Georgia ranks near the bottom of all 50 states for the number of primary care providers. Recent data from America’s Health Rankings, 2018 Annual Report, places Georgia at 42nd for the number of primary care doctors per capita, 43rd in its supply of registered nurses and 48th in advanced practice nursing care.
The mass communications major spent two months in New York City interning with the integrated marketing and brand partnerships team at CBS Television Stations.
Registration is now open for Family Weekend! All students' parents and family members are invited to join us for an event-filled weekend. From informational sessions aimed at helping families support their students to a variety of social events that showcase our GC culture, families of freshmen through seniors will get a glimpse of the life of their Bobcat. The event schedule and registration link can be found at www.gcsu.edu/parent under Events.
Students, Faculty, and Community Members join the orchestra this Fall!
The Georgia College Orchestra is a non-auditioned ensemble focusing on the study and performance of string orchestra and full orchestra repertoire of all periods and styles. It is open to all Georgia College students (all majors), faculty, and community members. The orchestra rehearses twice a week on Mondays and Wednesdays from 5:00 p.m. to 6:15 p.m. and performs three to four concerts a year.
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View our Spring Concert performance of Vivaldi's Gloria at www.youtube.com/watch?v=ue7zsx9wgrE
To access the new GC Study Abroad Program Proposal form and more information on organizing faculty-led programs, visit Developing a Study Abroad Program located in the GC International intranet. Unify login credentials will be needed. You will see the Study Abroad Program Director’s Handbook and the Study Abroad Program Proposal Form listed as Appendix A. All applicants, for first-time or continuing programs, should use the new proposal form (Appendix A). Former versions of the proposal form will no longer be accepted.
For 2020 fall or winter break faculty-led study abroad programs, the deadline for proposals to be submitted to the International Education Center, including the appropriate chair's and dean's signatures, is Sept. 1, 2019. Signatures from the Education Abroad Committee chair, the assistant vice-president for International Education and the Academic Affairs office will be obtained after the Education Abroad Committee reviews the proposals. Note that proposals for spring and summer 2021 programs will be due April 1, 2020.
First-time applicants and faculty who are thinking of proposing a study abroad program in the future but are not sure how to begin are encouraged to contact Assistant Director of Education Abroad Liz Havey (email@example.com) to discuss study abroad options, curricular ideas, programmatic itineraries and projected budgets.
Join Swipe Out Hunger for a social tonight at 5:30 p.m. on Front Campus! Students can come to learn more about Swipe Out Hunger, meet new people, as well as enjoy free food and fun activities!
Tuesday, Aug. 27- Georgia College presents the music of two great cities, “From Paris to Budapest,” at 7:30 p.m. in Noah Rectal Hall. Guest artist and cellist Martin Gueorguiev will perform, along with Georgia College faculty David Johnson, violinist, and William McClain, violist. Gueorguiev teaches cello at Oxford College of Emory University and has served as concertmaster of the Macon Symphony Orchestra. Paris and Budapest both are known for music.
Paris produced choral music in the Middle Ages, ballets during the Renaissance, music halls and cabarets in the 19th century and jazz in the 20th. Likewise, Budapest is an intricate part of musical culture in Hungary with its classical, modern experimental, electronica, alternative music and traditional Hungarian folk songs. String trios will be performed, composed by Ernst von Dohnányi and Jean Françaix, as well as an original trio by David Johnson. A $10 donation is encouraged. All proceeds benefit music scholarships or the GC Department of Music through GCSU Foundation, Inc. For more information, please email firstname.lastname@example.org or call 478-445-8289.
If you graduated within the last 10 years, and are 35 or younger, please consider joining the Young Alumni Council. The Council assists with young alumni engagement, provides networking opportunities for alums and students, and hosts events such as Taste of Milledgeville.
To nominate yourself or a friend, please submit this form: https://georgiacollege-bsucw.formstack.com/forms/young_alumni_council_nomination_form
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The National Scholarships Office will be hosting an information session on the Rangel, Pickering, and Payne fellowships, which fund graduate school for students planning on pursuing careers in the US Foreign Service and with US AID. In addition to providing very generous scholarship support and stipends, these awards also provide students with hiring privileges in applying for US diplomatic jobs. Students must be in their final year of undergrad in order to apply for this award, but students in all years are invited to come learn more!
The info session wil be held on Tuesday, August 27 at 5PM in A&S 151. Students who can't attend are encouraged to reach out to Anna Whiteside for more details.
Georgia College Athletics is set to host a press conference as an official welcome for the program’s newest head coaches, Tinna Gallagher for Bobcat Soccer and Ross Jolly for GC Women’s Basketball. The conference will be held Thursday, Aug. 29 at 10 a.m. in the Museum Education Room on GC’s main campus.
Both coaches will get the opportunity to address Bobcat Nation publicly for the first time Aug. 29. The event is free and open to the public.
Media members will also receive individual interview time upon request after the completion of the press conference.
The Office of Inclusive Excellence (OIE) will offer a series of fall semester trainings on inclusive excellence and active diversity and inclusion search practices. The session is open to anyone who will serve on a search committee this fall or have an interest in serving on a search committee. The first workshop will be September 5 at 2 p.m. All workshops will be held in the Ina Dillard Russell Library Conference Room 302.
To register for a workshop, please go to https://tinyurl.com/y3224jyq. For more information, contact OIE at 445-4233.
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