• Wednesday, March 1, 2017

    • Express MLA & Quote Integration Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      Using sources in your essay is more than just plunking in a quote from a website. This workshop teaches you how to seamlessly integrate quotes in your writing and avoid plagiarism using MLA citation rules. 

       
       
    • Pre-Nursing Informational Time: 11:00a - 1:00p Location: Building A Lobby Details:

      Have questions about the Pre-Nursing Major? Come by our information table to get your questions answered.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B Atrium near Einstein's Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. in the Building B Atrium near Einstein's. 

       
       
  • Thursday, March 2, 2017

    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
    • Express APA & Quote Integration Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      Using sources in your essay is more than just plunking in a quote from a website. This workshop teaches you how to seamlessly integrate quotes in your writing and avoid plagiarism using APA citation rules.

       
       
    • Grizzly Growl Speaker Series: International Women's Day Celebration Time: 2:00p - 4:00p Location: LVIS (Large Venue Interactive Space), Building E Details:

      The Grizzly Growl Speaker Series focuses on the four pillars of GGC (Scholarship, Leadership, Service, and creativity) by hosting provocative speakers from a wide variety of backgrounds and multiple perspectives.

      International Women's Day (IWD), originally called International Working
      Women's Day, is celebrated on March 8 every year. In different regions the focus of the celebrations ranges from general celebration of respect, appreciation and love towards women for their economic, political and social achievements.

      GGC is proud to host Karen Portaleo. Before jumping into the culinary world, she created props and sets for advertising, with a client list that includes Neiman Marcus, Nordstrom, Target, Maybelline, and Nestle Chocolate. She has a Bachelor’s Degree in Fine Art, and was represented by Ferrin Gallery, where she was able to show her clay work among her idols in the art world.

      She grew up in bakeries in south Florida, where her grandfather was a pastry chef. Combining this history with her background in art has been a seamless although unexpected evolution.

      Karen has appeared on Food Network's "Cake Challenge" four times, "Halloween
      Wars" and "Cake Wars", winning all but one. She also hosts her own show, called "Caketastrophe" on Food Network. Her work can be seen in National Geographic's "Strange But True", Wild Art by Phaedon Press, as well as various publications and websites worldwide. Her client list includes Sir Elton John, Usher, Jane Lynch, T-Pain, Demi Moore, Andrew Young, Kasim Reed, Kate's Club, AMC's The Walking Dead, The Cartoon Network, Coca Cola, Delta Airlines, Turner Broadcasting, CNN, The Georgia Aquarium, Zoo Atlanta, The Atlanta Opera, Georgia Public Broadcasting, The Center for Puppetry Arts, The W Hotel, and Westin Hotels.

      Karen spends much of her time teaching Cake Art internationally, and has taught in more than 18 countries, with new locations added every year. Teaching has become a passion, and she travels quite frequently to give classes, demonstrations, or to make appearances at events.

       
       
    • Pre-Nursing Seminar Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Building H - 2231 Details:

      Learn more about the Nursing major at GGC. 

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
  • Friday, March 3, 2017

    • Faculty and Staff Wellness Fair Time: 12:00p - 3:00p Location: LVIS (Large Venue Interactive Space), Building E Details:

      Meet health and wellness vendors, enjoy demonstrations, giveaways, and learn more about the upcoming USG Walking Challenge. 

      Vendors include:

      • Gwinnett Medical Center
      • YMCA
      • U48 Fitness
      • Live Healthy Gwinnett
      • Blue Cross Blue Shield
      • Brand Bank
      • Brand Bank Mortgage
      • Wells Fargo
      • Board of Regents
      • AdvoCare
      • Big Peach Run Co.
      • Starling Orthodontics
      • Weight Watchers @ Work
      • Kaiser Permanente
      • Gwinnett Fire Department
      • University System of Georgia
      • GGC Human Resources
      • GGC Payroll & Benefits
      • GGC Wellness and Recreation Center
      • GGC Emergency Services


      For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis.

       
       
  • Monday, March 6, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
  • Tuesday, March 7, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
  • Wednesday, March 8, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B Atrium near Einstein's Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. in the Building B Atrium near Einstein's. 

       
       
  • Thursday, March 9, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
  • Friday, March 10, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
  • Saturday, March 11, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
  • Sunday, March 12, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
  • Monday, March 13, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Analyzing a Journal Article Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      Navigating through the details of journal articles can be a daunting task, but there are ways to read them for maximum comprehension and analysis. The "Analyzing a Journal Article" workshop will give students strategies to help them understand and analyze these reports better.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
  • Tuesday, March 14, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Candy Land Your Way to Success Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      In this presentation you will learn an interactive way to link a goal to reality. You will "Candy Land Your Way to Success" by visualizing the action steps to achieve your goals, progress towards the goal and, addressing obstacles that may arise.

       
       
    • Faculty and Staff Wellness: ? What is the USG Health Trails Walking Challenge? Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B, 1275 Details:

      Got questions about the walking challenge before you commit to it for 6 weeks?  Bring your questions to this informal Q&A session and meet the Wellness Matters Committee.

      Reserve your spot here

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
  • Wednesday, March 15, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • 2017 Day of Giving Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Support GGC during our annual Day of Giving. To make a gift, go to http://dayofgiving.ggc.edu anytime between 12 am and 11:59 p.m. Wednesday, March 15, 2017.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Unwrapping the Unit Circle Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      This workshop will explain the unit circle. It provides the angles in radius and degrees and shows you how to evaluate sin, cos, and tau. If you have difficulty remembering them, students will learn unit circle songs and hand tricks.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B Atrium near Einstein's Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. in the Building B Atrium near Einstein's. 

       
       
  • Thursday, March 16, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • 2017 Spring Career Fair Time: 12:00p - 3:00p Location: LVIS (Large Venue Interactive Space), Building E Details:

      Please join Career Development and Advising for the 3rd Annual GGC Career Fair on March 16th from 12 to 3 p.m., in LVIS in the student center. We will have more than 40 companies recruiting for full time employment and internship positions. The fair is open to ALL Georgia Gwinnett Students and Alumni, no registration is necessary!

      Make sure to bring several copies of your resume. Professional dress is required. If you need attire to attend the career fair, please visit the Career Development and Advising office in Building E, 2130 or call 678.407.5702 to inquire about our professional dress lending closet!

      Learn more. 

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
    • Academic Tone: How to convert how you talk into what you want to say in an essay. Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      Academic Tone: How to convert how you talk into what you want to say in an essay. 

       
       
    • Faculty and Staff Wellness: Five Questions You Should Answer Before You Retire Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B, 1275 Details:

      Hosted by Wells Fargo, learn to identity obstacles to retirement planning, learn about when to take social security, and assess if you are on track with your individual plan. No matter where you are in your career, you can benefit from this seminar. 

      Reserve your spot here

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
  • Friday, March 17, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Walking Challenge Registration Employee Walking Challenge Registration Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Registration is now open for the 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge. The Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Register today. For more information, contact Elizabeth Davis

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
  • Saturday, March 18, 2017

    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Crime Scene Investigation Squad, an ASF Program Time: 10:00a - 12:00p Location: Allied Health and Sciences, Building H Details:

      GGC is excited to host Crime Scene Investigation Squad, an ASF Program.

      Two events will run simultaneously:

      Young Forensics: This program is meant for the younger problem solvers. There will be a variety of activities divided for the very young, from crawlers to toddlers (about 3 years) and also for the "big kids" ages 5-12. Young investigators will piece together evidence left behind to determine how the "evidence" comes together to solve the puzzle. This program is meant to let the younger siblings have fun outside. Participants may get messy! 

      Crime Scene Investigation Squad (older kids and teenagers): Like to watch crime-solving TV like NCIS, Bones, or CSI? Want to get in on the action and solve a 'crime' yourself? Then join the Crime Scene Investigation Squad! First, you'll visit a mock crime scene to collect some evidence. Next, you'll take it to the CSIS forensics lab and analyze your samples and connect the potential perpetrator to the crime. Finally, you'll present your 'expert' evidence to the investigators so an arrest can be made.

      Contact Mia Malloy for more information. 

       
       
  • Sunday, March 19, 2017

    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
  • Monday, March 20, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Naming Chemical Compounds for CHEM 1211 & 1151 Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      In this workshop, you will learn how to name ionic and covalent compounds and acids using a “foldable."

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
  • Tuesday, March 21, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • How to Communicate with Professors Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      In this interactive workshop, modeled after a game of soccer, you will practice effective strategies for communicating with your professors via email, telephone, text message, as well as face-to-face. We will also explore the short and long-term benefits of good communication with GGC faculty. 

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
    • Local Meeting of American Chemical Society Time: 6:30p - 9:30p Location: Heritage Room, Kaufman Library Details:

      The Georgia Gwinnett College Chemistry Discipline is pleased to host the March meeting of the Georgia Local Section of the American Chemical Society on Tuesday, March 21, 2017. Our speaker is Dr. Amanda Stockton of Georgia Tech; her topic will be "Life, the Universe, and Microfluidics: Analytical Chemistry for Astrobiology's Big Questions".

      There will be a 'Meet and Mingle' at 6:30 p.m. Dinner ($35 regular, $25 retired, current ACS members and K-12 teachers, $15 students) will be served at 7:00 p.m. The speaker is scheduled for 8:00 p.m. The location is the Heritage Room, Daniel Kaufman Library (Bldg E). 

      RSVP by March 17, 2017.

      Email Dr. Ajay Mallia or contact by phone 678-407-5602 for more information.

       
       
    • Tipsy Tuesdays Kayaking Time: 6:30p - 9:00p Location: Wellness and Recreation Center, Building F Details:

      Come join us Tuesday evenings at the WRC pool for free kayak roll sessions from 6:30pm to 9:00pm.

       
       
  • Wednesday, March 22, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Dissecting Writing Assignments Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      Is understanding your writing prompt like reading a foreign language? This workshops helps you to understand the key elements and phrases in a writing assignment, which helps you unlock the mystery of what your professor really wants you to write about.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B Atrium near Einstein's Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. in the Building B Atrium near Einstein's. 

       
       
    • Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga Time: 5:30p - 6:30p Location: Wellness and Recreation Center, Building F Details:

      Join us for Stand Up Paddle-board Yoga in the GGC pool at the WRC from 5:30 to 6:30 every Wednesday evening.

       
       
  • Thursday, March 23, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
    • HR Learning and Development Monthly Learning Series Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B, 1600 Details:

      Join GGC Human Resources and Gwinnett Medical Center representatives and learn how to manage your stress at the March HR Learning and Development event.

      Register now. 

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
    • Using the Correct Verb Tense Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      The workshop focuses on using verb tenses correctly in writing. It is a comprehensive review of verb tenses with tips to avoid common mistakes. 

       
       
    • Thursday Night Climbing Time: 6:00p - 9:00p Location: Stone Summit Details:

      Come indoor rock climbing at Stone Summit every Thursday from 6:00 to 9:00. If you want a ride, a van will depart at 5:30 from the WRC (van sign-up starts every Thursday morning in the OA office). This event is FREE to all GGC Students. 

       
       
  • Friday, March 24, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Lectures by a Fulbright Scholar | Laboratoire of Illiberalism? Radical right wing populism in Central Eastern Europe Time: 12:00p - 1:00p Location: Cisco Auditorium, Building C Details:

      Fulbright Visiting Scholar Péter Kréko from Hungary will be presenting the following lectures:

      Laboratoire of Illiberalism? Radical right wing populism in Central Eastern Europe
      March 24, 2017 
      12-12:50 PM

      Strange bedfellows: The Radical Right and Russia
      March 24, 2017 
      1-1:50 PM
       

       
       
    • Lectures by a Fulbright Scholar | Strange Bedfellows: The Radical Right and Russia Time: 1:00p - 2:00p Location: Cisco Auditorium, Building C Details:

      Fulbright Visiting Scholar Péter Kréko from Hungary will be presenting the following lectures:

      Laboratoire of Illiberalism? Radical right wing populism in Central Eastern Europe
      March 24, 2017 
      12-12:50 p.m.

      Strange Bedfellows: The Radical Right and Russia
      March 24, 2017 
      1-1:50 p.m.
       

       
       
  • Saturday, March 25, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Community Math Tournament Time: 8:30a - 1:00p Location: Campus-wide Details:

      On Saturday, March 25, GGC will host a math tournament for students in first through eighth grade. Register now through March 19 at https://ggcmathcomp2017.eventbrite.com.

       
       
    • HOGAR Workshop Time: 12:00p - 2:00p Location: Building D, 1401 Details:

      We invite students and their parents to learn more about admission, scholarships, and how to be a competitive student. The workshops are conducted in Spanish, and everyone is welcome to attend.

      The Hispanic Organization for Growth, Advancement and Retention (HOGAR) is committed to bringing the Hispanic community at GGC together to provide resources and a voice to parents and students for their success.

      For more information, contact Dr. Luis Mora, 678.682.5659
      www.facebook.com/HOGARggc

       
       
       
  • Sunday, March 26, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
  • Monday, March 27, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Back on Track! Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      Why does a 2.0 matter? This workshop will explore the importance of understanding GGC’s academic policies, identify strategies to improve your academic performance, and understand college resources available to help you succeed.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
  • Tuesday, March 28, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Math Exam Preparation Strategies Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      This workshop will cover useful fundamentals and tips to be successful in the preparation of taking Math Exams. 

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
    • Tipsy Tuesdays Kayaking Time: 6:30p - 9:00p Location: Wellness and Recreation Center, Building F Details:

      Come join us Tuesday evenings at the WRC pool for free kayak roll sessions from 6:30pm to 9:00pm.

       
       
  • Wednesday, March 29, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Quantitative Concepts Time: 11:00a - 12:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      Fractions :(    Percentages :(    This workshop will help students taking Math 0987, 0989, and 1001. It will focus on fractions and percentages using real world contexts.

      Host: Julia Sweat

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Building B Atrium near Einstein's Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Wednesday from 1-3 p.m. in the Building B Atrium near Einstein's. 

       
       
    • Stand Up Paddleboard Yoga Time: 5:30p - 6:30p Location: Wellness and Recreation Center, Building F Details:

      Join us for Stand Up Paddle-board Yoga in the GGC pool at the WRC from 5:30 to 6:30 every Wednesday evening.

       
       
  • Thursday, March 30, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 1:00p - 3:00p Location: Kaufman Library, Building L - Second Floor near Reference Desk Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Monday and Thursday in the Kaufman Library, second floor near the Reference Desk.

       
       
    • How to Organize a Research Paper Time: 2:00p - 3:00p Location: Academic Enhancement Center, C-G360 Details:

      The purpose of this workshop is to help students develop their ideas for research projects assignments, offer guidance on how to conduct research and finally prepare outlines to guide their writing.  Students attending are encouraged to bring actual class assignments with them to the workshop.

       
       
    • Tutors Across Campus: Math and Writing Tutoring Spring Schedule Time: 2:00p - 3:30p Location: Building A, Room 1710 Details:

      Get the support you need in math and writing each Tuesday and Thursday in Building A, room 1710. 

       
       
    • Thursday Night Climbing Time: 6:00p - 9:00p Location: Stone Summit Details:

      Come indoor rock climbing at Stone Summit every Thursday from 6:00 to 9:00. If you want a ride, a van will depart at 5:30 from the WRC (van sign-up starts every Thursday morning in the OA office). This event is FREE to all GGC Students. 

       
       
  • Friday, March 31, 2017

    • USG Health Trails Employee Walking Challenge Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      The 2017 USG Health Trails Walking Challenge is open to all GGC benefit-eligible employees, and offers a fun way to log steps, water consumption, and kindness. GGC walkers will compete against other USG institutions and the winning school will be provided lunch and receive the USG Well-being Trophy. 

       Participants can:

      • Take advantage of a $44 Fitbit subsidy. This is available only for employees who do not currently own a tracking device and haven’t previously received a USG Fitbit subsidy.
      • Participate with a team
        • Teams consist of 4 to 10 members (team leader and at least 3 others).
        • Participants can be a member of only 1 team.
        • Once they join a team, they may not switch to another team.
        • The individual who starts the team is the team leader.

      Don’t miss your chance to have fun and learn – while improving mood, stress, and energy level. Already registered? Log your progress.

       
       
    • Wordstock Poetry Festival - Call for Submissions Time: All Day Location: Campus-wide Details:

      Are you interested in reading your poetry for the Wordstock Poetry Festival? Let us know who you are and what you plan to read. Registration is open to all GGC students, faculty, and staff!

      Sign up now.

      The Wordstock Poetry Festival takes place Tuesday, April 4th, 2:00-3:30 p.m. in the Library Heritage Lecture Room, 3rd Floor.

      Guidelines:
      You must present poetry or prose poetry that is your original work. There will be a time limit of 5 minutes for each reader, though you do not necessarily have to fill the allotted time (if we have time at the end you may read more). Readers will be assigned a time frame to read based on availability. Please indicate if there is time you cannot attend.