The Tori Story

November 10, 2011

From: Tori Shover, junior Global Scholar

Click the link below to see what Tori’s been up to during her study abroad and travels in Spain!

The latest post can be seen here:

GSP Directional Sign

September 28, 2011

L to R
Row1: Amy Carrington, Ashley Hashampour, Katelyn Sallengs.
Row 2: Ashley Hewitt, Rachel Floyd.

Global Scholars:

September 25, 2011

All Global Scholars, please put this as your homepage.


BBC International “One-Minute World News.”

I encourage all students to check this site daily.

New Years…Jewish style

If you would like to learn more about how Jewish people celebrate New Year’s please join us as Erin DuBose talks about the holidays and traditions

When: Monday September 26th, 2011 at 5pm

Where: Hall of Fame room (Across from the Caf)

*Some snacks and drinks will be provided**

The Tori Story

Tori Shover, a Junior Global Scholar, is studying in Spain this fall semester. Tori writes, “I am studying at Antonio de Nebrija Universidad, and living with a host family in Madrid, Spain. I will be taking classes in Spanish and English to complete my Spanish minor.”

Tori has created a blog and the link is

The Tori Story

September 19, 2011

One of our current Global Scholars, junior Tori Shover, is studying abroad in Madrid, Spain this fall semester. She has created a blog. You can check it out below!

Great Quote for Global Scholars

July 15, 2011

map and passportA friend of mine recently shared a wonderful passage by Maya Angelou (Wouldn’t Take Nothing For My Journey Now, 1994). I hope it inspires you to head overseas!

Passports to Understanding
“Human beings are more alike than unalike, and what is true anywhere is true everywhere, yet I encourage travel to as many destinations as possible for the sake of education as well as pleasure.

It is necessary, especially for Americans, to see other lands and experience other cultures. The American, living in this vast country and able to traverse three thousand miles east to west using the same language, needs to hear languages as they collide in Europe, Africa and Asia.

A tourist, browsing in a Paris shop, eating in an Italian ristorante, or idling along a Hong Kong street, will encounter three to four languages as she negotiates the buying of a blouse, the paying of a check, or the choosing of a trinket. I do not mean to suggest that simply overhearing a foreign tongue adds to one’s understanding of a language. I do know, however, that being exposed to the existence of other languages increases the perception that the world is populated by people who not only speak differently from oneself but whose cultures and philosophies are other than one’s own.

Perhaps travel cannot prevent bigotry, but by demonstrating that all peoples cry, laugh, eat, worry and die, it can introduce the idea that if we try to understand each other, we may even become friends.”

Welcoming our new Global Scholars

June 20, 2011

Welcoming Scholars to campus on Scholars Day

Pictured from left to right – Amy Carrington (GSP Director), Courtney Marlow (Campbellsville), Catherine Shellburne (LaGrange), Sarah Carpenter (Berea), Ashley Hewitt (Georgetown) and Brittany Likens (Glasgow).

We are only 2 months away from welcoming our freshmen Global Scholars to Georgetown College! New Global Scholars will arrive on campus Saturday, August 20th. Move-in will begin at 1pm. A Family Picnic will follow at 5pm at the Meetinghouse.

On Sunday, August 21st, the Global Scholars will head out on GC’s Directions Pre-Orientation trip. We will return from Directions on Wednesday, August 24th for more GSP Orientation Activities.

Questions? Email or call Amy Carrington: or 502-863-8002

Ride Share board on MyGC

May 31, 2011

jose in convertableNeed a ride?
Looking for carpooling opportunities?
Willing to offer ride or hoping for company on a trip?
Check out the new Ride Share board on MyGC!

Go to: My GC > Departments > Student Life > Ride Sharing

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