College of Coastal Georgia News

Posted 03/20/2019 11:10AM
The Coastal Georgia Men's Golf Team won the Battle at the Primm Golf Tournament in Primm, Nevada.
Posted 03/19/2019 10:48AM
The Mariner Men's Golf Team competes in the NAIA Battle of Primm tournament in Primm, Nevada, near Las Vegas. After the first day, the Mariners are on top of the scoreboard following the first 36 holes of the event and are 18 holes away from another tournament title.
Posted 03/18/2019 08:10AM
College of Coastal Georgia senior Jonathon Edgy was awarded the 2019 Academic Recognition Day Award by the Board of Regents of the University System of Georgia on February 12.He was nominated by two professors, not only for his high academic achievements but because he represents the best of what Coastal Georgia has to offer.
Posted 02/28/2019 09:29AM
Dr. Carla Bluhm, an associate professor of psychology at the College of Coastal Georgia, will embark on a monthlong pilgrimage to the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela in Spain from Tomar, Portugal. She is participating in the centuries old tradition of the Camino de Santiago, also known as the Way of Saint James. The Camino de Santiago is an ancient pilgrimage to the burial site of the remains of the Apostle St. James at the cathedral of Santiago de Compostela. The journey has been made by pilgrims for centuries, taking different routes from their homes across Europe. Bluhm will start her own walk in Portugal, known as the Camino Portugu├ęs. She hopes that her journey will provide insight into various topics in psychology, such as the psychology of long walks, psychology of the impacts of global warming, elements of awe, and more.
Posted 02/19/2019 09:06AM
The 1968-1969 Brunswick Junior College Buccaneer men's basketball team will reunite after 50 years during the College of Coastal Georgia's homecoming celebration.
Posted 02/15/2019 05:00PM
Mariner fans are asked to wear pink during the homecoming basketball games against Thomas University for Play4Kay.
Posted 02/15/2019 01:28PM
After moving to the United States from Mexico at the age of five, Ada Ramirez,an accountant in the Office of Business Affairs and 2018 graduate of the College of Coastal Georgia, is an American citizen. She is excited about all the privileges she'll get to enjoy as a citizen, such as voting, and is grateful to her father for helping her on her pathway to citizenship.
Posted 02/15/2019 10:56AM
The College of Coastal Georgia hosted a ribbon-cutting ceremony to officially open its new office space for the Financial Aid Department.
Posted 02/14/2019 12:57PM
The 1968-1969 Brunswick Junior College Buccaneer men's basketball will celebrate its 50th reunion during the College of Coastal Georgia's homecoming weekend on Saturday, February 16. The 1968-1969 team was an all-freshman basketball team. They held the record for defensive play, keeping their opponents' average at 68.8 points, and earned a .500 season. They played against teams from Georgia Southern University, Georgia Military College, Brewton-Parker College, and Daytona State College, formerly Daytona Beach Junior College.
Posted 02/11/2019 03:34PM
The College of Coastal Georgia hosted the first annual Coastal Scholars Showcase, where faculty presented their work for colleagues, students, and community members.
Posted 02/07/2019 03:08PM
U.S. News & World Report just named the College of Coastal Georgia the No. 1 most affordable College in the nation for out-of-state students taking online courses. To read the complete story, visit U.S. News & World Report's website at forward slash higher hyphen education.
Posted 02/04/2019 02:43PM
The College of Coastal Georgia will showcase the work of faculty members at the Coastal Scholars Showcase. The showcase gives faculty and staff an opportunity to present their scholarship to colleagues, students, and community members. Faculty members continue to contribute to their field of study through research, creative expressions, published work, and collaboration with others to form new ideas.
Posted 01/29/2019 03:20PM
Dr. Colleen Knight, chair for the Department of Natural Sciences and associate professor of chemistry at the College of Coastal Georgia, will perform in the musical comedy "Nunsense" directed by Josh Sinyard, February 1-3 at the Glynn Academy Auditorium. The proceeds from the production will go towards the Glynn Academy Players drama club. Knight talks about her love for the theatre and how art and science are the perfect match.
Posted 01/23/2019 05:35PM
College of Coastal Georgia men's basketball coach Jesse Watkins had planned all along for the Mariners coaches to participate in the Coaches vs. Cancer Suits and Sneakers program this week. And, the Coastal Georgia coaches will indeed do that on Thursday as they plan to help the National Association of Basketball Coaches and the American Cancer Society raise awareness for cancer and also help raise money for continued cancer research. For more information on Coaches vs. Cancer, click here.
Posted 01/08/2019 08:35AM
Dr. Ian Easton, assistant professor of health informatics and healthcare administration at the College of Coastal Georgia, was recently recognized as a Distinguished Leader by the Medical Group Management Association - American College of Medical Practice Executives. Easton talks about his time with the MGMA-ACMPE and the kind of knowledge he shares with students at the College.
Posted 12/17/2018 01:41PM
The College of Coastal Georgia awarded degrees to 130 new graduates at its fall commencement ceremony Friday. Mackenzie Trammell, who graduated with a bachelor of science in interdisciplinary studies, issued the charge to her fellow graduates. Coastal Georgia President Michelle Johnston delivered the graduation address to her first class of graduates.
Posted 12/14/2018 10:50AM
Connie Hiott, academic affairs specialist at the College of Coastal Georgia, loves Disney World. Her love of Disney has spilled over from her home into her office space where she decorates for the holidays with the help of Mickey, Minnie, and other Disney characters. Hiott loves to see the smile on people's faces when they see her decorations.
Posted 12/14/2018 09:55AM
Olivia Husted, a senior at the College of coastal Georgia, participated in a Research Experience for Undergraduate summer program earlier this year through the University of Tennessee. She was assigned to a project with a graduate student researching microbiology in ice-covered areas, and made the trip to Mount Baker in Washington State to samples of bacteria in the snow.
Posted 12/12/2018 04:26PM
International exchange students at the College of Coastal Georgia share their experience with living on campus, learning about the Golden Isles community, and seeing American culture.
Posted 11/26/2018 04:14PM
College of Coastal Georgia senior Sheri Goss will be graduating with a bachelor's degree in general business this December. Her journey to earning her degree has been "untraditional " but along the way, she's discovered how she can motivate youth and help those in need have a better life.
Posted 11/13/2018 03:10PM
Tyler Bagwell, associate professor of Speech Communications at the College of Coastal Georgia, filmed a documentary on the Wanderer, the luxury yacht that covertly transported captives in 1858 from the Congo River to Jekyll Island, Georgia.
Posted 11/07/2018 03:19PM
The College of Coastal Georgia will host events for Ethics Awareness Week, November 11-16, to highlight the University System of Georgia's and the College's ethical culture and core values. Federal Law Enforcement Training Center Director Thomas Walters will give an address on ethical leadership, on Thursday November 15 at the Stembler Theater, starting at 10 a.m.
Posted 11/06/2018 03:59PM
The Office of International Education will be hosting International Education Week November 12-16 at both the Brunswick campus and Camden Center.
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