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Robert Terrell, Jr., a native of Corbin and a 1955 graduate of Georgetown College, has been inducted into the Kentucky Veterans Hall of Fame. He received a Hall of Fame Medallion.
The event was held Sept. 17 in Frankfort. It was the third since the organization was founded two years ago and recognized 24 men […]
Two members of the Georgetown College education faculty have been elected to leadership positions with the Kentucky Association of Teacher Educators (KATE). Andrea Peach, professor of education and associate dean of graduate education, is president-elect. Jane Arrington, an associate professor of education, is the newly-elected secretary. Voting was held during KATE’s annual conference on Sept. […]
Jennifer Kennedy, a Spanish teacher at Southern Elementary in Lexington who earned a bachelor’s degree and a master’s in education from Georgetown College, is one of two teachers in the Fayette County Public Schools (FCPS) to receive statewide recognition during the Kentucky World Language Association’s fall conference, which ran Sept. 15-17 in Louisville. She […]
The Woman’s Association of Georgetown College (WAGC) has awarded five scholarships to female students, valued at up to $1,500 each, for the 2016-17 academic year. Winners were announced at the September WAGC dinner meeting.
Recipients, pictured left to right with Georgetown College First Lady and WAGC program chair Carolyn Greene, second from left, are Jordan […]
Health care in the U.S. and in Kentucky is of interest to all citizens of the Commonwealth. Students heard of its many challenges Tuesday (Sept. 20) from one who is in the know, alumnus Mark D. Birdwhistell, Class of 1977, currently Vice President, Health Affairs for UK HealthCare at the University of Kentucky. His […]