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William Plumer Jacobs III

Posted in: News | January 27, 2015

The Presbyterian College family is mourning the loss of one of its own today: William Plumer Jacobs, III, affectionately known as “P3”to the PC community. Mr. Jacobs was the great-grandson of the founder of Presbyterian College and son of one of its presidents, William Plumer Jacob, II. As a 1940 alumnus of PC, “P3” was […]

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School of Pharmacy Presents First Research Symposium

Posted in: News | January 13, 2015

On January 10th, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s Office of Research presented the 1st Pharmacy Research Symposium. The research symposium included informational workshops on the School of Pharmacy’s research opportunities, over 10 scientific research seminars led by the School of Pharmacy faculty, as well as student podium and poster presentations. Three students were also awarded […]

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Dr. Terry Barr Publishes essay “Neither the Season, Nor the Time”

Posted in: News | January 13, 2015

It is often said that truth is stranger than fiction. Few recognize this fact better than Dr. Terry Barr, an English professor who has taught at Presbyterian College for nearly 30 years. Dr. Barr’s essay “Neither the Season, Nor the Time” which was published in the Belle Reve Literay Journal, explores the topics of irony, […]

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Crocker recognized for advocacy on behalf of injured workers

Posted in: News | January 12, 2015

In early December, honorary PC alumna Virginia “Ginger” Leaman Crocker was presented with the Injured Workers’ Advocates 2014 Friend of the Little Man Award. The Award recognizes a person for his or her continuous efforts to advocate for the rights of South Carolina workers injured on the job. This prestigious award was granted to her […]

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Rob and Linda Williams At PC

Posted in: News | January 9, 2015

ROB AND LINDA WILLIAMS TO APPEAR AT PRESBYTERIAN COLLEGE THURSDAY, FEBRUARY 12TH 7:30PM TICKETS: $3.00 IN ADVANCE OR AT THE DOOR   Rob and Linda Williams are coming to South Carolina for a single performance at Presbyterian College’s Edmunds Hall. The internationally-known performers have performed at “The Grand Old Opry,” on “Austin City Limits,” “Music […]

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First PC Pharmacy Research Symposium on January 10

Posted in: News | January 2, 2015

On January 10th, Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy’s Office of Research will present the 1st Pharmacy Research Symposium.  We are proud to offer our students the unique opportunity and privilege of hearing from two prominent individuals who have been nationally recognized for their research. The research symposium will also include informational workshops on Presbyterian College School of […]

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Tillirson ’87 To Take Helm At Thiele Kaolin

Posted in: News | December 10, 2014

Eric Tillirson graduated from Presbyterian College in 1987, where he received a bachelor of science degree in chemistry. Throughout his college career, Tillirson was involved in many organizations, a few of which include: Student Union Board, American Chemical Society, Kappa Alpha Fraternity, and serving as chairman of Judicial Council and as president of the Interfraternity […]

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Annual Fund Matching Gift Announced

Posted in: News | December 8, 2014

President Claude Lilly announced that a generous donor, who requests to remain anonymous, has pledged a significant matching gift challenge to encourage giving to the Presbyterian College Annual Fund. All new gifts to the Annual Fund during the month of December will be matched dollar for dollar by the donor. The Annual Fund provides resources […]

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New Music for Christmas at PC

Posted in: News | November 24, 2014

Christmas at PC is an annual series of concerts at PC presented during the first weekend of December.  All the college’s musical efforts are focused into producing one of the area’s finest and most meaningful Christmas events.  The program has frequently featured new music commissioned by the Department of Music at PC or composed specifically […]

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