All 16 of the fall 2018 juniors entering the middle grades education program received iPads, which they use as a learning aid in their education and a resource to help educate their students.
Seven finalists were recognized for their creative writing during the Margaret Harvin Wilson Writing Awards ceremony held March 14 at Georgia College. The top written works were selected from 76 entries during the celebration of writing excellence. The top finalists—awarded $1,000 each—are sophomore Mallory Wheeler of Talking Rock, Georgia, and junior Madeline Ender of Cumming, Georgia.
In 2012, a small department in the College of Arts and Sciences was born.
In six short years, it not only increased 80 percent—from five professors to nine—it’s been dubbed “the most diverse philosophy department in the nation.”
History comes to life this spring as students take a new section of GC1Y highlighting the changes and development of the university.
It’s a challenge to recruit outstanding faculty. Doubly so, when trying to attract a more-diverse teaching population.
When it comes to keeping underrepresented faculty, it gets even harder.
Every Monday and Tuesday, Georgia College rhetoric students can be found at Milledgeville’s only soup kitchen—peeling potatoes, chopping onions and shredding meats. They set tables, serve meals to the less fortunate, wash dishes and haul out garbage.
Then they use what they've observed and learned to write a great speech—putting their rhetoric to work, educating others about food insecurities of the poor.
Although scenes of devastation from the 2017 hurricanes in Puerto Rico are no longer on the news—one Georgia College graduate student and Puerto Rican native is still working to find out why residents there got sick and why some died.
When senior Sarah Penoyer was making her decision on what college to pursue, the McIntosh High School student knew she wanted to dedicate her time to a service organization.
Students in Kim Roush’s Marketing, Advertising and Communications courses took to Twitter to analyze this year’s Super Bowl ads and connect them with the theories they’re learning in class this semester.
After receiving a biology degree from Georgia College, Hannah Warner went on to pursue a career taking care of state parks, wildlife, and other protected natural resources.
Thanks to new programming at Georgia College, 19 homeschoolers are becoming state certified to monitor the health of two streams in Milledgeville. And they're learning a lot of science along the way.
Got a question about dining hours? Want to find out when the next basketball game takes place? Just Ask Thunder. It’s designed to point you directly to the information without having to search the entire website.
Several Georgia College alumni just took their leadership skills and knowledge to the next level serving on the Gov. Brian Kemp’s senior staff and transition team.
As the largest division on campus, the College of Arts and Sciences (A&S) makes diversity a priority. And the results are remarkable.
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