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Georgetown College students who have demonstrated leadership potential are participating in a new collaborative series launched Thursday (Jan. 19) by the school’s Bishop Scholars Program, the Graves Center for Calling & Career, and the Department of Athletics.
“Leadership in a Diverse Way” is the theme for the series. Limited to 40 invited students, it is […]
Georgetown College’s Foust Artist Series welcomes a return engagement of one of the greatest bands of all time, the Glenn Miller Orchestra, on Tuesday, March 28, in John L. Hill Chapel. This most popular and sought after big band for both concert and swing dance engagements will conclude the 34th annual Foust Artist Series […]
The Galleries at Georgetown College have two current exhibits. Both are open to the public, free of charge.
Artist Michael Nichols is exhibiting a showing entitled “Limelight” in the Cochenour Gallery of the Ensor Learning Resource Center (LRC). It continues through Feb. 17 and may be viewed during regular LRC hours. A reception and artist […]
The shape of Christianity in the world today will be explored during a forthcoming conference on the campus of Georgetown College. “World Without End: The New Shape of World Christianity” is the theme for the two-day conference featuring world-class scholars discussing issues related to church growth, immigration, and pluralism. Scheduled for Thurs, Jan. 26 […]
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 […]