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GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Students interested in the sciences benefit from the Georgetown College Program to Accelerate Learning in the Sciences (GCPALS). For example, participation in GCPALS prepared Abby Gates, Class of 2015, to present research earlier in the 2014-2015 school year at the American Society of Animal Science (ASAS) Southern Section Meeting in Atlanta.
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Lynne Switzer, who earned a Master of Arts degree in Secondary Education from Georgetown College, has been named Director of Student Services for Scott County Schools. Switzer comes to Scott County from Bourbon County Schools where she most recently held the positions of Director of Federal Programs and District Assessment Coordinator. Her experience […]
LOUISVILLE, Ky. – James Anthony “Tony” Parrott, class of 1985, has been named Executive Director of Louisville’s Metropolitan Sewer District. The announcement was made by Mayor Greg Fischer.
“Tony knows water and wastewater — from the moment it falls from the sky to the moment it’s treated and released back into the environment,” Fischer said […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – The first of three scheduled “Send Off” events for incoming students was held Tuesday, July 21, at Great American Ballpark in Cincinnati.
It was a great turnout with students and their families joined by alumni, faculty and friends of Georgetown College for a night of Reds baseball.
“We want to welcome new students and […]
GEORGETOWN, Ky. – Three Georgetown College football players have received preseason notoriety on the national level. Jake Blust, Tyler Brooks and Max Nuessbaum were all recently named 2015 USA College Football NAIA Preseason All-Americans.
Brooks, a senior offensive lineman, was named to the all-offensive first-team. Blust, a rising senior linebacker, and Nuessbaum, a rising junior […]