BB&T Business & Ethics Collection Speaks Volumes About Excellence

November 30, 2007

Strengthening a tradition of teaching students as the No. 1 priority, Georgetown College will dedicate The Branch Banking and Trust Business and Ethics Collection at noon Tuesday, Dec. 4 in the lobby of its Ensor Learning Resource Center. “This big,… Continue reading

Even the Props Aren’t What They Seem in Touring Production of Twelfth Night

November 21, 2007

By Jim Durham News Bureau Director In William Shakespeare’s comedies, often the secret lives of his characters aren’t always what they seem. “Definitely…Shakespeare could’ve written (ABC’s) Desperate Housewives with characters who aren’t what they appear on the surface,” said Jeremy… Continue reading

Arts Aplenty on Campus Until the Holidays

November 16, 2007

The Georgetown College campus is alive with arts activities – both performing and visual – from Nov. 15 through Dec. 9. And, even after the students go home for the holidays, visitors are welcome to take in our spectacular contemporary… Continue reading

Improving Educator Quality Grant Has Far-Reaching Potential

November 14, 2007

The $132,000 Georgetown College was awarded recently for providing a summer institute for approximately 30 middle and high school science teachers looms larger than any dollar amount. This Improving Educator Quality Grant – the first awarded by the Kentucky Council… Continue reading

Georgetown College, a Top Producer of Fulbright Award Recipients

Georgetown College is Kentucky’s top producer of Fulbright Awards for U.S. students in 2007-08, according to the Institute of International Education’s listing of “Top Producers” in the October 26, 2007, edition of The Chronicle of Higher Education. Georgetown is the… Continue reading

Chandra Emerson: 2008 Kentucky Teacher of the Year

November 13, 2007

Chandra Holloway Emerson, MA ’97, a language arts teacher at Oldham County Middle School, has been named 2008 Kentucky Teacher of the Year – the second product of Georgetown College’s Masters in Education program to be so honored in recent… Continue reading

Nada Loutfi’s All-Chopin Concert a MUST for Piano-Lovers

November 7, 2007

Lexington Philharmonic concertmaster Daniel Mason calls pianist Nada Loutfi “the consummate artist” and her all-Chopin recital at Georgetown College on Thursday night (Nov. 8) a Must See/Hear event for piano-lovers. “This is music that makes violinists like me green with… Continue reading

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