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.
It starts with data, which then turns into a point on a map—or several thousand points.
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.
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.
On an average Thursday in Miller Annex, the sounds of art students giving a printmaking demo are illuminated.
First-year, pre-education major Jasia Clark charges a group of Eagle Ridge Elementary students with an important question: if you could change the world, what would you change?
On a December Monday afternoon at John Milledge Academy (JMA), the halls are relatively empty except for the nearly 20 Georgia College students patiently waiting for the final bell.
Brittan Edwards epitomizes a servant leader, and her dedication guided her to help train other leaders on campus.
With spring in the air, thousands of children across the country hit the diamond to play little league baseball and softball, but very few of those leagues have professionals available to treat injuries and train coaches on safety. It was that problem that first sparked the interest of graduate student James Berry.
As director of ENGAGE, she’s helped faculty at GC and community members collaborate on projects that include a community art mural in the Harrisburg community, teaching social justice through theatre plays to middle school students, assisting with the local farmers market and much more.