College of Coastal Georgia News

Posted 07/15/2019 02:24PM
With significant talent on the faculty and staff, the College of Coastal Georgia did not have to look far for its newest deans and vice president. On July 1, Dr. Andrea Wallace, Dr. Lydia Watkins, and Mrs. Michelle Ham assumed new roles at the College as Dean of Arts and Sciences; Southeast Georgia Health System Distinguished Dean of the School of Nursing and Health Sciences; and Vice President for Business Affairs respectively.
Posted 07/15/2019 02:22PM
In June, the College of Coastal Georgia welcomed James M. "Jamie" Bessette, APR onboard as Vice President for Advancement. Bessette brings to the College leadership experience in both development and marketing, having served as Vice President of Enrollment Management & Marketing at the University of Rio Grande, Vice President for Marketing and Communications at the University of Charleston (W.V.), and Director of Advancement Services at the University of Montevallo.
Posted 07/11/2019 01:27PM
The Sea Island Property Owners Association [SIPOA} granted scholarships to deserving students attending the College of Coastal Georgia through its new SIPOA Scholars Program. The recipients will were recognized in a special ceremony in the College's Huie-Wilcox Gallery
Posted 07/10/2019 09:05AM
The Department of Nursing will host a pediatric assessment training workshop entitled, "Everything You Wanted to Know About Pediatric Physical Assessment and Communication Techniques for the Public Health Nurse" on Thursday July 11 and July 25 on the College's campus.Beverly Rowe, RN, MSN, CNE, associate professor of nursing in the College's Associate of Science in Nursing program, will be leading the workshop.
Posted 07/08/2019 01:02PM
Mariners men's basketball player Jonathan Canada talks about his love for playing basketball at the College and the lessons he's learned along the way.
Posted 07/05/2019 08:17AM
Niki Schmauch, coordinator of Academic Services for the College of Coastal Georgia's Academic Tutoring and Instruction Center, was recognized for her contribution to the third edition of the Course-Based Learning Assistance Best Practice Guidelines, which guides peer student programs at college campuses across the United States and abroad.
Posted 06/27/2019 10:00AM
Jeri Guyette,the science laboratory coordinator for the College of Coastal Georgia's Camden Center and an alum of the College, just launched her new cosmetics line Vintage Vixen Cosmetics™, LLC, and fulfilling a longtime dream.
Posted 06/26/2019 12:00PM
Posted 06/25/2019 09:07AM
Students at the College of Coastal Georgia will show off their culinary skills and food knowledge at the 6th Annual CHEM 1100 Cook-Off to benefit America's Second Harvest Food Bank. The cook-off will be held Wednesday, June 26, starting at 11:00 a.m. at the College's Campus Center. The event is open to the public, who can sample students' dishes.
Posted 06/17/2019 03:53PM
The Phi Beta Delta Honor Society for international scholars recently presented its 2019 Edward S. Blankenship Outstanding Staff Award to Dr. James Lynch, senior international officer and director of institutional effectiveness at the College of Coastal Georgia. Lynch was recognized for of his leadership and work with the Theta Iota Chapter of Phi Beta Delta at the College.
Posted 06/05/2019 10:30AM
The College of Coastal Georgia now has bleeding control kits to prevent uncontrolled bleeding in case of an emergency thanks to a "Stop the Bleed" event hosted by nursing students at the College.
Posted 06/03/2019 04:49PM
College of Coastal Georgia golfer Mark David Johnson was presented with the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award at Murfield Village Golf Club. ohnson became the first Coastal Georgia golfer to win the NAIA individual crown when he prevailed in a three-man sudden-death playoff by making a birdie on the first playoff hole. The Coastal Georgia senior helped the Mariners to a runner-up finish as a team at Las Sendas Golf Club in Mesa, Ariz., giving them their fourth top-five finish in the last six NAIA national championship tournaments. Coastal Georgia won back-to-back national team titles in the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
Posted 06/03/2019 10:22AM
College of Coastal Georgia golfer Mark David Johnson was presented with the Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award in a ceremony at Murfield Village Golf Club. Johnson, who won this year's NAIA individual national championship, was one of five collegiate golfers receiving the Nicklaus Award as the top player in the various divisions within college golf.
Posted 05/31/2019 11:04AM
The College of Coastal Georgia recognized the accomplishments of approximately 280 graduates on Saturday, May 11 at the 54th Spring Commencement.
Posted 05/23/2019 11:28AM
College administrators signed a memorandum of understanding with King and Prince Seafood Corporation to provide access to higher education to current employees.
Posted 05/17/2019 03:54PM
Two of the five finalists named for the 2019 NJCAA Jack Nicklaus National Player of the Year Award presented by Barbasol are members of the Mariners Men's Golf team. Coastal Georgia's Mark David Johnson and Eli Scott are finalists for the award, which will be presented on May 30 at Muirfield Village Golf Club in Dublin, Ohio. The award will be presented by the award's namesake, golf legend Jack Nicklaus.
Posted 05/09/2019 10:00AM
On Friday, May 10, the Department of Nursing and Health Sciences at the College of Coastal Georgia will host its annual pinning ceremonies and honor society inductions.
Posted 05/09/2019 09:07AM
The College of Coastal Georgia will celebrate the 50th graduating classes of the Associate of Science in Nursing (ASN) and Associate of Radiologic Sciences programs this May. Both the ASN and radiologic science majors have been fixtures of the institution from its days as Brunswick Junior College to its current identity as the four-year College of Coastal Georgia.
Posted 05/09/2019 08:41AM
College of Coastal Georgia Dual Enrollment students Hailey Wilkerson, Morgan Dunn, and Bailey Harvey have been accepted to the College for Fall 2019. Each will major in nursing and have earned enough credits through Dual Enrollment to be considered a junior in college.
Posted 05/07/2019 09:50AM
College of Coastal Georgia senior Kalia Lippencott discovered her leadership qualities as she became more involved on campus. Lippencott shares her experiences of being on campus and the benefits of having a support system at the College.
Posted 05/06/2019 02:44PM
The criminal justice program at Coastal Georgia is one the College's fastest growing degrees. Housed within the School of Business and Public Management, the program continues to evolve and benefits from the real-world experience of its instructors.
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