coordinator
4784454233
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