It started as an idea. That idea took a team consisting of two physics majors, a marketing major and a liberal studies major to bring it to life.
While graduation marks the beginning of many Georgia College students’ careers, for some, it serves as a stepping-stone to their next big journey. Three students are taking the knowledge they gleaned from their undergraduate experience and going on to graduate school to pursue opportunities in higher education, STEM and leading in the non-profit world.
Almost 50 percent of Georgia College students who responded to a recent survey will have secured their professions when they walk across the stage to receive their degrees Saturday. Among them, Serena Odeh of Macon, Georgia, and Meredith Lawrence of Duluth, Georgia, feel prepared to ste
How the graduating seniors of the Call Me MiSTER got into the program, and how they plan on staying in the program long after graduation.
Dr. Juli Gittinger—known affectionately as Dr. G to her students—likes to joke that she doesn’t have a life. What she really means is her life is nonstop. Her world is a hodgepodge of interesting facts and ceaseless activity, much like the religions she teaches.
David Williams is the second Georgia College student to receive the Boren Scholarship, a nationally-competitive award given to highly-motivated undergraduates willing to learn less-studied languages, immerse themselves in a different culture and work in federal national security.
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