Senior psychology and outdoor education major Kayla Argo will be the first to graduate college in her family. Not stopping there, the senior also combined her interest in psychology with her love of the outdoors in undergraduate research she did while at Georgia College.
College of Arts & Sciences
The December 2017 graduate will teach and serve as an American cultural ambassador.
The Georgia Education Mentorship (GEM) Program—a one-of-a-kind partnership between the Georgia Chamber of Commerce and Georgia College— pairs leaders from the Chamber with juniors and seniors.
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Madeline Olliff’s transition into college wasn’t the easiest. Months after she walked the stage at Sequoyah High School, her grandfather passed away, which came only months after her childhood dog, Zeke, passed away. Then during her first semester of college, her family lost their other dog, Patsie.
Helen Harris describes her experience at Georgia College and how it influenced her to start her publishing company.
Whir-lee tubes; dirty ice balls made with dry ice, sand and syrup; kids spinning and rotating as planet earth – these are a few cosmic adventures Georgia College professors bring to area schools through Project ASTRO.
Senior biology major Emmy Thornsberry knew her love of ceramics would continue into college. But it wasn’t until October of her first year, when she happened to see a group of community members and students going into Grassmann Ceramics Studio, she decided to follow along.
Eight finalists were recognized for their creative writing during the Margaret Harvin Wilson Writing Awards ceremony held March 12. The top written works were selected from over 100 entries during the celebration of writing excellence. The two top finalists—awarded $1,000 each—said they were encouraged to write even more because of this recognition.