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GC alumna, NKU Chase Student Advocate 1-0 in U.S. Sixth Circuit Court of Appeals

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – By the time Megan McKay stepped foot inside NKU Chase College of Law in August 2012, she already had her eye on the prize – to become a trial attorney. Yet since completing a battery of rigorous substantive legal courses, skills courses including trial team, and field placements with the Fayette […]

By |July 24th, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

Two GC faculty members among 42 to complete new Academic Leadership Academy

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Georgetown College faculty members Holly Barbaccia, Ph.D., Associate Professor of English, and Joy Bowers-Campbell, Ph.D., newly-appointed Dean of Education, are among 42 Fellows to recently complete the inaugural Bluegrass Academic Leadership Academy.

The Academy is a presidential initiative led by the 12 presidents of higher education institutions represented in the Bluegrass Higher […]

By |June 12th, 2014|Education, Featured, News|Comments Off

Women’s basketball adds two standout players for fall

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Women’s basketball has inked two standouts who will join the team in the fall.

Former Franklin County High School guard Ashli Mayes is transferring to GC from NCAA Division I Samford, while Shelby Beam from Arab, Ala.,  joins Coach Andrea McCloskey’s Georgetown Tigers as a true freshman.

The 5-foot-10 Mayes signed with Samford […]

By |June 5th, 2014|eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

Elementary, Middle School students explore “Robots in Motion” at summer Robot Camp

GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Campers at Georgetown College’s 2014 Robot Camp will use brand-new Lego EV3 robots to explore how robots are changing our world in concert with the theme, “Going, Going, Gone – Robots in Motion.”

Now in its eleventh year, the camp curriculum will investigate transportation-related robotics applications, such as the Mars Rover, Google’s […]

By |May 22nd, 2014|Education, eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off

GC alumna changes course, aids students in Appalachia through Teach for America

By: Tori Thompson (’12)

Barbourville, Ky. – At the end of her senior year at GC, Victoria Engelhardt had a difficult choice to make; she could study journalism at either of the top two journalism schools in the US, or she could join the Teach for America corps and work in Appalachia.

Although the Communication and […]

By |May 19th, 2014|Education, eNewsletter, Featured, News|Comments Off