The Auerbachs have taken almost 100 students to Europe in six years to study art and history in three European cities steeped in ancient culture. But they always add something new, keeping the study abroad program current and innovative.
Not only was Milledgeville the state capitol during Civil War days—over the centuries, it’s been home to some pretty interesting townsfolk: brothel owners, suspected witches, train robbers, murderers.
Take all the knowledge—gathered by a lifetime of barbecue obsession—and season it with ingenuity, storytelling, great photos and maps. Let the idea simmer to perfection a few years. Then add two history professors and a couple of communication students.
What do you get?
The state’s first and only barbecue website: “Georgia BBQ Trails.”
Matthew Alexander Cline did pretty much everything in college. But, unless he tells you, an important distinguishing feature in his life would go unnoticed.
Heading soon into Labor Day weekend, millions of Americans will heat up grills and barbecue - a subject Dr. Craig Pascoe knows something about.
Aaron Bellamy, a Thomas County native, has accomplished many things deemed nearly impossible for an 18-year-old. Not only is he an Eagle Scout, the highest rank for a Boy Scout, but he has also reached the national level for his high school’s debate team.
Anna Democko spent a semester at Oxford University in England, one of the most prestigious and well-known universities in the world. She became the first Georgia College student to take advantage of this new partnership between the universities.
The students and Drs. Stephen and Elissa Auerbach will spend time in the Netherlands and Paris, France touring museums, historical sites, churches and more.
Darby Witek's efforts at Georgia College recently garnered her national recognition as a top undergraduate history scholar. She was one of only 16 students in the country to receive the Gilder-Lehrman History Scholar Award.
Jamie Snyder and Lindsay Tallman have both spent their time as students engulfed in the history of the Old Governor’s Mansion