Dr. Eduardo Mercado knows Milledgeville. The current Martha Daniel Newell Visiting Scholar spent the first 20 years of his life as a native, attending Baldwin County High School, going on to study computer science at Georgia College and eventually leaving to pursuing his degree at Georgia Tech.
At first glance, a look inside the documentary filmmaking classroom would seem identical to that of a typical movie set– and Senior Lecturer Angela Criscoe says the realness of the course is the ultimate goal for students.
Dr. Michael Charles Tobias has known he was meant to be an ecologist since the age of three— after seeing a caged wolf for the first time.
For Newell Scholar Dr. Mab Segrest, stories from the Central State Hospital archives are like genies out of the bottle. Through her more than a decade-long research on the hospital, she’s sifted through thousands of patient records, but one story in particular stayed with her.
At the exhibition, graduate students Rebecca Milby will present a field guide of her great-grandfather developed into a handmade book she created during the course.