A unique collaboration between art history and design students has resulted in eight digitally-connected board games with real boards and pieces.
When it comes to filming 30-second commercials—you have to be quick-witted, flexible and a creative problem solver.
You have to think fast and adapt quickly to changing situations to participate in the Southeastern Model of the African Union (SEMAU)—a realistic, three-day simulation that recreates the gathering of African heads-of-state. Students debate issues of critical importance and make decisions that could be adopted by real governments, impacting the lives of millions.
Four history students are back from a grant-funded, eye-opening trip to Brussels, Belgium—where they visited a newly-renovated museum that’s reinterpreting its mishandling of the Congo.
Like the lyrics to John Hendrick’s song, “Everybody’s Boppin’”—when he sings of the Dixieland bands that kept jazz alive—Georgia College’s Jazz Band has done its part to keep the art form going and Milledgeville swinging for a generation.
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.
For youth in Wilkinson and Putnam schools—Georgia College’s two music outreach programs mean getting lessons and using instruments that would otherwise be cost prohibitive. For university students—these programs provide real-world teaching experience.
As a developmental psychologist at Georgia College, Dr. Ashley Taylor strives to give students a complete history of psychology that includes all races and contributors.