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Class of 2022: Longtime friends look to make their marks at Georgia College
Thursday, Jun. 7, 2018

Emily Griffin and Milligan Williams

Max Noah Singers perform world premieres at Carnegie Hall
Friday, Jun. 1, 2018

Georgia College made its debut on the Carnegie Hall stage this month in a bold and gutsy way – premiering two songs never before heard with choir, piano or orchestra. They’d only been imagined in the creative, silent depths of the composers’ minds.

Students explore international marketing, consumer behavior in Spain
Wednesday, May. 30, 2018

Georgia College marketing students will be immersed in the Spanish culture for an entire month. Their visit begins in Madrid, the capital of Spain, and takes the students on a cross-country learning and cultural experience.

Seven Georgia College students will do summer REUs in U.S. and abroad
Thursday, May. 24, 2018

It’s another good year for Georgia College, in terms of students winning REUs (Research Experiences for Undergraduates) through the National Science Foundation (NSF). Seven biology, physics and mathematics students were selected to do a wide-range of different research in the United States and abroad.

Summer sun being used to solar-power golf carts at Georgia College
Tuesday, May. 22, 2018

Two physics students will continue research this summer, adding four solar-powered golf carts to Georgia College’s current fleet of two. In addition, they hope to make the current model more environmentally-friendly and use “aerodynamics” to reduce the time it takes to charge the battery. 

Students explore Taiwan through new study abroad
Thursday, May. 17, 2018

Ten Georgia College students ventured to Taipei, Taiwan May 17 and will be there until June 16. This is the university’s first study abroad in that country. The group—led by Dr. Tsu-Ming Chiang, interim assistant vice president of International Education and professor of psychological science and Dr. Jenq-Foung “J.F.” Yao, professor of computer science—will study there just over four weeks.

May 2018: Legacy of service, leadership
Saturday, May. 12, 2018

Senior Janae Innis knew she was meant for a future in leadership. The Johns Creek native came to Georgia College as a business management major and later tacked on an international studies minor.

May 2018: Future epidemiologist strives to work overseas
Thursday, May. 10, 2018

Public health major Laura Pappas’ sites are set on becoming an epidemiologist in another country, researching disease. But first, she plans to attend graduate school at Tulane University this fall to get her master’s degree in public health and tropical medicine.

May 2018: Physics played a role in discovering career interest
Wednesday, May. 9, 2018

Madison Durrance  

May 2018: Senior gets two degrees from two different universities in one week
Wednesday, May. 9, 2018

Austin Sanders credits his degree in physics for giving him additional distinction and helping him land his new job at an engineering company in the metro Atlanta area. But it’s not the only degree he’s earned, nor is Saturday his only commencement.

May 2018: French major learned to speak out and be true to herself
Tuesday, May. 8, 2018

Florrie McCard thought she would start college and almost magically find her true self. But it didn’t happen that way. 

May 2018: Pitcher aims for a career in baseball player operations
Tuesday, May. 8, 2018

Record-setting Georgia College Baseball pitcher Charlie Hecht aspires to work in player operations of a major baseball league one day. 

Amy Huang
May 2018: Mass Comm major reflects on time with International Education Center
Monday, May. 7, 2018

Mass Comm major reflects on time with International Education Center

Mentorship helps lead alumnus to medical school and beyond
Friday, May. 4, 2018

Ahmed Al-Bayati, ’12, has come a long way from growing up in war-torn Baghdad where he served as a translator to reaching the peak of his education as a medical school graduate and beginning his surgical residency. 

May 2018: Spreading stories of service
Thursday, May. 3, 2018

Senior Matthew Hood likes big ideas. He keeps notebooks chock-full of poetry he scratches down, along with possible inventions just waiting to be brought into reality. All that’s missing is Hood's spark of innovation.

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