Of the 51 seniors majoring in management information systems, only nine are female. Majoring in computer science are 24 graduating seniors with only three females. Those numbers don’t faze senior Chancelynn Ridley and junior Kali Kimball. These young women are making their mark in the technology field thanks in part to the education and opportunities they’ve found at Georgia College.
Entomology students have located a wasp – not previously detected in Milledgeville and not in the state of Georgia since the 1950s. The wasp’s favorite food is a beetle known for destroying millions of ash trees in the United States since 2002.
While most students will spend their summer working at a part-time job or in class, junior Keri Spetzer will be viewing glimpses of the galaxy never before seen.
Senior Whitney Gray’s time at Georgia College can best be described as a transformative experience.
A group of 19 students and faculty members are taking part in a medical mission to Honduras. Packed in their suitcase are medical supplies from ointments to vitamins, examination tools to aspirin, blood pressure cuffs to suturing equipment and family health kits.
Senior Samantha Scoggins is set to graduate in December with a Bachelor of Arts with a concentration in museum studies and a nonprofit management certificate, and she is already on the road to career success.
Both Americans and students from abroad work through the International Club to educate the campus and community.
Created by Government and Sociology Chair Dr. Costas Spirou, the GC in DC program places students in a wide range of internships in Washington, D.C including the House of Representatives, Senate, White House and the Council of Foreign Relations.
Junior James Ryden has always been fast. Since the time he was in middle school, he noticed he was faster than his classmates, which prompted him to pursue cross country throughout high school.
Fulbright Scholar and doctorate student Youssef Fdilat is spending his year at Georgia College studying the Moroccan-American relationship, specifically looking at the two countries during 1930 to 1963.