Georgetown College students are prepared to succeed. Our graduates are doing good and meaningful work all across the world. The success stories below are exemplary of the caliber of graduates that Georgetown College produces.
Dr. Keith Jerome, Class of ‘85 – who’s doing some of the most significant research on HIV/AIDS in the world – was featured in the Summer/Fall 2011 issue of Insights (GC’s alumni magazine). In April 2012, the Seattle-based research scientist returned to his alma mater to deliver the Hatfield Lecture as well as meet and inspire Georgetown College science majors to succeed.
In September 2012, Dr. Jerome happily updated us that he had been promoted to full professor at the University of Washington (where he heads the Virology Division) and that he continues to find balance in his life by passionately playing in an amateur baseball league. He also encourages science majors and prospective GC students to follow his research team’s progress at www.defeathiv.org.
Jennifer Watson, Alumna of Georgetown College Graduate Education, Now Teaching in Kenya
Last fall, the Teacher Leader Master of Arts program at Georgetown College moved all of their courses online to meet the needs of our geographically diverse students in Kentucky. Little did we know that a current Teacher Leader student would actually use this new format to finish her program in another continent.