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.
The book contains numerous videos as well as photographs that highlight the unique and fascinating science and history for educators throughout the state.
Her career has spanned broad horizons including directing off-Broadways plays, teaching both at Georgetown University in Washington D.C. and Georgia College, as well as co-founding a theatre company called Washington Women in Theatre, which strives to give voice to new women playwrights.
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).
Gregg Kaufman received the first ever Barbara Burch Award for Faculty Leadership in Civic Engagement at the American Democracy Project and The Democracy Commitment National Meeting in June.
Dr. Jennifer Flory was selected as a Governor’s Teaching Fellow for the 2014 Summer Symposium. As one of 14 faculty members from institutions of higher education across Georgia, she was selected after a highly competitive application and selection process.
Front Page is completely interactive and allows faculty, staff and students to submit their events and announcements. It’s also easy to use and serves as your one-stop-shop for what you need to know to be an active member of the Georgia College community.
Georgia College welcomes a new member to the academic leadership team. Dr. James E. Payne will be the new dean of the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business.
Dr. Julia Metzker has accepted a new position as the community-based engaged learning (C-bEL) director.
Dr. Olufunke A. Fontenot has been selected as one of the members of the Becoming a Provost Academy (BAPA) Class of 2014–2015.