Ten music majors have immersed themselves in pre-Civil War culture to prepare for an upcoming recital. They learned how women were expected to be modest and fashionable in the 1800s – with impeccable manners and musical talent to boot.
College of Arts & Sciences
Dr. Eric G. Tenbus will join Georgia College as dean of the College of Arts & Sciences effective June 1, 2018. Tenbus is a professor of history in his seventh year as department chair in the Department of History, Sociology, Anthropology and Cross-Disciplinary Studies at the University of Central Missouri. He has taught at the university since 2001.
Georgia College alum Emily Kearney Williams is using art to show what life is like in the Last Frontier.
Under 30: Valerie Johnson
Entomology students have located a wasp – not previously detected in Milledgeville and not in the state of Georgia since the 1950s. The wasp’s favorite food is a beetle known for destroying millions of ash trees in the United States since 2002.
Professor Dr. Sandra Godwin teaches the unique course Sociology of Food, where she challenges students to think about the complexities that go into the creation and distribution of the food that ends up on their plates.
While most students will spend their summer working at a part-time job or in class, junior Keri Spetzer will be viewing glimpses of the galaxy never before seen.
Senior Whitney Gray’s time at Georgia College can best be described as a transformative experience.
Senior Samantha Scoggins is set to graduate in December with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in museum studies and a nonprofit management certificate, and she is already on the road to career success.
Created by Government and Sociology Chair Dr. Costas Spirou, the GC in DC program places students in a wide range of internships in Washington, D.C including the House of Representatives, Senate, White House and the Council of Foreign Relations.