Monthly Archives: April 2014

Georgetown College renewal plan sets course for future

Georgetown, Ky. – In a meeting late Monday, April 28, 2014, with faculty and staff, Georgetown College President, Dr. M. Dwaine Greene, announced further actions to be taken as part of a strategic renewal of the College.

Dr. Greene made clear that the deficit budget operations of recent years are to be decisively curtailed. He emphasized […]

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College Orchestra presents “Ragtime and All That Jazz” concert

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Ragtime burst onto the American musical scene in the 1890s, becoming the most popular form of dance and entertainment music up until World War I. The 1973 motion picture, “The Sting,” brought Ragtime back into popularity, and it has remained one of the most popular forms of music ever since.
 
To celebrate […]

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GC Team ready for Alltech Innovation Competition

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College will be one of 11 colleges and universities to participate in the 2nd Alltech Innovation Competition Saturday, April 26, at the Newtown Campus of Bluegrass Community and Technical College in Lexington.

This year Alltech is seeking a business plan to capitalize on innovation in Kentucky’s food and agriculture sectors. $20,000 in prizes […]

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Comer welcomes Georgetown College to Kentucky Proud Farm to Campus Program

GEORGETOWN, Ky. — Georgetown College became the seventh higher education institution in Kentucky to join the Kentucky Department of Agriculture’s Farm to Campus Program in a ceremony Friday at the Cralle Student Center on the GC campus.

“As a member of the Farm to Campus program, Georgetown College is making more local food available for […]

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Outstanding Student Leader Awards presented to two seniors

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Two graduating seniors have been selected from among nine nominees for Georgetown College’s coveted Outstanding Student Leader Award, presented annually at a ceremonial dinner by the Office of Student Life.

The Outstanding Student Leader Award recipients for 2014 are Aimee Kristin Davis and Dennis Andreasovich Propp.

Ms. Davis, a Psychology major with minors in […]

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