A conversation that started among Chief Information Officers (CIO’s) in the University System of Georgia (USG) a few years back has turned into a ground-breaking collaborative initiative to expand the role of women in information technology (IT).
It’s about 815 miles from Lexi Pellack’s high school in Easton, Pennsylvania, to Milledgeville, but this incoming first-year student already feels right at home.
This fall, Jada Moore will set aside her dance shoes to dive into other passions. She will focus much of her energy on pursuing her degree, with the ultimate goal of a career in clinical genetics.
Incoming first-year student Kelvin Gonzalez was sold on two things when he first visited Georgia College: the possibility to study graphic design through an art major and the small class sizes.
It was 50 degrees below zero, when Sabatino Miller moved to Warner Robins, Georgia, from Anchorage, Alaska. Although he was just in the seventh grade when he moved, he holds vivid memories of his former home state.
If you walked through the marketplace in Monticello’s town square, you’d find more than just the usual fresh produce. Set up in its own quadrant was a group eager to enlighten the community. On July 8, the Science Education Center hosted a STEMing into the Community event in Monticello, Georgia.
Jay Saunders from Moultrie joins Bobcat Nation this fall.
Growing up with a rare blood disorder, Michelle Nguyen has been around hospitals a lot. Now she wants to become a nurse and dedicate her life to making sick children smile.
If you walk into Vuu-Asian Bistro on a Friday night, you’d likely find Cole Fitzgerald, a recent high school graduate, as the top chef?. For the last year and a half, Fitzgerald has worked in a hard-earned position as a chef while balancing academics and other extra-curricular activities.
Incoming first-year Daniella Vivas knows exactly what wants to study. Since high school, the Peachtree, Georgia, resident has known she had a knack for the written word.
Mya McCoy began college in ninth grade thanks to Georgia College Early College (GCEC). Now, the sociology major has 42 college credit hours and two scholarships—the Dean’s Excellence and the Early College scholarships—to show for it.
Under 30: Terrell Harris, Professional Basketball Player
For nearly six years, Wanda Smith has exemplified the Bobcat spirit. With a firm grasp of the Georgia College mantra —reason, respect and responsibility—the custodian implements ethics like these in her daily interactions with others.
San Salvador is a 63-square-mile island with a population of 1,000. Its unique ecosystem of beaches, coral reefs, marshes and mangrove swamps make it a perfect laboratory for Georgia College ecology students.
Under 30: Jeff Crain, Sponsorship Sales Coordinator at The Classic Center and Photographer at Jeff Crain Photo.
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