Georgia College future educators will have the opportunity to meet future employers at the second annual Teacher Recruitment & Mock Interviews Day.
The Georgia College Women’s Studies Program spring lecture will feature Dr. Layli Phillips Maparyan, an associate professor in the Women’s Studies Institute and the Women’s Studies graduate director at Georgia State University
Georgia College’s Matt Davis has been named “Professional of the Year” for 2011 by the Georgia Association of Museums and Galleries (GAMG).
The Georgia College Department of Art is pleased to present Mementos, an exhibition of Dorothy Netherland’s glass pane paintings.
Georgia College will celebrate the literary legacy of the famous poet, writer and cartoonist Dr. Seuss during this year’s Read Across America Day.
The Town & Gown Arts season kicks off with Shakespeare’s “The Taming of the Shrew.”
Georgia College Provost Dr. Sandra Jordan has been elected to the Board of Trustees of the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools Commission on Colleges.
Award-winning novelist, short-story writer and poet Anthony Grooms will speak at Georgia College during MLK Day 2012 events.
Georgia College Theatre Department presents, “An Evening of Dance Magic.”
The fifth annual Georgia College Global Citizenship Symposium, Personal and Global Health: My Role, Our Challenges, provides multiple approaches to understanding health.