Join the GHC Book Club for a special reading event in the GHC Cartersville Library! December 13, 4pm- story time for ages Pre-K through 3rd grade, crafts, door prizes, food and more! The club is also taking donations of children’s book. Boxes are in the Cartersville & Floyd Libraries through December 8.
Below are the recordings of the Native American Heritage Month Speaker Series. We still have one more after the break, so be on the lookout in your GHC email for info! Gregorio Kishketon: The Transition from Native Lands to Service Benny Polacca: The Osage Murders Dr. Tomasina Chupco: Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women Mary Crowe: […]
Don’t miss out on two NAHM speakers this week! Tuesday, Nov. 8 2pm, via Zoom. Benny Polacca: The Osage Murders Zoom link: https://highlands.zoom.us/j/94790606198 Passcode: ghc Wednesday, Nov. 9, 10:30am, Marietta Site & via Zoom. Dr. Tomasina Chupco: Murdered & Missing Indigenous Women Zoom link: https://highlands.zoom.us/j/97951013312 Passcode: ghc
Join GHC Tuesday, Nov. 8 2pm via Zoom for reporter Benny Polacca’s discussion on his coverage of the Osage Murders. Zoom link: https://highlands.zoom.us/j/94790606198 Passcode: ghc
If you missed the presentation by Gregorio Kishketon yesterday, you can watch the recording here. You can also check out Student Engagement’s catalog of presentations by going to our recordings page.
If you missed the Charge Into Leadership conference but still want to see some of the sessions, recordings of 3 of the sessions are linked below. You can also find photos from the event here, courtesy of Jeff Brown and Brian Armstrong. Keynote Speaker, George Mitchell Women in Leadership Panel Entrepreneurship Panel
Honor Hispanic Heritage & LGBTQ+ Month with a special presentation by Dr. Rafael Ocasio, professor of Spanish at Agnes Scott College: The Dissidence of Reinaldo Arenas: Queering Literature, Politics, and the Activist Curriculum Wednesday, Oct. 19, 2pm via Zoom Zoom link here. Passcode: ghc
Join us for the 2nd annual Charge Into Leadership Conference! Friday, October 14, 9am-3pm, Cartersville Campus. FREE to all students Breakout sessions include GHC faculty, nationally recognized entrepreneurs and a Women in Leadership roundtable featuring GHC administration. There will also be a speaker panel featuring entrepreneurs from around the country, including Matt Friedman, H.A.N.K. Music […]
Author William Walsh will be reading from his novel Lakewood Wednesday, Sep. 21 at 12:30pm in the Library at the Cartersville Campus. He will conduct a writing workshop afterward at 2pm. Both events will be streamed live via Zoom for those who can’t attend in person. Reading Zoom link, passcode: walsh Writing Workshop Zoom link, […]
If you were unable to make the panel discussion with Drs. Bontrager and Blankenship on Why We Vote, the recording is available here.