The Colonnade, Georgia College's student newspaper, was started in 1925 as a way for students to have their voice heard. Today, it is continuing to provide students an opportunity to conduct investigative journalism.
Georgia College professor of Instructional Technology Dr. Chris Greer hopes to bring new opportunities for K-12 students to learn topics like science and history using virtual reality (VR).
It’s always been part of Georgia College’s DNA, as one professor said recently. But—with undergraduate research now officially dubbed a “transformative experience” and part of GC Journey’s high-impact practices—investigative opportunities at Georgia College are gathering even more momentum.
Georgia College commemorated two campus buildings in February with a groundbreaking ceremony for its Integrated Science Complex and ribbon cutting for newly-renovated Terrell Hall. The two facilities mark a combined construction upgrade for the campus worth $35.4 million.
Dr. James Schiffman’s life is a fascinating tale of traveling and taking chances—a journey that ultimately took him to Asia and remote U.S. regions, then to jobs at the Wall Street Journal and CNN.
Georgia College alumna Erin Nobles—the mother working to pass “Gracie’s Law” into state legislation, granting children with disabilities access to organ transplants—will speak to university nursing students at 9 a.m. Monday, Feb. 3, in the Health Sciences Building.
Dr. Hasitha Mahabaduge, assistant professor of physics, was recently named the 2020 recipient of the University System of Georgia (USG) Board of Regents Felton Jenkins Jr. Hall of Fame Faculty Award—bestowed for “a strong commitment to teaching and student success.”
Natalie Sharp is a Georgia College alumna who has went on to get a Masters of Fine Arts from the University of Colorado and is currently on a Fulbright Scholarship in Armenia.
Stacey Milner's mission is to provide “a sense of belonging” for everyone and be a good example for other people's kids—showing them what it means to value someone else.
Dr. Micheal T. Stratton has been appointed to serve as new dean of Georgia College’s J. Whitney Bunting College of Business.
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