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As the team’s athletic trainer, Karla Wessels, Assistant Professor of Kinesiology and Director of Georgetown College’s Athletic Training Program, was on the sidelines when the USA women’s wheelchair basketball squad brought home the gold at the recently-completed Paralympics in Rio de Janeiro. Going undefeated and receiving the gold after defeating Germany 62-45 was the […]
Georgetown College has been named one of five host schools for the inaugural Lt. Governor’s Entrepreneurship Challenge (LGEC) taking place in April 2017. Detailed information and application are available online. http://www.kylgec.com/
The regional competitions of the LGEC are open to any high school student teams – public, private, or homeschool – who submit their intent […]
SongFest. Brunches in the Quad. The Distinguished Alumni luncheon. Tailgating. A Tigers victory. These were highlights of the many activities that were part of Homecoming 2016 at Georgetown College Oct. 7-8 as alumni and their families returned to campus to visit with former classmates, long-standing friends, faculty, and staff.
Eight campus residence hall groups took […]
Georgetown College’s Wilson Fine Arts Gallery currently features an exhibit of works by Christian Rieben, the title of which is “Heroic Painting.” It is on display through November 4.
Rieben received his BA from the University of California, Santa Cruz, and his MFA at the School of the Art Institute of Chicago, He has taught […]
Ben Rawlins, director of library services at Georgetown College, and Michele Ruth, collection development and acquisitions librarian, were recently honored by the Kentucky Library Association (KLA). Awards were presented during the annual joint conference of KLA and the Kentucky Association of School Librarians (KASL) which was held in Louisville.
Mr. Rawlins, who became library services […]