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  • GHC celebrates 50th anniversary year this fall

    Georgia Highlands College (GHC) is celebrating its 50th anniversary year this fall after opening in 1970 as Floyd Junior College. In fall 1970, Floyd Junior College opened in temporary offices in downtown Rome with the first college president David B. McCorkle leading 19 faculty members who taught 545 students. Soon after, in 1971, students were […]

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  • GHC student publications, TV station big part of the history of the college

    Georgia Highlands College is currently celebrating its 50th anniversary this fall. Since 1970, students, faculty, and staff at GHC (formerly Floyd Junior College and Floyd College) have worked to expand the college in a number of ways, including some long-standing areas in student publications and the Rome-based television station. From 1972 onward, two student publications […]

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  • GHC student’s undergraduate chemistry research receives national attention

    The chemistry research of Georgia Highlands College (GHC) Pre-Engineering Pathway student Muhammad Hanzala will soon be seen by a larger audience following its acceptance into the National Conference on Undergraduate Research (NCUR). Hanzala’s road from research to publication began during his Chemistry 1 class with Assistant Professor of Chemistry and Hanzala’s research advisor Erin Shufro. […]

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