Public health major Laura Pappas’ sites are set on becoming an epidemiologist in another country, researching disease. But first, she plans to attend graduate school at Tulane University this fall to get her master’s degree in public health and tropical medicine.
Austin Sanders credits his degree in physics for giving him additional distinction and helping him land his new job at an engineering company in the metro Atlanta area. But it’s not the only degree he’s earned, nor is Saturday his only commencement.
Florrie McCard thought she would start college and almost magically find her true self. But it didn’t happen that way.
Record-setting Georgia College Baseball pitcher Charlie Hecht aspires to work in player operations of a major baseball league one day.
Mass Comm major reflects on time with International Education Center
Senior Matthew Hood likes big ideas. He keeps notebooks chock-full of poetry he scratches down, along with possible inventions just waiting to be brought into reality. All that’s missing is Hood's spark of innovation.
Middles grades education major Jerome Brown is the first graduate of the Call Me MiSTER program.
Senior Catherine Ann Parker was a junior at Milton High School when doctors discovered four holes in her heart that had been there since birth. For the swim star who had her eye on athletic scholarships—it stopped her in her tracks.
Decorated softball players Hannah and Holland Coursey graduate May 12. The twins both majored in accounting and will attend Georgia College to pursue their master's degrees this fall.