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Mark Birdwhistell, the UK HealthCare vice president for external affairs and administration, has been announced as the first presenter in the 2016-17 Business Administration and Economics Department’s Invited Speaker Series. Birdwhistell, a 1977 alumnus, will speak Sept. 20.
The Business Administration and Economics Department in cooperation with the Georgetown College chapter of Phi Beta Lambda sponsors […]
Guilherme A. Silva, associate professor of political science at Georgetown College, is one of the featured panelists for KET’s Kentucky Tonight program hosted by Bill Goodman at 8 p.m. The topic is U.S. Foreign Policy. Viewers are invited to Tweet @BillKET with questions (include your name and city or county).
“The American society should pay close attention […]
Baptist Seminary of Kentucky will continue to occupy classroom and office space on the Georgetown College campus. A three-year extension of the agreement was signed today by Georgetown College President M. Dwaine Greene and Dr. Everett McCorvey, Baptist Seminary of Kentucky board chairman.
BSK first moved from Lexington to the Georgetown College campus in 2010. […]
The Georgetown College Class of 2020 comprises the largest entering class in five years. As of Monday, Aug. 22, the first day of the fall term, there were 358 students in the entering class. This represents an increase of almost 10 percent over 2015 and is the fourth consecutive year the college has increased the entering […]
Teams comprised of faculty, staff, and upperclassmen were on hand Thursday morning to unload cars packed with residence hall materials during Georgetown College’s freshmen move-in event. Unloading of the hundreds of cars was quick and efficient. As they pulled up, they were greeted by a swarm of helpers who carried items to the dorm […]