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.
Jolee Hughes is one of seven students in the Master of Science in Nursing: Family Nurse Practitioner program to receive a scholarship to fund their last year in the program.
Georgia College’s College of Education has launched a new program that aims to increase the pool of available teachers from a broader and more diverse background.
The computer science majors spent 10 weeks at East Carolina University for a National Science Foundation (NSF) Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU).
Dr. Mab Segrest isn’t a stranger to Milledgeville. The newly appointed Martha Daniel Newell Visiting Distinguished Scholar’s current work revolves around the tumultuous history behind the local landmark Central State Hospital (CSH).
Shanteona Keys, who was named the first Academic All-American in Bobcat women’s basketball history last February, has made a name for herself not only in her division, but in the entire NCAA.
Emily Baum received a $10,000 scholarship from the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics.
More than 50 international students will study at Georgia College this fall semester. From across the globe, they bring their diverse experience and culture to campus.