During her second journey to the island of Bohol with her Georgia College study abroad class, Associate Professor of Nursing Flor A. Culpa-Bondal and her class made a disturbing discovery.
Madison Tasker has a passion for helping Spanish speaking patients receive medical care.
Georgia College's Tanzania study abroad program is packed with on-site learning opportunities. Students interact with Tanzanians every day – at schools, community centers and orphanages – seeing up close how differently one society names, views and treats disabilities.
Georgia College marketing students will be immersed in the Spanish culture for an entire month. Their visit begins in Madrid, the capital of Spain, and takes the students on a cross-country learning and cultural experience.
During her time at Georgia College, she volunteered, worked in her professional organization, the Council for Exceptional Children, and completed her yearlong student teaching stint at Gray Elementary in Jones County. She even took her educational experience to the next by studying abroad in Tanzania during the summer of 2017.
Three Georgia College students are visiting the rolling green hills of South Korea this summer – where Buddhist statues, cherry trees and quaint fishing villages dot the countryside.
But their experiences there will be vastly different.
When people travel to Berlin, Germany, they often think of the city’s historic past – from the Weimar Republic to the cruelty of World War II. They think of a once-divided city that today is a tranquil center for the arts, museums, architecture, cuisine and music.
They don’t often think science.
Matthew Alexander Cline did pretty much everything in college. But, unless he tells you, an important distinguishing feature in his life would go unnoticed.
For junior theatre major Haley Fusia, her study abroad trip will involve traveling through the streets of Prague, tasting traditional Czech fare and also performing in the world premiere of “The Vision of Čapek.”