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Math Wizards: GC Students Tutor East St. Louis Students

Math Wizards: GC Students Tutor East St. Louis Students

November 10, 2014

Greenville College student Nate Wieland didn’t waste any time getting to work helping third-graders Antwan Strong and Demorion Bush with their math worksheet in Barbara Outten’s class at Officer Elementary School in East St. Louis.
Prioritizing Successful Outcomes: The Center for Career and Calling

Prioritizing Successful Outcomes: The Center for Career and Calling

November 05, 2014

Patrick Miller, associate dean for career and calling, recently oversaw the move of GC's career services from an easily overlooked space in the library to welcome exposure near campus-center in Snyder Hall.
An Early Homecoming for Edwin Estevez '94

An Early Homecoming for Edwin Estevez '94

October 31, 2014

July 1 marked Edwin’s official return to his alma mater as vice president for academic affairs and dean of faculty. Edwin counts his personal homecoming as a delight and privilege. The GC community counts it as a testament to its rich heritage of global reach.
Miller Lecture Series and Greenville Religion and Science Society to Host Dr. York

Miller Lecture Series and Greenville Religion and Science Society to Host Dr. York

October 29, 2014

Dr. Donald York will present at Greenville College on Nov. 5, hosted by the Miller Lecture Series and Greenville Religion and Science Society. York serves as the Horace B. Horton Professor of Astronomy, emeritus, at the University of Chicago. He will present a colloquium at 4:30 p.m. in Snyder 104.
Alumna Soprano Performs in World Premiere of Mayakovsky

Alumna Soprano Performs in World Premiere of Mayakovsky

October 27, 2014

Greenville College alumna Sarah (Coleman ’06) Toth enjoyed recent critical success for her performance in the well-received world premiere opera Mayakovsky by Michael Smetanin and Alison Croggon.
3D Printing Technology Provides Opportunities for New Life, Learning and Hope

3D Printing Technology Provides Opportunities for New Life, Learning and Hope

October 03, 2014

Alumni, students and faculty engage in 3D printing technology in exciting ways that bring hope to children with congenital heart disease, research opportunities and new life to celebrated sculptures.
GC Teacher Education Awarded National Accreditation

GC Teacher Education Awarded National Accreditation

September 09, 2014

The Greenville College School of Education recently received accreditation from the Teacher Education Accreditation Council (TEAC) for their traditional undergraduate, Undergraduate Teacher Education Partnership (UTEP) and Master of Arts in Education- Reading (MAE-R) programs.
Keeping the Wild In Wilderness - The Nation Celebrates Zahniser's Work

Keeping the Wild In Wilderness - The Nation Celebrates Zahniser's Work

September 03, 2014

September 3, 2014 marks the 50th anniversary of The Wilderness Act, a landmark legislation authored and championed by legendary GC alum Howard Zahniser ('28).
The Shape of Grace - Professor Heilmer's Sculpture Featured in National Sculpture Society Journal

The Shape of Grace - Professor Heilmer's Sculpture Featured in National Sculpture Society Journal

August 04, 2014

Several sculptures by Greenville College Art Department Chair and Associate Professor of Art Steve Heilmer are featured in the winter 2013 issue of Sculpture Review, a quarterly publication of the National Sculpture Society.
Naomi Brown '14 Awarded President's Citation

Naomi Brown '14 Awarded President's Citation

July 30, 2014

During Greenville College’s 2014 Commencement Ceremony on May 25, President Ivan Filby and Interim Vice President of Academic Affairs Dr. Bradley Shaw awarded the 2014 President’s Citation to Naomi Brown of Ashville, Ohio.
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