• Monday, February 1, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
  • Tuesday, February 2, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Wednesday, February 3, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • How to Secure an Internship Workshop Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      How do you secure an internship? Hear from Career Development, the internship program manager and advisers on how to search and secure an internship in your major.

      Find more information in ClawLink, powered by Handshake.

       
       
    • SBA All About Business Education Seminar Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      Do you understand the role of general education and business education in your career? There are many types and manners of receiving an education.

      This session, brought to you by the School of Business, will help you understand how each form of education can move you forward in your career path.

      More information available on Handshake.

       
       
  • Thursday, February 4, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • BHM: Black History Month Kickoff Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Student Center, Second Floor Lounge Details:

      Join GGC's Diversity and Inclusion Ambassadors for a Black History Month kick-off! At this event, students will learn more about the events planned for the month, as well as have the opportunity to win prizes.

      All COVID-19 precautions will be taken to ensure the safety of all participants. For more information, contact Tiffany Smith, assistant director of student involvement, at tsmith147@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • BHM: Black Student Union General Body Meeting Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Thinking about becoming a member of the Black Student Union? Join the virtual general body meeting to learn more about the organization and its role on campus. All students are welcome.

      Email Autumn Green to RSVP at agreen36@ggc.edu.

       
       
  • Friday, February 5, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • SES Data-sharing Tour – The Ways Gender and Sexuality Matter and Shape the College Classroom Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      Hosted by Student Engagement and Success. Presented by Dr. Marni Brown, associate professor of sociology.

      Join through Microsoft Teams

      Join by phone

      • Dial 470.737.4072
      • Enter Conference ID: 537 910 574#
       
       
  • Saturday, February 6, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Sunday, February 7, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Monday, February 8, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • SBA Resume and Cover Letter Workshop Session 101 Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      Join the School of Business for some valuable insights on how to start your resume and/or cover letter. 

      More information available on Handshake.

       
       
  • Tuesday, February 9, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • Connecting the Dots: Resumes and Linkedin Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      How does your resume translate to a Linkedin profile? Join this workshop hosted by the Career Development and Advising Center to help you connect the dots. 

      Find more information in ClawLink, powered by Handshake.

       
       
    • Grizzly Student Success Stories: Session 1 Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      Grizzly Student Success Stories, a weekly student speaker series brought to you by Student Engagement and Success, will highlight two GGC students who have pursued and achieved success throughout their college career. A question and answer period will follow their presentations.

      Today's session features Flynn Heathcliff, a senior cinema and media arts major, and Ngan Nguyen, a junior biology major.

      Join session.

       
       
  • Wednesday, February 10, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • Mid-term Grades Due (Session A) Time: All Day Locations: Campus-wide Details:

      Mid-term grades for Session A classes are due by tonight at midnight. View the full academic calendar.

       
       
    • BHM: Healing Circles GGC – Black Mental Health Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Share your thoughts with other like-minded individuals during this virtual healing circle regarding the mental health of the African American community. 

      Healing circles are an opportunity to come together and support individuals in their quests for healing and growth. RSVP today.

       
       
    • BHM: Teachers as Activists – Narratives of the Civil Rights Movement Time: 3:30pm - 5:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      In celebration of Black History Month, the School of Education is hosting guest speaker Dr. Derrick P. Alridge, director of The Center for Race and Public Education in the South at the University of Virginia.

      Dr. Alridge's talk, titled Teachers as Activists: Narratives of the Civil Rights Movement, will be presented via Zoom.

      Join presentation.

       
       
  • Thursday, February 11, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • BHM: Student Reading Circle – James Baldwin Time: 12:30pm - 2:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      In celebration of Black History Month, the School of Education is hosting a student reading circle of the James Baldwin essay If Black English Isn’t a Language, Tell Me, What Is?

      Join Student Reading Circle.

       
       
    • Healthy Relationship Workshop – How Do I Feel Loved? Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      Join the Office of Wellness Programming and Obria Medical Clinic for our series on Healthy Relationships. This workshop's topic is "How Do I Feel Loved?" 

      Join workshop.

       
       
    • GOLD Leadership #BeWell Series: Principles of Successful Dream Pursuits Time: 3:00pm - 4:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      The Office of Student Involvement and the Student Center invite students to participate in the first GOLD Leadership Series of the semester.

      "Principles of Successful Dream Pursuits" will feature guest presenter Joseph Johnston. Johnston is a motivational speaker and author who will facilitate a conversation on how to effectively navigate professional desires even when existing in a "new normal." Students will have the opportunity to engage and explore helpful techniques along side their peers.

      For more information about this event, visit GetInvolved.ggc.edu or contact SISC staff at getinvolved@ggc.edu.

       
       
  • Friday, February 12, 2021

  • Saturday, February 13, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Sunday, February 14, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Monday, February 15, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • GGC Celebrates Sustainability Week Time: All Day Locations: Various Details:

      Celebrate Sustainability Week at GGC!

      All week: Plant-based diet

      • Information about sustainable food and eating a plant-based diet will be available in the Dining Hall

      Monday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.: Tree Campus USA Celebration

      Tuesday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.: Community Engagement: Growing New Champions for Your Urban Forest webinar

      Wednesday, Feb. 17, 12–1 p.m.: Voices for Animals: Environment and Modern Agriculture webinar

      Friday, Feb. 18, 10 a.m.: Tree planting.

      • In honor of Arbor Day, members of GGC's Sustainability Committee will plant 20 apple trees at the campus micro farm, located next to the H parking lot. 
      • The micro farm is a student-led campus space where volunteers grow vegetables using organic farming techniques.
      • It is a cooperative effort between Student Involvement and the Student Center, the GGC Sustainability Committee, and the Environmental Science major that provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to serve the community while learning about sustainable agricultural practices.
      • All food grown in the Microfarm is donated to the Lawrenceville Cooperative Food Bank.
      • Volunteer at the GGC Microfarm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 11a.m.–1 p.m.

      For more information, contact Dr. Elizabeth Sudduth at esudduth@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • Tree Campus USA Celebration Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm Locations: Building E, Dining Hall Details:

      Did you know the Georgia Gwinnett College campus has been awarded the Tree Campus USA designation for three consecutive years? This program helps colleges and universities establish and sustain healthy community forests.

      In celebration of this award, members of the Sustainability Committee will be passing out cake in the dining hall on February 15. Stop by and grab a slice!

       
       
  • Tuesday, February 16, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • GGC Celebrates Sustainability Week Time: All Day Locations: Various Details:

      Celebrate Sustainability Week at GGC!

      All week: Plant-based diet

      • Information about sustainable food and eating a plant-based diet will be available in the Dining Hall

      Monday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.: Tree Campus USA Celebration

      Tuesday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.: Community Engagement: Growing New Champions for Your Urban Forest webinar

      Wednesday, Feb. 17, 12–1 p.m.: Voices for Animals: Environment and Modern Agriculture webinar

      Friday, Feb. 18, 10 a.m.: Tree planting.

      • In honor of Arbor Day, members of GGC's Sustainability Committee will plant 20 apple trees at the campus micro farm, located next to the H parking lot. 
      • The micro farm is a student-led campus space where volunteers grow vegetables using organic farming techniques.
      • It is a cooperative effort between Student Involvement and the Student Center, the GGC Sustainability Committee, and the Environmental Science major that provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to serve the community while learning about sustainable agricultural practices.
      • All food grown in the Microfarm is donated to the Lawrenceville Cooperative Food Bank.
      • Volunteer at the GGC Microfarm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 11a.m.–1 p.m.

      For more information, contact Dr. Elizabeth Sudduth at esudduth@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • Employer Recruitment Table – Jackson & Coker, Next Generation Focus Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Virtually meet with recruiters from Jackson & Coker, as well as Next Generation Focus, to learn about internship and service learning opportunities.

      Brought to you by the Career Development and Advising Center.

      Register in ClawLink, powered by Handshake.

       
       
    • SBA Nonprofit Sector Panel Discussion Time: 11:00am - 12:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      Interested in serving the public? Learn about careers in the nonprofit sector and gain valuable insight from several industry professionals during this panel discussion brought to you by the School of Business.

      More information available on Handshake.

       
       
    • Pharmacy School Interest Meeting – Mercer University School of Pharmacy Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      Are you interested in attending pharmacy school after graduation? This virtual interest meeting, brought to you by GGC's Pharmacy Club, will feature representatives from Mercer University's School of Pharmacy.

      For more information, email Leesa Durham at sdurham4@ggc.edu

      Join meeting.

       
       
    • SBA Economics Concentration Preview Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      Are you pursuing or interested in pursuing Economics? This session, brought to you by the School of Business, will feature a concentration overview, real world insight from working professionals and a question and answer period.

      More information available on Handshake.

       
       
  • Wednesday, February 17, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • GGC Celebrates Sustainability Week Time: All Day Locations: Various Details:

      Celebrate Sustainability Week at GGC!

      All week: Plant-based diet

      • Information about sustainable food and eating a plant-based diet will be available in the Dining Hall

      Monday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.: Tree Campus USA Celebration

      Tuesday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.: Community Engagement: Growing New Champions for Your Urban Forest webinar

      Wednesday, Feb. 17, 12–1 p.m.: Voices for Animals: Environment and Modern Agriculture webinar

      Friday, Feb. 18, 10 a.m.: Tree planting.

      • In honor of Arbor Day, members of GGC's Sustainability Committee will plant 20 apple trees at the campus micro farm, located next to the H parking lot. 
      • The micro farm is a student-led campus space where volunteers grow vegetables using organic farming techniques.
      • It is a cooperative effort between Student Involvement and the Student Center, the GGC Sustainability Committee, and the Environmental Science major that provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to serve the community while learning about sustainable agricultural practices.
      • All food grown in the Microfarm is donated to the Lawrenceville Cooperative Food Bank.
      • Volunteer at the GGC Microfarm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 11a.m.–1 p.m.

      For more information, contact Dr. Elizabeth Sudduth at esudduth@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • Getting Hired: Job Search Essentials Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Learn how to effectively tailor your job search and get hired! Hosted by the Career Development and Advising Center.

      Find more information in ClawLink, powered by Handshake.

       
       
    • LGBTQ+ February Book Club Meeting Time: 5:00pm - 6:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      Meet virtually with like-minded people for an evening discussing books that are important to the LGBTQ+ community! During our February meeting, we'll be discussing Felix Ever After by Kacen Callender.

      Free copies are available in the Academic Enhancement Center on Mondays, Tuesdays and Thursdays from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m..

      Please email Buddy Shay, Writing Coordinator for the AEC, at tshay@ggc.edu for more information and for a link to the event.

       
       
  • Thursday, February 18, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • GGC Celebrates Sustainability Week Time: All Day Locations: Various Details:

      Celebrate Sustainability Week at GGC!

      All week: Plant-based diet

      • Information about sustainable food and eating a plant-based diet will be available in the Dining Hall

      Monday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.: Tree Campus USA Celebration

      Tuesday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.: Community Engagement: Growing New Champions for Your Urban Forest webinar

      Wednesday, Feb. 17, 12–1 p.m.: Voices for Animals: Environment and Modern Agriculture webinar

      Friday, Feb. 18, 10 a.m.: Tree planting.

      • In honor of Arbor Day, members of GGC's Sustainability Committee will plant 20 apple trees at the campus micro farm, located next to the H parking lot. 
      • The micro farm is a student-led campus space where volunteers grow vegetables using organic farming techniques.
      • It is a cooperative effort between Student Involvement and the Student Center, the GGC Sustainability Committee, and the Environmental Science major that provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to serve the community while learning about sustainable agricultural practices.
      • All food grown in the Microfarm is donated to the Lawrenceville Cooperative Food Bank.
      • Volunteer at the GGC Microfarm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 11a.m.–1 p.m.

      For more information, contact Dr. Elizabeth Sudduth at esudduth@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • Employer Recruitment Table – Chick-Fil-A Time: 11:00am - 1:00pm Locations: Clawlink Details:

      Looking for a part-time job? Virtually meet with recruiters from Chick-Fil-A to learn about part-time employment opportunities.

      Brought to you by the Career Development and Advising Center.

      Register in ClawLink, powered by Handshake.

       
       
    • Life After GGC Alumni Workshop Series – Dream Job to Career Reality Time: 12:30pm - 2:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Do you have a job search plan? How about short term and long term goals? Join the Career Development and Advising Center to learn job search techniques and how to set yourself up for career success. For alumni only.

      Register to attend in Clawlink, Powered by Handshake.

       
       
    • BHM: Sexuality and the Black Community Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The Black Student Union (BSU) and Faces of Gender and Sexuality (FOGS), two registered student organizations at GGC, are collaborating in a Black History Month discussion about how sexuality intersects with identity in the Black community. 

      Join discussion.

       
       
    • BHM: Teaching Equity and Inclusiveness During Challenging Times Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      In celebration of Black History Month, the School of Education, in collaboration with the African American Studies Minor and the Black Student Union, is hosting guest speaker Casey Bethel, an educator, scientist and mentor.

      Bethel, a 2017 Georgia Teacher of the Year, will be giving a talk titled I. Can. Breathe. Teaching Equity and Inclusiveness During Challenging Times. 

      Join discussion.

       
       
    • SBA Graduate School Panel Discussion Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details: Interested in earning a master’s degree? Come learn about more about graduate school options and gain valuable insight from several School of Business alumni in various graduate school programs. More information available on Handshake.
       
       
    • BHM: Documentary Screening 1 – "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" Time: 3:30pm - 5:30pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Learn more about GGC's African American studies minor and virtually screen the documentary "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am," which examines the life and works of the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. 

      RSVP today.

      For more information, contact Tiffany Smith, assistant director of student involvement, at tsmith147@ggc.edu.

       
       
  • Friday, February 19, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • GGC Celebrates Sustainability Week Time: All Day Locations: Various Details:

      Celebrate Sustainability Week at GGC!

      All week: Plant-based diet

      • Information about sustainable food and eating a plant-based diet will be available in the Dining Hall

      Monday, Feb. 15, 11 a.m.–1 p.m.: Tree Campus USA Celebration

      Tuesday, Feb. 16, 10 a.m.–1 p.m.: Community Engagement: Growing New Champions for Your Urban Forest webinar

      Wednesday, Feb. 17, 12–1 p.m.: Voices for Animals: Environment and Modern Agriculture webinar

      Friday, Feb. 18, 10 a.m.: Tree planting.

      • In honor of Arbor Day, members of GGC's Sustainability Committee will plant 20 apple trees at the campus micro farm, located next to the H parking lot. 
      • The micro farm is a student-led campus space where volunteers grow vegetables using organic farming techniques.
      • It is a cooperative effort between Student Involvement and the Student Center, the GGC Sustainability Committee, and the Environmental Science major that provides an opportunity for students, faculty, and staff to serve the community while learning about sustainable agricultural practices.
      • All food grown in the Microfarm is donated to the Lawrenceville Cooperative Food Bank.
      • Volunteer at the GGC Microfarm on Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays: 11a.m.–1 p.m.

      For more information, contact Dr. Elizabeth Sudduth at esudduth@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • SBA Mock Interview Day Time: All Day Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      Join the School of Business for Mock Interview Day and gain interviewing experience by meeting face-to-face with real employers.

      During the interview, the employers will provide feedback on resumes, interview responses and overall impressions. RSVP required through Handshake.

       
       
    • Arbor Day Celebration Time: 10:00am - 10:30am Locations: GGC Microfarm Details: In honor of Arbor Day, members of GGC's Sustainability Committee will plant 20 apple trees at the campus micro farm. All are welcome!
       
       
    • BHM: Walking the Talk – The Road Towards an Antiracist Education Time: 10:00am - 12:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      Join the School of Education for the faculty and student panel Walking the Talk – The Road Towards an Antiracist Education.

      Join panel.

       
       
    • SES Data-sharing Tour – Data-driven Decision-making in Nursing Time: 1:00pm - 2:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details:

      Presented by Dr. Sharon Grason, director of nursing. Hosted by Student Engagement and Success.

      Join through Microsoft Teams

      Join by phone

      • Dial 470.737.4072
      • Enter Conference ID: 330 950 340#
       
       
  • Saturday, February 20, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Sunday, February 21, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Monday, February 22, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
  • Tuesday, February 23, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • Getting to (re)Know SPOL 4.6 with Academic Assessment Time: 2:00pm - Thu. 2/25 3:30pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Academic Assessment will provide orientation overviews of Strategic Planning Online 4.6, the college’s platform for securing program assessment data, on the days below:

      • Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2-3:30 p.m.
      • Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2-3:30 p.m.
      • Thursday, Feb. 25, 10-11:30 a.m.

      This is a valuable professional development opportunity for seasoned faculty assessment leaders who feel they would like a refresher on who should work in the SPOL platform, and for people new to program assessment who want to learn about assessment processes, analysis and reporting.

      If you are interested in attending one of these sessions, please email your date and time to Tom Lilly, director of Academic Assessment, at tlilly@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • Alternative Careers in Healthcare Panel Time: 2:00pm - 3:30pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      There are many careers in healthcare besides being a doctor or nurse.

      If you are interested in a career in a healthcare field, GGC’s Pre-health Advisory Committee and the Career Development & Advising Center invite you to the virtual Alternative Careers in Healthcare panel. 

      The panelists are current healthcare professionals who will discuss their careers as:

      • registered dietitians
      • occupational therapists
      • clinical exercise physiologists
      • recreation therapists

      Please register in advance.

       
       
    • Grizzly Student Success Stories: Session 2 Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      Grizzly Student Success Stories, a weekly student speaker series brought to you by Student Engagement and Success, will highlight two GGC students who have pursued and achieved success throughout their college career. A question and answer period will follow their presentations.

      Today's session features Katherine Camayo, a sophomore biochemistry major, and Luis Montanez, a junior cinema and media arts major.

      Join session.

       
       
    • SBA Professional Conversations Workshop Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details: Are your soft skills up to speed? This session by the School of Business will dive deep into how to have professional conversations with others that have a lasting impact and can create opportunities. More information available on Handshake.
       
       
  • Wednesday, February 24, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Center for Teaching Excellence – February Events Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      The mission of Georgia Gwinnett College's Center for Teaching Excellence is to provide programming that promotes the design and implementation of creative learning environments. Below are a list of events that occur in February:

      • Getting Passive Students Involved and Learning
      • DLC: Intro to Video Editing with Adobe Premiere Rush
      • The Active, Engaged Classroom
      • Flipped Classrooms and Integrative Learning: Affecting Student Motivation
      • DLC: Teaching with Adobe Spark and Microsoft Sway

      Visit the CTE Events page for a list of events for the semester.

       
       
    • Getting to (re)Know SPOL 4.6 with Academic Assessment Time: All Day Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Academic Assessment will provide orientation overviews of Strategic Planning Online 4.6, the college’s platform for securing program assessment data, on the days below:

      • Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2-3:30 p.m.
      • Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2-3:30 p.m.
      • Thursday, Feb. 25, 10-11:30 a.m.

      This is a valuable professional development opportunity for seasoned faculty assessment leaders who feel they would like a refresher on who should work in the SPOL platform, and for people new to program assessment who want to learn about assessment processes, analysis and reporting.

      If you are interested in attending one of these sessions, please email your date and time to Tom Lilly, director of Academic Assessment, at tlilly@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • BHM: Practicing Anti-Racism in Your School Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Zoom Details:

      Join the School of Education for the Practicing Anti-Racism in Your School webinar.

      Join webinar.

       
       
  • Thursday, February 25, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
    • Getting to (re)Know SPOL 4.6 with Academic Assessment Time: Tue. 2/23 2:00pm - 3:30pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Academic Assessment will provide orientation overviews of Strategic Planning Online 4.6, the college’s platform for securing program assessment data, on the days below:

      • Tuesday, Feb. 23, 2-3:30 p.m.
      • Wednesday, Feb. 24, 2-3:30 p.m.
      • Thursday, Feb. 25, 10-11:30 a.m.

      This is a valuable professional development opportunity for seasoned faculty assessment leaders who feel they would like a refresher on who should work in the SPOL platform, and for people new to program assessment who want to learn about assessment processes, analysis and reporting.

      If you are interested in attending one of these sessions, please email your date and time to Tom Lilly, director of Academic Assessment, at tlilly@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • SBA Grizzly Speaker Series: Alumni Insight Program Session A Time: 12:00pm - 1:00pm Locations: Microsoft Teams Details: Come listen to an interview with a successful School of Business alumnus conducted by members of the SBA Torch Team. A brief question and answer period will follow. More information available on Handshake.
       
       
    • Career Navigation Series: Marketing Time: 2:00pm - 3:00pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Learn, network and ask questions of professionals in the marketing industry. Brought to you by the Career Development and Advising Center.

      RSVP required. Find more information in ClawLink, powered by Handshake.

       
       
    • BHM: Documentary Screening 2 – "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am" Time: 3:30pm - 5:30pm Locations: Virtual (Online) Details:

      Learn more about GGC's African American studies minor and virtually screen the documentary "Toni Morrison: The Pieces I Am," which examines the life and works of the Nobel and Pulitzer Prize-winning author. 

      RSVP today.

      For more information, contact Tiffany Smith, assistant director of student involvement, at tsmith147@ggc.edu.

       
       
    • BHM: Film Screening – The Photograph Time: 7:00pm - 9:00pm Locations: Residence Life Courtyard Details:

      Join the Greenlight Activities Board for a film screening of The Photograph, a romantic drama film released in 2020, starring Issa Rae and Lakeith Stanfield.

      All COVID-19 precautions will be taken to ensure the safety of all participants. For more information, contact Tiffany Smith, assistant director of student involvement, at tsmith147@ggc.edu.

       
       
  • Friday, February 26, 2021

    • Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program – Call for Volunteers Time: All Day Locations: Other Details:

      Become a volunteer for the Grizzlies Serve Siblings Program with Big Brothers/Big Sisters of Atlanta!

      Volunteer Grizzlies are required to be 21 and over, so juniors and seniors, as well as faculty and staff, are encouraged to sign up!

      You can also learn more about the program during a virtual Lunch and Learn. Register here.

       
       
  • Saturday, February 27, 2021

    • BHM: February Service Saturday – Lawrenceville Co-op Time: 10:00am - 1:00pm Locations: Off Campus Details:

      Join Grizzlies Serve at the Lawrenceville Cooperative Ministries for Service Saturday. Today's event is also part of the Black History Month list of events.

      Due to social distancing guidelines, the number of volunteers is limited and transportation is not provided. Please register by February 23. This event is eligible for service hour(s) credit.