Jonathan Mangrum is Georgia College’s first David L. Boren Scholar—a prestigious award that will enable him to spend his fall 2018 semester learning Urdu in Lucknow, India. There the junior economics and political science major will gain a cultural perspective while staying with a host family, but first, he will develop his skills through intensive study of the language at the University of Wisconsin-Madison.
College of Business
Zach Mullins is the Sr. Manager of Sales for Cox Media Group
Lauren Clark is an author, entrepreneur, and marketing assistant in New York City
Of the 51 seniors majoring in management information systems, only nine are female. Majoring in computer science are 24 graduating seniors with only three females. Those numbers don’t faze senior Chancelynn Ridley and junior Kali Kimball. These young women are making their mark in the technology field thanks in part to the education and opportunities they’ve found at Georgia College.
Georgia College business ethics students have taken up the cause to help homeless veterans in Georgia by partnering with a new project called HomePortMaconGA, Inc. The project is turning a former hotel into a unique community-based housing environment for veterans.
Tony Tan is leading StoAmigo, a company he founded that is going to set the standard in cloud storage innovation. Having already been featured in Forbes magazine for the Cloudlocker personal cloud storage device, the company’s new development is called Tack App.
Georgia College business students spent time this semester not only learning the basic principles of accounting, but also how to teach some of those concepts to others.
Shanteona Keys, who was named the first Academic All-American in Bobcat women’s basketball history last February, has made a name for herself not only in her division, but in the entire NCAA.