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Following an extensive search, Georgetown College women’s basketball coach James Jackson found he did not have to look far for his new assistant. The Tigers welcome to the staff Kylee Gorby, a Leitchfield native and 2016 graduate of Asbury University.
“Kylee stood out to me from day one,” Jackson said. “Starting with our phone conversations […]
“The Team is assembled, the Garrett is opened, and the 2017 Summer Programs and Camps season officially begins.”
With that recent Tweet, Dr. Pete LaRue announced the start of Georgetown College’s Summer Programs and Camps (SP&C) season. LaRue is SP&C executive director. Garrett references the 3rd-floor office headquarters for SP&C in the Cooke Memorial building […]
Academically-motivated high school students are invited to apply for the Georgetown College Pre-college Academic Experience in Math and Science (PAEMS), a summer program scheduled for June 18 through June 30, 2017. All successful applicants will enjoy a college-like experience by living on campus in a dormitory that will be staffed by student resident assistants […]
Congratulations to the Georgetown College Class of 2017. Commencement was held on Saturday, May 13, 2017, on Giddings Lawn.
This listing also includes recipients of the Master of Arts in Education degree which was conferred as well.
BACHELOR OF ARTS
Brooklynn Alcorn, Georgetown, Kentucky; English/History; Honors Thesis: Queering Space in the Heterocentric Canon: The Alcorn Anthology […]
Scott County District 7 Magistrate David Livingston, a 1991 graduate of Georgetown College, was recently re-elected to the Kentucky Magistrates and Commissioners Association Board of Directors. This is Livingston’s third term on the Board of Directors.
Shelby County Magistrate and former KMCA President, Hubie Pollett administered the oath to the newly elected officers at the annual […]