While graduation marks the beginning of many Georgia College students’ careers, for some, it serves as a stepping-stone to their next big journey. Three students are taking the knowledge they gleaned from their undergraduate experience and going on to graduate school to pursue opportunities in higher education, STEM and leading in the non-profit world.
Sociology students are recording an original song about socio-economics that will help fund a free laundromat for the poor.
With midterm elections coming in November—one Georgia College alum and four students are going door-to-door in Baldwin County to reach a group of historically-underrepresented voters: marginalized youth.
Tavaris Johnson wanted to burst the bubble that kept him and fellow students from seeing Milledgeville citizens as real. He figured out how to do that with two sociology projects.
Professor Dr. Sandra Godwin teaches the unique course Sociology of Food, where she challenges students to think about the complexities that go into the creation and distribution of the food that ends up on their plates.
For some Milledgeville community members, Ashlyn Douglas is a familiar face.