College of Arts & Sciences

Announcement    Tuesday, May 5, 2020
This fall, Dr. Chad Whittle will be teaching Intro to Podcasting (MSCM 4950).  In the course, you'll learn the basics of podcasting, how to produce a podcast, and gain insights into the growing business of podcasting.  The textbook for the course is free!  The course will be Tuesdays and Thursdays during the fall semester from 3:30-4:45 pm.   In the class, you'll be producing your own podcasts.  Talk to your advisor about where the course fits into your schedule.  For more information,...
Announcement    Tuesday, March 3, 2020
Associate professor of physics and astronomy Dr. Arash Bodaghee and a Georgia College student, who has since graduated, are two of eight co-authors of a 44-page article on stellar winds in an esteemed journal, Astronomy & Astrophysics.  Dr. Chavonda Mills, chair of chemistry, physics and astronomy, called the publication a “great accomplishment.” “The international journal is generally considered to be among the top two journals devoted solely to astronomy,” Mills said. “For...
Announcement    Monday, March 2, 2020
Join us tomorrow Wednesday from 12-12:50 p.m. to hear Jordan Boyd (Rhetoric student) facilitate a discussion on: “The Rhetoric of Prejudice: Why do the sexist and racist narratives persist?" This will be held in the Pat Peterson Museum Education room on the second floor of Russell library. The following background articles will be referred to during the discussion: "Black Britons Wonder What took Harry and Meghan so Long" Ceylan Yeginsu
Announcement    Sunday, March 1, 2020
Join The Debunkers (sociology club) for a sociological social on Monday, March 2 at 5pm in A&S 216!  We invite all sociology majors, minors, and friends of the program to come hang out, meet professors in the department, and get advice about registration and the amazing things you can do with a sociology degree! Snacks and fun sociological facts will be provided! 
Announcement    Friday, February 14, 2020
Call for chapters for "Podcasting and Journalism" an edited collection to be published. Abstract Submission Deadline: March 1, 2020 Editor: Dr. Chad Whittle, Georgia College Purpose of book: This edited collection of research will examine how journalists are using podcasting to produce news content. Podcasts continue to grow in usage and are becoming a part of media consumers daily routine to stay updated on the latest headlines and analysis of the top stories of the day. The editor...
Announcement    Monday, February 10, 2020
Join us Wednesday from 12-12:50 p.m. to hear KendylLewis facilitate a discussion on: “Food Insecurity: Is Food the Key to Breaking the Poverty Cycle?” This will be held in the Pat Peterson Museum Education room on the second floor of Russell library.  The following background articles will be referred to during the discussion: Cities Prepare for the Worst as Trump’s Food Stamp Cuts Near