Monthly Archives: May 2011

Evans 1st African American VP Named at GC

The appointment of Brian Evans as Vice President for Diversity and Inclusion at Georgetown College, effective July 1, has been announced by President William H. Crouch, Jr. Evans becomes the first African American Vice President for the historically Baptist institution that will celebrate in 2012 its 225th anniversary of providing Christian education. He will […]

By |May 26th, 2011|eNewsletter, News|Comments Off

GC’s ‘Inmersión En Español’ is Unique

If you have already received your Winter-Spring Insights magazine, you know that GC may really be onto something with a twist on Spanish immersion. Inside Higher Education gave great coverage to Inmersion en Espanol today in an article with the headline “Socrates in Spanish.”

http://www.insidehighered.com/news/2011/05/24/liberal_arts_college_in_kentucky_experiments_with_spanish_language_immersion_program

Below  is an updated and expanded version of this story that […]

By |May 24th, 2011|eNewsletter, News|Comments Off

GC Faculty Tenure, Promotions Announced

 

Georgetown, KY — The Georgetown College Board of Trustees has approved Tenure and promotion to Associate Professor for Dr. Holly Barbaccia, English; Dr. Eric Carter, Sociology; Dr. Yolanda Carter, Education; Dr. Carrie Cook, English; Dr. Kristin Czarnecki, English; Dr. Melody D’Ambrosia Deprez, Graduate Education; Dr. Timothy M. Griffith, Biology; Dr. Heather Hunnicutt, Music; Dr. […]

By |May 23rd, 2011|News|Comments Off

Ed Smith Film ‘Deserves’ Your Support!

 

Here’s an update and longer version of the story that appeared in the just-published Insights magazine.

Film-maker Ed Smith won such raves from movie-lovers and at film festivals with “Surviving Guthrie” three years ago that he’s about to put a wrap on another. “Undeserved” is the title of a 40- to 50-minute faith-based project that’s […]

By |May 20th, 2011|eNewsletter, News|Comments Off

Commencement 2011 – You HAD to Love It!

Commencement 2011 will be memorable for the 244 Georgetown College seniors who walked on Saturday (May 14) if for no other reason than they received those precious diplomas in Davis-Reid Alumni Gym instead of on rain-soaked Giddings Lawn.

Perhaps they will remember that theirs was the first class to graduate from a Georgetown College that’s […]

By |May 18th, 2011|eNewsletter, News|Comments Off