Baldwin County’s Creekside Elementary fourth and fifth-grade students explored the dangers of cyberbullying and other scenarios thanks to a partnership with Georgia College’s Women in Technology (WIT) and the Association of Information Systems (AIS).
Georgia College education graduates are making their mark on local schools – winning Teacher of the Year in Baldwin, Bibb, Jones, Putnam and Wilkinson Counties. All six finalists in Baldwin were Bobcats, along with a finalist in Bibb for assistant principal of the year.
In the minutes leading up to “The Nutracker’s” premiere 2016 performance Amelia Pelton, the production’s artistic director, is out among the seats of Russell Auditorium greeting audience members. She’s easy to spot in her festive red sequined jacket adorned with a glittering holiday wreath broach. What you can’t tell by the smile and twinkle in her eyes is that, just minutes before, she was putting out a thousand fires.
On a December Monday afternoon at John Milledge Academy (JMA), the halls are relatively empty except for the nearly 20 Georgia College students patiently waiting for the final bell.
Two Georgia College students were commended last week by President Steve Dorman for acting quickly at an accident scene in November. John Merritt and William Giles helped pull a young driver to safety, after dousing his car with a fire extinguisher.
A mass communication class took the fall semester learning of stories surrounding Central State Hospital (CSH) from first-hand accounts of local community members with ties to the institution.
Four graduating seniors spent two weeks during the fall semester traveling to small towns and remote regions of Honduras, providing health care to local communities.
Seniors Megan McGurl, Elyse Renshaw and Sarah David entered college not knowing what they wanted to do - but found beauty and joy in mathematics.
Transferring to Georgia College helped Hannah Thomas rediscover her passion for dancing. Along the way, she also uncovered hidden talents for leadership, teaching, choreography and using performance for social change.
Three students in Georgia College’ s December 2016 graduating class have risen to the top.
Senior mass communication major Erin Patrick has spent her experience as a student at Georgia College entrenched in giving back.
Graduating senior Jonathan Garcia’s life has transformed over the last several years. Through his experiences at Georgia College, he's grown into a thoughtful leader and social justice fighter.
Marketing major Tory Carver knows a thing or two about branding
Senior Rachael Waldrop found big opportunities at Georgia College, where she developed a passion for understanding the human psyche.
Co-directing Georgia College’s student television newscast taught senior Will Woolever to think fast and juggle many duties.
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