Monthly Archives: May 2013

Governor’s School for Entrepreneurs to engage students in design, development, product marketing

GEORGETOWN, KY – Recently it was reported that a California teen has developed a super-capacitor that could lead to a 20- to 30-second phone charge. Then there was the story of a Louisville man who created Over, a very popular iPhone app which allows people to put text over photos.

That spirit of invention is […]

By |May 31st, 2013|Featured, News|Comments Off

Continuing Accreditation awarded GC’s Athletic Training Program

GEORGETOWN, KY – The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Educators (CAATE) has awarded Continuing Accreditation to Georgetown College’s Athletic Training Program.

“Your program has met all of the nationally-recognized Standards for the Accreditation of Professional Athletic Training Programs,” wrote R. Mark Laursen, President of CAATE, in a letter to Georgetown College President Bill Crouch, […]

By |May 24th, 2013|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

Horsey Hundred bicycle event returns Memorial weekend

GEORGETOWN, KY – Georgetown College is pleased to again serve as base site for the 36th annual Horsey Hundred, May 24-26, sponsored by Bluegrass Cycling Club.

Cyclists from all across the United States and Canada – as many as 1,500 – will headquarter in Georgetown to enjoy the beauty of springtime in the Bluegrass. Organizers […]

By |May 16th, 2013|Featured, News|Comments Off

Graduates move to life’s next phase

GEORGETOWN, KY – Emotions ran high on a cloudy and cool morning as family and friends gathered this past Saturday on the lawn of Giddings Hall to watch members of the Class of 2013 receive their undergraduate degrees. A ceremony marking the beginning of the next stage in life’s journey for over 260 students, it […]

By |May 14th, 2013|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

Baccalaureate gives students time to pause, reflect

GEORGETOWN, KY – Georgetown College’s Baccalaureate service held the evening before graduation offers a quieter, more intimate opportunity to pause and reflect on this rite of passage. Graduating seniors hear good advice from seasoned speakers and enjoy shared Biblical readings and messages in song. This year’s Baccalaureate speaker was Dr. John I. Durham, theologian […]

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