Monthly Archives: August 2010

Hall of Fame Sports Journalist Billy Reed Named 2nd Georgetown College Executive Scholar-in-Residence

Georgetown College has added celebrated sports journalist William F. “Billy” Reed to its team.

The national award-winning newspaper and magazine journalist, radio talk show host and author becomes the College’s second Executive Scholar-in-Residence. Former Gov. Martha Layne Collins (D-KY) was Georgetown’s first in 1998 and continues to serve the College in […]

By |August 31st, 2010|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Seeing McGee’s ‘Digging for Diamonds’ Comedy/Thriller at KY Festival of New Plays in November is an All-Brainer!

George McGee wrote “Digging for Diamonds: A Phrenological Thriller” for himself. But, when it was selected last week as one of eight 10-minute plays for the 2nd annual Kentucky Festival of New Plays in November, the Georgetown College theatre professor was asked to direct his comedy/thriller as well.

Now that “Digging” was […]

By |August 23rd, 2010|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

GC Graduate Education Adds 3 New Programs

The biggest news at Georgetown College currently might be on the Graduate Education front with the introduction this summer of a Teacher Leader Master of Arts Program, A Rank I with Moderate to Severe Disabilities Program, and an Autism Spectrum Disorder Certificate Program.

The department is expecting considerable interest in these new […]

By |August 20th, 2010|News|Comments Off

New Foundations & Core Program, New Majors Have Future in Mind

This fall, Georgetown College is offering a new program, two new majors and a popular, new minor – all with an eye toward preparing students for future careers and the global community.

This fall we are introducing the Foundations and Core Program, our new approach to general education requirements. The new program […]

By |August 19th, 2010|News|Comments Off

Chad Ocho Cinco Soldiers for Giving

CINCINNATI, August 10, 2010

Photo by Benjamin S. Rossi
Ocho Cinco Soldiers for Giving of Cincinnati and Dayton are hosting their first Give Back event on Thursday, August 12th at Bengals training camp at Georgetown College. Ocho Cinco Soldiers will collect canned goods, gift cards and cash donations to benefit the A.M.E.N. […]

By |August 10th, 2010|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off