The shape of Christianity in the world today will be explored during a forthcoming conference on campus. “World Without End: The New Shape of World Christianity” is the theme for the two-day conference scheduled for Thurs, Jan. 26 and Fri, Jan. 27. It is hosted by Georgetown College’s Center for Christian Discernment and Academic […]
Jennifer L. Price, Ph.D., Associate Professor of Psychology, has received the Kentucky Psychological Association’s Schuster Advocacy Award. It was presented during the KPA’s annual meeting which was held in Louisville.
The award winner is selected by Dr. Sheila Schuster, a long-time psychology advocate, to recognize the recipient’s commitment to the promotion of the profession of […]
Georgetown College’s Graduate Education program is again ranked among America’s best online master’s in education degree programs by U.S. News and World Report.
In rankings released Jan. 10, (http://www.usnews.com/education/online-education/georgetown-college-156745) Georgetown College is number 72 out of nearly 200 ranked U.S. colleges and universities. No other private school in Kentucky is ranked higher. The ranking […]
The Georgetown College family gathers for the Founders’ Day Convocation every January to observe the College’s founding in 1829 and to formally begin the spring semester. Founders’ Day brings together current students, faculty, staff, and local community members to honor the school’s rich history, recognize faculty excellence, and salute and honor outstanding alumni and […]
Alumnus Alex Caudill has been named the executive director of the Henderson Area Arts Alliance in his hometown of Henderson, Ky. The 2016 graduate of Georgetown College holds a Bachelor of Arts degree in political science with a minor in theater and film.
“Alex brings demonstrated organizational abilities, excellent communication skills and a love of the […]