GHC holds ribbon cutting and guided tours of new STEAM building for campus, community

ribbon cutting - Isaac Johnson

From left, Jeff Davis, vice president of finances and administration, Dana Nichols, vice president for academic affairs, Todd Jones, vice president of student affairs, Leslie Johnson, Cartersville campus dean, Don Green, president of GHC, Steve Wrigley, chancellor of the University System of Georgia, Mary Transue, vice president of advancement, Danielle Griesemer, SGA president and Phillip Kimsey, director of plant operations, participate in ceremony. Photo by Isaac Johnson

The ribbon cutting ceremony for the  $22.5 million STEAM building was on Oct. 16 at 4 p.m.

GHC President Don Green welcomed the over 300 attendees to the ceremony.

The ceremony was followed by an open house reception on the second floor and guided tours of the STEAM building to all who attended.

The first floor of the new building will be used by the mathematics and computer science divisions. Divisions that have space on the second  floor include social science, business, education and humanities and the third floor houses health sciences, natural science and P.E.