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Pharmacy School Students and Faculty Publish Research

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy (PCSP) students, undergraduate PC students, and faculty had papers published in the most recent issue of the International Journal of Pharmacy Compounding (IJPC) publication. The research completed by both groups was funded by the PCSP Pharmacy Research Summer Interns (PRSI) program and a grant from the International Academy of Compounding Pharmacists. These […]

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Senior Art Exhibit

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Presbyterian College student Erin Connolly presented her artwork in an exhibit in Harper to many eager students and faculty at the beginning of March. A senior art major who also minors in art history, Connolly let her creativity shine in her showcase. Connolly admits feeling a bit anxious before the show opened. The pressure of […]

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Special Olympics at Presbyterian College is Our Motto in Motion

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Presbyterian College is hosting the Special Olympics March 27 in Bailey Memorial Stadium, with the goal of helping to improve the lives of those with mental disabilities. Today, around 200 million people worldwide suffer from over 250 mental disabilities. Of the 4.6 million American adults with mental disabilities, 92 percent live alone or with family […]

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Lynn Downie Nominated to Board of NECA

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Career counselor Lynn Downie was recently nominated to the board of National Employment Counseling Association. NECA (pronounced Neh-kah) is a nationally recognized program which certifies members for career counseling from K-12 to university and beyond. To attain certification, Downie was required to take classes and show hours of experience plus her background in this field. NECA […]

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Dr. Erin McAdams Exemplifies “Personally Committed to Your Success”

Posted in: News | March 23, 2015

Professor Fosters Mentorships with Students Who Wish to Excel and Explore the Field of Political Science. Dr. Erin McAdams joined the political science department at Presbyterian College in 2012. Before earning her Ph.D. from Ohio State University in 2009, she experienced the benefits of a small liberal arts college by attending Allegheny College for her […]

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Presbyterian College Hires New Director of Annual Giving

Posted in: News | March 5, 2015

Presbyterian College is proud to announce that Alex Scull has joined their advancement staff as the new director of annual giving effective Monday, March 2nd. As the director of annual giving, Scull will oversee the college’s annual giving programs such as the PC Fund for academics, the Scotsman Club for athletics and the Pharmacy Fund […]

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Presbyterian College Announces Newly Tenured Faculty

Posted in: News | March 5, 2015

Presbyterian College is proud to announce the granting of tenure and promotion to faculty members following the February 2015 Board of Trustees meeting. Dr. Kirk Nolan, who joined the Presbyterian College faculty in 2009, was granted tenure and promoted to associate professor in the Department of Religion and Philosophy. Nolan was ordained in the Presbyterian […]

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From the PC Stage to the Big Screen

Posted in: News | March 3, 2015

For Roger Harrison ’01, his start on the stage at PC launched a career that has landed him roles in films including Bessie, Ride Along 2, The Nice Guys, Triple Nine and Selma. Harrison graduated from Presbyterian College with a bachelor of arts in fine arts and concentrations in theatre and vocal performance. As a student, Harrison was involved on campus […]

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Jordan Ashley Represents the Big South Conference at NCAA Convention

Posted in: News | February 27, 2015

“PC athletics has a special place in my heart,” said Jordan Ashley, a junior softball player. Jordan serves on the national board of the Student-Athlete Advisory Council (SAAC) as a representative of the Big South Conference. “My experience with the NCAA thus far has been life changing,” says Jordan, “It has opened so many doors […]

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The true “Toy Story:” G.I. Joe and the Civil Rights Movement

Posted in: News | February 27, 2015

“Toy Story,” a traveling museum, visited Presbyterian College in February. It centers on the well-known toy line, “G.I. Joe,” and how it positively impacted the Civil Rights movement of the 1960’s. Showcasing an impressive collection of G.I. Joe action figures, the exhibit is curated by Bryan K. Smith. It tells the story of how, in […]

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