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Seven Georgia College students will do summer REUs in U.S. and abroad

It’s another good year for Georgia College, in terms of students winning REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) through the National Science Foundation (NSF). Seven biology, physics and mathematics students were selected to do a wide-range of different research in the United States and abroad.

Summer sun being used to solar-power golf carts at Georgia College

Two physics students will continue research this summer, adding four solar-powered golf carts to Georgia College’s current fleet of two. In addition, they hope to make the current model more environmentally-friendly and use “aerodynamics” to reduce the time it takes to charge the battery. 

May 2018: Senior gets two degrees from two different universities in one week

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.

Georgia College's Project ASTRO inspires future scientists in Middle Georgia

Whir-lee tubes; dirty ice balls made with dry ice, sand and syrup; kids spinning and rotating as planet earth – these are a few cosmic adventures Georgia College professors bring to area schools through Project ASTRO.

Six Georgia College students participate in summer REUs throughout U.S.

Six Georgia College students and one faculty member were selected for Research Experiences for Undergraduates (REUs) with stipends through the National Science Foundation (NSF). This summer, they’ll participate in research for biology, mathematics, chemistry and physics at universities across the United States.

There’s a chill - but not in the air - at Georgia College physics lab

There’s a tiny spot on campus that’s colder than Vostak, Antarctica, where the earth’s lowest temperature was recorded. The small cylinder compartment in a cramped physics lab at Georgia College is even colder than the moon’s frigid, negative 378 degrees Fahrenheit.

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