Every October on Front Campus, colorful and thought-provoking T-shirts are clothes-pinned to roped lines, flapping in the wind—airing the dirty laundry of violence against women. This year, the vibrant menagerie commemorates 15 years of a women’s program at Georgia College.
Georgia College's Department of Theatre and Dance gets 2019 Cultural Arts Award from the Macon Arts Alliance in honor of “significant contribution” to theatrical arts in Middle Georgia.
October is breast cancer awareness month, so wear pink and join us at noon at the A&S fountain for a brief ceremony to honor those who have been touched by breast cancer. This will be followed by a walk around campus. Take a picture of yourself and colleagues and post it to Twitter with #GCwearspink. We will have buttons, bracelets and ribbons for participants and gift bags for survivors.
Sponsored by the Georgia College Center for Health and Social issues and Zeta Tau Alpha.
Please find the reports from President Dorman and Provost Spirou for the October 18, 2019 meeting of the university senate here. If you need anything, please let me know.
Using copyrighted materials in the classroom and on Georgia View can be fraught with uncertainty. When can you use a video? Can you make copies of an article you found on Galileo? Do you have to cite every image in your instructional PowerPoint? Faculty are encouraged to drop in to the Russell Library and consult with a copyright expert.
Tuesday, October 22
Drop in between 11:00 a.m. and 2:00 p.m.
Register here: https://gcsu.libcal.com/event/5954871.
Looking for a treat this Halloween? Georgia's Old Governor's Mansion is offering two Halloween night tours on Thursday, October 31st!
At 5:30 pm, we will have our Family Halloween Tour! Feel free to come in costume to this family friendly Halloween tour about the Mansion, the history of Halloween, and how the holiday was celebrated in the 19th century. Tickets for this tour are $10 for adults, $7 for seniors, $2 for students, and children under 6 are free.
At 7:30 pm, we are bringing back our popular Death: After Dark tour! This tour will focus on the deathways of the 19th century and is intended for mature audiences. Tickets for this tour are $15 for adults, $8 for seniors, and $4 for students.
Advanced tickets are required for both tours and space is limited. Please call 478-445-4545 or email firstname.lastname@example.org to purchase tickets and reserve your spot for these Mansion Halloween tours!
ARF & Friends will be having a Howl-O-Ween bakery on the front campus walkway Wednesday, October 30 from 10am-3pm. We will be selling homemade dog treats & homemade brownies. We will also have dogs there, so stop by to see pups and help out the Milly Animal Rescue Foundation!
The National Scholarships Office will be hosting an info session on scholarship opportunities available for science, technology, and math majors. All members of the university community are welcome to attend this info session, which will be held on Tuesday October 22 at 5 PM in A&S 146.
WLC is excited to sponsor International Film Week starting Monday, October 21 through Friday, October 25. The showings will be at 6 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 3 p.m. Friday. All shows will be in Peabody Hall. For your viewing pleasure here is a list of the movies and what day they will be shown.
Monday - "Shadow"
Tuesday - "Shun Li and the Poet"
Wednesday - "Un Traductor"
Thursday - "Victoria"
Friday - "Tazzeka"
All these films have received "thumbs-up" reviews. For all the future movie directors or producers, the film "Victoria" was shot in one take. All the films have English subtitles so don't worry you'll be able to understand and enjoy the movie. It's free so come, relax and enjoy a great film!
Join us Wednesday, October 23 from 12:00-12:50 p.m. in the Pat Peterson Museum Education Room of the Russell Library (Clarke St. entrance) as Dr. Melanie Devore
facilitates a discussion on “"Dinosaurs, Donors, and Determining Science Content: Presenting Climate Change in the new Dinosaur Hall at the Smithsonian"
Read the background article at:
Listen to the Sound Cloud at:
Just bring your brain. There's free pizza while it lasts!
Have you tried a walking meeting? Innovator Steve Jobs was well known for conducting conversations on the move. He knew bodies in motion have more active minds. And a recent Stanford study found the same: Walking boosts creative thinking. Try introducing a healthy new habit:
Strolling status updates. Walking meetings are easiest with a small group. Start by inviting an employee or your supervisor on a jaunt for your weekly status meeting. Jot down agenda items ahead of time on a small notepad to keep the meeting professional and on track.
Conference call circuit. A wireless headset means you can take phone meetings on foot. You’ll gain privacy you can’t get at many workstations, plus mood-boosting sun and fresh air.
Coffee to go. If you can’t motivate meeting attendees away from the table, you can sip and stretch your legs in nature. Take a brisk lap; you may find it might be even more invigorating than a cappuccino.
Take a look at today’s schedule: What meeting can you make mobile?
Your local news from CTL.
- Highlight Interview- Provost Costas Spirou
- CTL Updates
- GeorgiaVIEW Updates
- CTL Updates from IT
- GC Journeys Highlights
- GC Journeys Info Sessions
- Upcoming GeorgiaVIEW Webinars
- CTL Teaching Tips
For more details please see the attached October issue of the CTL Newsletter.