Notables – Students/Alumni

group of GGC IT students and their instructors being recognized by the City of Lawrenceville for their win at the AITP National conference
GGC information technology students are recognized by the City of Lawrenceville for their win at the at the 2015 Association of Information Technology Professionals (AITP) National Collegiate Conference. Shown are Dr. Shuting Xu, Assistant Professor of Information Technology; Lawrenceville Mayor Judy Jordan Johnson; Aida Syrkett; Matt Berger; Dr. Lissa Pollacia, assistant dean and professor of information technology; Yury Park and Dr. Evelyn Brannock, assistant professor of information technology

Notables includes achievements, honors and other distinctions earned by Georgia Gwinnett College and the members of its extended community. This includes faculty, staff, administration, students and close associates of the college. Notables features recognitions spanning academics and scholarship, leadership positions, community service and involvement, individual achievements and other news of significance. Members of the GGC community may submit items using our Notables form. Notables is updated with the spring, summer and fall publication of Engage magazine and Engage Online.

Victor Fouche
Victor Camargo-Fouche, ’15, was awarded the college’s first Global Studies Certification at the 2015 spring commencement ceremony.

Gabrielle Costello
Gabrielle Costello, ’15, was the GGC recipient of the 2015 Georgia Board of Regents Academic Recognition Day Award.

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Te’ron Lindsey, ‘14, has been named to the National Society for Leadership and Success Presidents Advisory Council. He served as the GGC chapter’s charter president. Since the GGC chapter’s chartering in 2014, about 250 students have been inducted.

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Chris Walden, ’15, is the first and only student in GGC history to accumulate more than nine championships in intramural sports. As a player-coach he has recruited several students to participate in multiple intramural sports such as flag football, basketball, soccer and dodge ball. He also represented the college at the state level and hopes to earn several intramural state championships for GGC.

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Gihon Warner, ’16, won a poetry competition honoring the “Pursuit” mural in Building A and performed for his fellow students at the college’s Wordstock Poetry Festival.

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