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Father and daughter earn degrees

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  • Senior math major Kirsten Morris and her father Mark Morris, who is receiving his MBA, both graduated summer 2016.
  • Kirsten is exemplary student: active in collegiate 4-H, SGA, served as student ambassador, in Honors Program; co-founder of first chapter of Association for Women in Mathematics at Georgia College…
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Three 2016 seniors graduate with help of local foundation

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  • Summer 2016 graduates Bria Brown, Alberto Eguia and Erin Lawrence received funds to pay significant amount of college expenses from the Greensboro Dreamers…
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Earth Day Celebrations

Events by U. S. Consulate, Mumbai

Alumni such as Pooja Shah (YES’09), Manshi Galaa and Zarrin Ansari (YES’12) along with AFS Volunteers such as Nehalee Surve and  141 more words

Alumni Stories

Excellence runs in Schupp family, twice chosen to Marshal

By Christine Palattella
Marketing Communications Specialist, Penn State Behrend

Student Marshal Kelsey Schupp

On Friday night, Student Marshal Kelsey Schupp ’16 will lead her fellow Black School of Business commencement candidates into Erie Insurance Arena just as her sister, Brooke ʼ14, did two years ago. 517 more words

Student News

Social Justice in Today's Social Environment

Prepared by Byron Williams

Sankofa, Peace Corps’ Black/African-American employee affinity group, felt the need to compose a panel based on the conversations many members have had with other people of color and wanting to address how these events affect employees, directly and indirectly, on a regular basis, including the work environment.  900 more words

Advocacy

McKenzie Fisher - Bobcats Against Hunger Co-Founder

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  • McKenzie Fisher, ’16,  was as co-founder of Bobcats Against Hunger, an Emerging Leader of the Year Award recipient, president of Omicron Delta Kappa and a Georgia Association of Colleges & Employers (GACE) Jack Mangham Award recipient.
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GC Alumna accepted as female Ph.D. student in Computer Science

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  • Karen Aguar, a Georgia College Alumna, is a female Ph.D. candidate in computer science at the University of Georgia.
  • Aguar graduated from Georgia College in 2012 with her Bachelor of Science degree in computer science.
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