Georgia College is home to eight of the 'Divine 9.' Soon, all nine African-American fraternities and sororities may be represented on campus – something only seen at historically-black colleges and universities.
Under 30: Evan Karanovich, Assistant to the Chairman and CEO for External Affairs and Special Projects, Chick-fil-A.
In two years, the National Scholarships Office has quadrupled applications for prestigious awards and produced two U.S. Fulbright winners, propelling Georgia College into the national-awards arena.
Valerie Aranda’s class began working on sketches for the Famous Authors mural, which depict three renowned local writers: Joel Chandler Harris, Alice Walker and Georgia College alumna Flannery O’Connor. The three colorful scenes appear in a recent mural, installed on the side of the Georgia Writers Museum in downtown Eatonton.
Under 30: Lauren Gist, Account Executive at iHeart Media
Dr. Veronica Womack raised her hand in college and asked a question she didn't like the answer to. Since then, she's devoted her life to finding a better one.
The university's new production course gives students the skills to break into Georgia's burgeoning movie business, which is expected to generate 5,000 jobs in the next three to five years.
Under 30: Elena Balkcom, founder of Laurel Avenue.
Education students acknowledge the benefits of Georgia College’s unique way of educating future teachers. The foundational piece is the mentor-led cornerstone, meaning each cohort —or group of students who take most courses together during the program — has a faculty member assigned to them.
Under: 30 Stephanie Pope, doctor of physical therapy at the Children's Healthcare of Atlanta.
Criminal justice students are helping restore dignity to the lives of dogs and men through a program that has transformed an entire prison and saved more than 20 impounded dogs from death.
Senior Cassidy Rice crossed home many times during her softball career. But leaving her small hometown of Du Quoin, Illinois, was one of the hardest decisions of her life.
On an average Thursday in Miller Annex, the sounds of art students giving a printmaking demo are illuminated.
Jeanne Haslam’s office door swings both ways—whether it’s a student entering her office for a quick mentoring session or it’s this Learning Center director circulating among tutoring sessions to ensure every student gets specialized attention—she is at the the heart of where academic success ignites.
First-year Bailey Kreinbrink is one of a group of GC1Y students who volunteer at the Baldwin Life Enrichment Center, a nonprofit that provides diverse programming for adults with intellectual disabilities in the local area.
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