Monthly Archives: January 2007

Security Studies: Georgetown College Adds New Program Combining Liberal Arts Courses With Emphasis on Understanding Trends, Challenges in Today’s World

A good, broad liberal arts background has long been valued for giving depth and richness to students embarking on any career. Now, Georgetown College has developed an interdisciplinary major and minor – Security Studies – that will point them down a number of career paths especially relevant in today’s […]

By |January 31st, 2007|News|Comments Off

English Professor’s Poetry Award No ‘Meager’ Accomplishment

Though this is his last semester at Georgetown College, W.T. Pfefferle’s life journey is far from over. Having recently won the 2006 Stevens Poetry Manuscript competition, the English professor’s “The Meager Life and Modest Times of Pop Thorndale” was one of 171 submissions from throughout the United States.

And though […]

By |January 31st, 2007|News|Comments Off

Alum and Psychology Professor Wins Curry Award

Georgetown College Psychology professor Susan Bell, a 1975 alum, received The Curry Award for Faculty Excellence from President Bill Crouch and Provost Rosemary Allen at Tuesday’s Founder’s Day (Jan. 23).

During her years as department chair, Dr. Bell oversaw a full curriculum revision and solicited grant funds to improve […]

By |January 26th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Founder’s Day Speaker to Give Glimpse of College’s Early Days

Founder’s Day speaker Eric Fruge marks the oldest vestige of Georgetown College, the Hawkings Family graveyard – between Cooke Memorial hall and Jackson Street. Etching on the oldest stones are no longer legible, but probably date back to 1798 when Rittenhouse Academy was formed on the college grounds. […]

By |January 18th, 2007|News|Comments Off

Music Faculty Take Center Stage

On Sunday, Jan. 28, members of the Georgetown College music faculty will be in the spotlight instead of the students they teach. The annual “Faculty Showcase Recital,” a free concert, will take place at 3 p.m. in John L. Hill Chapel on campus.

The program shall include works by Bach, Britten, […]

By |January 11th, 2007|News|Comments Off