Dr. Christine Mutiti’s field botany summer course takes students from the urban sidewalks of the Oconee River Greenway, into the wooded areas where diverse plant life abounds.
A group of Master of Business Administration (MBA) students recently visited Australia to learn about international business dynamics firsthand.
The Peach Belt Conference (PBC) announced its Presidential Honor Roll recipients, with 130 Georgia College student-athletes making the list, a school record. The program honors all student-athletes with a GPA of 3.0 or higher for the 2013-14 academic year.
Freshmen Hannah and Holland Coursey have played softball together since the age of eight. So it came as no surprise when the pair of identical twins also chose to attend the same college.
Twins Noah and Frankie Brasch from Alpharetta, Ga. are new incoming freshmen at Georgia College.
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For many, a career in the medical field is somewhat of a higher calling. Doctorate of Nursing Practice (DNP) student Kristin Corbin shares that feeling, which is one reason why she decided to continue her nursing education.
“I know it sounds cliché, but I originally decided on nursing because I wanted to care for others,” said Corbin. “I knew my passion was in health promotion and helping others achieve optimal health.”
A group of health science students will spend two weeks in the Central American country of Belize this summer.
The students will participate in service and community-based learning initiatives each day including health fairs working with an HIV/AIDS awareness group, volunteering to help build an orphanage and working with local high school coaches at a clinic.
After the excitement of graduation day settles, many newly minted Georgia College alumni will inevitably begin the search for that perfect spot on the mantle to display their degree. For graduate Matthew Hilliard, that task might prove challenging.
On Saturday, May 10, Hilliard was the first in Georgia College history to graduate with three majors in physics, chemistry and math. Triple majors are rare at the university, but degrees in these three areas of study together have never been achieved before.
In the interest of safety due to the threat of thunderstorms, which constitutes inclement weather, Georgia College will hold its spring commencement ceremonies at the Centennial Center.