Three Georgia College students attend Grace Hopper Celebration of Women in Computing
Three Georgia College students, senior Anna Lidzba, graduate student Heather Reynolds and senior Jordan Mixon, recently attended the Grace Hopper Celebration (GHC) of Women in Computing— the world's largest gathering of women technologists.
Center gives local business owners leg up, students hands-on experience
Graduate student Heather Reynolds has spent whole Sundays inventorying a clothing boutique, talking shop with local drone industry professionals, and visiting nearly 20 chamber of commerces in central Georgia. It’s not what you’d expect from an average master of management information systems student, but it’s been her experience working for the Center of Design and E-commerce (CODEC) on campus.
GC sophomore places at international paraclimbing competition
Connor King, a sophomore mass communications and information systems double major, won third place in Men's RP1 category, for competitors with physical or neurological disabilities. King has cerebral palsy, but his disability could not keep him from making it to the podium in this international competition.
Marketing students and their mentor receive Best Paper in Marketing Strategy award
Carly O'Saben and Jason Lambert presented at the Atlantic Marketing Association Conference and received Best Paper in the Marketing Strategy track in Charleston, South Carolina, on Sept. 17, 2016.
Bachelor of Science in Computer Science now accredited by ABET
The Georgia College computer science degree program is now accredited by the Computing Accreditation Commission of ABET (Accreditation Board for Engineering and Technology, Inc.).
CS major Brian Minter shares experience from Apple Worldwide Developers Conference
Senior computer science and math major Bryan Minter recaps his recent experience at the Apple Worldwide Developers Conference (WWDC).
App lands GC student ticket to Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference
Brian Minter will be among the who’s who of the tech world as he attends the Apple Worldwide Developer’s Conference in San Francisco, California, this week—and it’s all due to an app he created last summer.
J. Whitney Bunting Global Marketing: Spain Visit Ines Rosales
Thanks to arrangements made by ISA (International Study Abroad-Sevilla Spain), Georgia College students from the J. Whitney Bunting College of Business International Marketing Environment in Spain study abroad class toured Ines Rosales.