University Communications

Announcement    Tuesday, November 30, 2021
Dr. Anthony Healy, lecturer in the Department of Government & Sociology, has published a new book titled, “School Choice, Race and Social Anxiety” (Routledge). The book was released today and focuses on how France’s social, political and cultural conventions, as well as, race and anxiety affect school choice. It explores primarily public-school, middle-class parents in the suburbs of Paris. For more information on the book, visit https://www.routledge.com/ and search by the title.
Announcement    Friday, November 12, 2021
Creative Services is excited to announce our new online ordering service. Beginning December 1, 2021, departments will be able to order stationery, posters, signage, and many other print and design services directly from our website. Visit gcsu.edu/creativeservices, scroll down to find the appropriate form for your job and fill out the necessary information to receive a quote. If you have something in mind but don’t see a form, you can email printing@gcsu.edu and a member of our team...
Announcement    Monday, November 15, 2021
Georgia College’s John H. Lounsbury College of Education earned a Level 4 rating on the 2021 Teacher Preparation Program Effectiveness Measures (PPEMs) published by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC).  Level 4 is labeled “exemplary” and is the highest rating available. The Level 4 ranking is above the desired level of performance for effectively preparing future teachers. This marks the fourth year in a row Georgia College has received the highest rank.  "Our exemplary...
Announcement    Tuesday, November 9, 2021
The ALL IN Campus Democracy Challenge hosted its third biennial awards ceremony on Nov. 8 to recognize select higher education institutions, educators and students for their extraordinary work in student voter engagement during the 2020 presidential election. Georgia College received the 2021 Best in Class Public 4-Year Institution Highest Registration Rate Award. More than 840 institutions enrolling close to nine million students participated in the ALL IN Challenge.  "As point person...
Announcement    Monday, November 8, 2021
Georgia College has obtained the licensing rights for promotional badges for the year for our U.S. News & World Report rankings, our Colleges of Distinction designation, and our inclusion on Princeton Review’s Best Regional Colleges list. We encourage campus to use them where applicable to share our distinctions with others in your outreach efforts. As each badge has its own set of allowable uses, please work with the office of University Communications if you would like to utilize...
Announcement    Friday, November 5, 2021
Josefina Endere, Georgia College's senior budget director, has been selected to take part in the University System of Georgia's (USG) 2021-2022 class of its Executive Leadership Institute (ELI). She joins 33 other colleagues from 25 institutions across the state in the program.   For over a decade, USG has hosted ELI for faculty and staff who are ready for a cabinet-level position in the near future. Presidents nominate one academic leader and one staff leader to apply. From the nominees,...
Announcement    Wednesday, November 3, 2021
President Cox is hosting a series of listening sessions across campus. Please be on the lookout for communications on when your department’s session will take place. If you have questions, please contact your supervisor. Attached is the current schedule for sessions.
Announcement    Wednesday, November 3, 2021
Provost and Vice President for Academic Affairs Dr. Costas Spirou served as an editor for a new book titled, “The Many Futures of Work” (Temple University Press, 2021).  The book “reframes the conversation about contemporary workplace experience by providing both “top down” and “bottom up approach.”  It also looks at the technological, political and economic sources of the gig economy, as well as, the impact of the rapidly changing labor economy and ameliorative policy options.  More...
Announcement    Friday, October 29, 2021
Information Security Officer Hance Patrick tells true stories of fake presidents, Isis, and even an exact duplicate of himself all trying to get through the firewalls of Georgia College, and what happens when they get in. You can listening to our terrifying Halloween episode of GC Stories right here.   
Announcement    Friday, October 29, 2021
Information Security Officer Hance Patrick tells true stories of fake presidents, Isis, and even an exact duplicate of himself all trying to get through the firewalls of Georgia College, and what happens when they get in. You can listen to our terrifying Halloween episode of GC Stories right here.