In recognition of Mental Health Awareness Week author Andrew Gadtke will talk about his struggles with schizophrenia and schizoaffective disorder.
Four Georgia College undergraduate students recently excelled among graduate and post-doctoral students during the 242nd National Meeting of American Chemical Society 2011 in Denver, Colo.
Chefs whip fresh eggs and cook to order, adding cheese, onions, bacon, peppers and more cheese.
When Georgia College scientist Dr. Kalina Manoylov talks about algae, the tiny organisms become a big deal. She collects them locally, nationally and internationally.
“Life is Mostly Straws” explores the mental health of two brothers facing their fears of loneliness and love.
The Formal Garden on the Georgia College campus will be dedicated this fall as the Peabody Garden.
The Old Governor’s Mansion and Natural History Museum on the Georgia College campus will celebrate Smithsonian magazine’s seventh annual Museum Day on Saturday, Sept. 24.
A world expert on reducing possible chemical threats will speak at Georgia College on Wednesday, Sept. 21.