Junior James Ryden has always been fast. Since the time he was in middle school, he noticed he was faster than his classmates, which prompted him to pursue cross country throughout high school.
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Fulbright Scholar and doctorate student Youssef Fdilat is spending his year at Georgia College studying the Moroccan-American relationship, specifically looking at the two countries during 1930 to 1963.
The computer science majors spent 10 weeks at East Carolina University for a National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU).
Dr. Mab Segrest isn’t a stranger to Milledgeville. The newly appointed Martha Daniel Newell Visiting Distinguished Scholar’s current work revolves around the tumultuous history behind the local landmark Central State Hospital (CSH).
The first art exhibition held in the newly renovated and reopened Ennis Hall, titled “1937 to 2014,” brings together generations of Georgia College alumni artists.
For Eve Wise, the decision to attend Georgia College was an easy one. The freshman from Johns Creek, Ga., who is one of the high academic achievers based on GPA and test scores in the incoming class, came to the university to pursue music therapy.
The Georgia College Department of Music has a new Steinway piano to add to their collection.
From exploring the engineering of 3D printing to investigating the science behind making pizza dough from scratch, local school students spent part of their summer learning about the possibilities of science, technology, engineering and mathematics (STEM) through summer camps.
Kevin Morris arrived in Zagreb, Croatia on May 13 to begin his three-month-long internship with the International Trade Administration (ITA) branch of the U.S. Department of Commerce.
Dr. Christine Mutiti’s field botany summer course takes students from the urban sidewalks of the Oconee River Greenway, into the wooded areas where diverse plant life abounds.