King Week 2021: Where Do We Go from Here?
Every January, the GA College Cultural Center and the Office of Inclusive Excellence celebrates the life and legacy of Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. In previous years, the observance of Dr. Martin Luther King, Jr. was celebrated with a one day breakfast for the campus and Milledgeville community. This year, due to the COVID-19 pandemic, we presented “King Week: Where Do We Go from Here?” It was held Jan. 19 - 23. The celebration honored Dr. King with a series of virtual events to include a kick-off lecture, MLK Jr. Baldwin County area student essay winners, and creative expression performances. The week concluded with a Day of Service. We hope you will join us next year in our efforts to honor Dr. King, his legacy, and the future of inclusive excellence at Georgia College.
Making Excellence Inclusive Day
In an effort to support Georgia College’s quest for national recognition, Making Excellence Inclusive Day engages GC faculty and staff in ways to employ inclusive excellence through professionally-led workshops, student-led discussions and facilitated dialogues. This event provides a framework for inclusive excellence and offer strategies of success for the classroom, within the curriculum and in the work environment.