GMC s Paula Payne to attend Summer Institute at Chapel Hill
(Milledgeville, GA) June 20, 2003 – Dr. Paula Payne, PhD, Chairperson, GMC junior college humanities department, has been offered a grant to attend the Summer Institute, “A Literature of Their Own? Women Writing: Venice, London, Paris 1550-1700.” Sponsored by The Society for Values in Higher Education, and funded by The National Endowment for the Humanities, the institute provides college and university faculty and independent scholars with an opportunity to enrich and revitalize their understanding of significant humanities ideas, texts, and topics, with a focus on women writers in early modern Venice, London, and Paris. Dr. Payne will join an elite 25-30 others from across the nation, and will be the only woman from Georgia to attend the institute, which will be held from July 6 through August 2, 2003 at the University of North Carolina, Chapel Hill.
GMC Main Campus 801 Fire Rescue Scholarship
GMC Main Campus and Baldwin County Fire Rescue Announce the GMC 801 Fire Rescue Scholarship in Memory of Dwayne Morgan, GMC Prep ‘79 A beloved “Santa,” a man of faith and service, and friend to all, Dwayne Morgan will live on in the hearts of all who knew him; and now, future students will learn […]
GMC and NewDay USA break ground on Center for Leadership
Georgia Military College and NewDay USA announce partnership and break ground on NewDay USA Center for Leadership at Georgia Military College On Wednesday, November 3, 2021, Georgia Military College and NewDay USA broke ground on a new facility, the NewDay USA Center for Leadership at Georgia Military College. The GMC Board of Trustees approved the […]