Monthly Archives: March 2011

Presidential appointee, noted church-state expert to deliver annual lectureship on religious liberty

Melissa Rogers, a church-state expert recognized as someone “politicians will call on when they get serious about addressing an important public policy issue,” will deliver the annual Walter B. and Kay W. Shurden Lectures on Religious Liberty and Separation of Church and State April 4-5 at Georgetown College. […]

By |March 30th, 2011|News|Comments Off

Noteworthy Series Finale a Classic German Art Song

This Wednesday the Georgetown College Department of Music presents a rare opportunity for area audiences: a professional performance of Die Schone Mullerin by Franz Schubert. This free concert by Dr. David Sievers (tenor) and John Benjamin (piano) rounds out the very successful, inaugural season of “Noteworthy: A Faculty and Guest Artist Concert Series.” […]

By |March 22nd, 2011|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Graduate Education Offers New Online Cohort Program for Masters in Teacher Leadership

Ashley Anderson ’05, Graduate & Alumni Associate

Graduate students in the new online Teacher Leader Master’s Cohorts program will soon be able to take courses in the comfort of their homes while receiving the individualized faculty attention and strong peer support network for which Georgetown College is known. This program will begin in Fall 2011 and will provide the option of completing the program as a member of a close-knit online professional community (cohort) with a maximum of 20 students. […]

By |March 22nd, 2011|News|Comments Off

Spring Phi Kappa Phi Inductions Scheduled

Georgetown College’s Phi Kappa Phi chapter has invited eleven graduating seniors, twenty-four juniors and nine staff and newly-tenured faculty to become members of one of the oldest and most prestigious national honor societies. The initiation ceremony is set for Sunday, March 27, at 3 p.m. in John L. Hill Chapel, followed by a reception in the Hall of Fame Room of Cralle Student Center. […]

By |March 11th, 2011|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off

Rucker Village Construction to Stir Great Memories & Create New Ones for Some Top-Notch Students

News is that Georgetown College is building for the future – the first new student housing in years! – while honoring the past. The name of the complex, Rucker Village, is certain to evoke warm memories for many senior alumni and help create new ones for the 84 students who will live there.

“As soon as we received the go-ahead for new housing I knew it had to have the name ‘Rucker’,” said President Bill Crouch, who knows how magical the right name can be (see below for naming opportunities). “And, I wanted the word ‘Village’ for how we want students to feel at Georgetown College – a sense of nurturing and community.” […]

By |March 9th, 2011|News, Uncategorized|Comments Off