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Greenville alumni maintain their ties to the College in many ways. They connect with their classes or with the Greenville College Alumni Association (GCAA). Alumni of all ages follow the Greenville College and Greenville College Alumni Association pages on Facebook. They also follow @GCAlumni on Twitter. And alumni come together through the network of regional alumni associations across the country, or they meet and reconnect through events hosted by Greenville College or other alums, and events back at the College like Homecoming.

GC's alumni communities provide a wide range of opportunities for socializing, networking and travel, and contribute significantly to the rich alumni experience that defines Greenville.

 

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GC Student and Faculty Research Published in The Journal of Chemical Education

GC Student and Faculty Research Published in The Journal of Chemical Education

February 21, 2014

The American Chemical Society recently published an article co-authored by three student researchers, all veterans of the Greenville College Summer Science Research Experience.
GC Alumnus Publishes Second Book

GC Alumnus Publishes Second Book

February 18, 2014

Greenville College alumnus, Rod Tucker (’06, ‘09) published his second book, “Uncovered: The Truth About Honesty and Community.” Tucker’s book provides a refreshing challenge for church communities to be transformed through honesty: from fakeness into vulnerability, grace, humility and acceptance.
Greenville Religion and Science Society Hosts Dr. Matthew Hill

Greenville Religion and Science Society Hosts Dr. Matthew Hill

February 05, 2014

Dr. Matthew Hill will present at Greenville College on Feb. 19. There are two opportunities to hear Hill speak. He will speak at a chapel service at 9:30 a.m. in the Whitlock Music Center, and he will present a colloquium at 4 p.m. in Snyder Hall room 104. Hill’s colloquium presentation is “Connecting Two Truths: The Intersection of Evolutionary Biology and Wesleyan Theology.”