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As the largest division on campus, the College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) makes diversity a priority. And the results are remarkable.
Don't do one thing over Spring Break, Do More with the Outdoor Center! Our spring break trip is packed with adventures you won't soon forget!
***Bouldering at Rocktown
***Rock Climbing at the Lost Wall
***Caving at Pettyjohn's Cave
First we will head to Crockford-Pigeon Mountain where we'll visit the Bouldering capital of the Southeast - Rocktown. Our campsite on top of the mountain is a perfect spot for stars gazing. Next we're heading out to set up 40'-100' climbing routes at the Lost Wall. By then, if we aren't dirty enough, we'll be sure to take care of that as we go Caving in Pigeon Mountain's most popular cave - Pettyjohn's.
Any/only GC students. No gear/experience needed!
The trip cost $170*, and covers all the adventures listed above, as well as your food, transportation, campsite reservations, and all the equipment you'll need to join us! Please signup before 3/6 @ 5pm. Come with us, make new friends, and have a very adventurous Spring Break 2019!!
Pre-Trip Meeting Wed 3/6 at 5:30pm in the WRC.
* The trip cost is $170, however, all participants must have one of the following: a GA lands pass, GA hunting license, or GA fishing license valid for the duration of the trip. This cost could be as little as $9.50/$19.50. PLEASE ask more about this before buying a license.
Please be reminded of university senate meeting this Friday, January 25 at 3:30 PM in A&S room 2-72. The agenda can be found here.
Start your semester and new year off right and become a hunger fighter! Swipe Out Hunger is holding its first meeting Tuesday, 6:30 in A&S 140. Meet us there if you have a passion for change.
Join the GC Community Drumming Group this week for traditional circle-style drumming and a chance to try new and rare percussion possibilities. The group meets Wednesday evenings at 6:30 pm and Friday afternoons at 2 pm in room 103 of the Health Sciences Building.
If you are interested in meeting new people, making an impact in the community or simply have an interest in drumming, stop by this week and help build the rhythm. The sessions are free and open to everyone. Drums are provided for use during each event.
Abstracts may now be submitted through the MURACE website for consideration for presentation at the 22nd GC Student Research Conference to be held in the Health Sciences Building on the GC campus on April 5, 2019. Abstracts may be submitted up to 5:30 p.m. on March 8, 2019.
Student researchers - before submitting your abstract, please read over the instructions on the MURACE website and meet with your mentor to secure his or her approval of your submission. Please read over the entire submission application carefully and consider submitting for consideration for presentation at the COPLAC Conference to be held on the GC campus on April 26-27, 2019 (Faculty mentor recommendation required) and/or consider publication in the campus journal "Corinthian".
Dr. Doreen Sams (478-445-0966)
Dr. Carrie Cook (478-445-0941)
Co-Chairs, Student Research Conference
On this edition of the Why This Times Talk Podcast https://soundcloud.com/wrgc/why-this-times-talk-podcast-mueller-vs-trump... Georgia College Mass Communication faculty member Pate McMichael joins WRGC 88.3 FM radio host Daniel McDonald to preview Pate's Wednesday Times Talk entitled Mueller vs Trump Media: How will the Russia Investigation end?
Our inaugural 2019 Times Talk will take place at noon and last 50 minutes on Wednesday, January 23 in the Ina Dillard Russell Library at Georgia College. Just bring your brain, we supply free pizza while it lasts!
The following articles will be discussed by Pate during this program and the Mueller vs Trump Media Times Talk:
More Powerful Than a Russian Troll Army: The National Enquirer
Robert Mueller Is No Match for Fox News
Guest Artist Bill Doan presents his solo show about "Anxiety" free at 6 p.m. and 7:30 p.m. on Tuesday, Jan. 22, 2019 in the Campus Black Box Theatre. The play entitled "Frozen in the Toilet Paper Aisle of Life" is drawn from "The Anxiety Project." It is part monologue and part graphic novel come to life! For Mature Audiences.
Interested in the Disney College Program? Come join us today for Disney Trivia and an Information session about the Disney College Program and application process. 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.
Tuesday, January 22 | 140 Lanier Hall | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Interested in the Disney College Program? Come join us for Disney Trivia and an Information session about the Disney College Program and application process. 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.
Tuesday, January 22 | 140 Lanier Hall | 6:00 pm - 7:00 pm
Georgia Power awarded a $10,000 grant to Georgia College’s Call Me MiSTER Program. It's part of a growing relationship with Georgia Power to support a more diverse cadre of educators, particularly black males. The money will primarily fund scholarships for MiSTERs in the program by helping offset costs for tuition and other fees associated with enrollment.
Wayne Grimes, education coordinator supervisor for Georgia Power, presented the check to Dr. Emmanuel Little, director of Call Me MiSTER and minority retention, and two students in the program on Jan. 16.
More information on the Call Me MiSTER Program is available here.