Dr. Renée Fontenot has been awarded the 2012 Gordon Long Award for the Marketing Educator of the Year from the Georgia Association of Marketing Educators (GAME).
Georgia College’s Office of Afterschool Achievement has received five years of continued funding for its Youth Enrichment Services (YES) Program — Baldwin County’s only free afterschool program.
As part of this year’s Week of Welcome festivities, Georgia College students discussed diversity issues on campus using improvisation.
The Old Governor’s Mansion at Georgia College will explore the lifestyles of both free and enslaved women of the Antebellum South during specialty tours this fall.
Georgia College student actors will give an inspiring performance about Czech Republic hero and Holocaust survivor Jan Wiener during “The Flights of Jan Wiener.”
Holocaust survivor Dr. Alfred Schneider will lecture about the music that unified Jewish women and men at the Czech Republic’s Terezin concentration camp.
Georgia College graduate students have taken a cutting-edge approach to publishing academic textbooks.
The battle of the best voice in Milledgeville takes center stage this month as 10 local vocalists compete for a $1,000 cash prize.
Georgia College’s Dr. Lee Gillis was awarded the 2012 President’s Award for Meritorious Service for his work with the Society of Group Psychology and Group Psychotherapy, a division of the American Psychological Association.
Katelyn Sutton, a Georgia College fourth-generation freshmen, counts among approximately 1,330 new freshmen starting classes Monday to kick off the 2012-2013 academic year.