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Presbyterian College chamber orchestra to feature guest harpsichordist

The Presbyterian College chamber orchestra under the direction of Dr. Richard Thomas will present its spring concert on Tuesday, April 12 at 7:30 p.m. in Edmunds hall on the Presbyterian College campus. The program will feature guest artist Dr. Lynne Mackey from Mary Baldwin College in Staunton, Va. Performing the Bach “Concerto in D Minor

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Presbyterian College to host 2016 SYNAPSE meeting

On Saturday, April 2, Presbyterian College will host the 2016 Symposium for Young Neuroscientists and Professors of the South East (SYNAPSE). The symposium provides a unique and valuable forum for young neuroscientists to present research and obtain feedback from neuroscientists at other institutions, discuss important issues in neuroscience training, and forge connections with other neuroscientists

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Influential Women in PC’s History: Jane Hammet

Jane Hammet was a beloved former student and faculty member of Presbyterian College. Hammet and her husband, Ben, diligently served the PC community together for a number of decades. Ben served as a college administrator to PC for 40 years. Jane also is remembered for her service to the community. Hammet and her husband moved

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Presbyterian College to Host WPJ Society Gala and Recognize Putsy Silas “Si” Bailey ’26 as distinguished member

Presbyterian College will host its annual donor appreciation event for the members of the William Plumer Jacobs (WPJ) Society on Friday, April 1, in Greenville at Genevieve’s at The Peace Center. The PC Board of Trustees established the WPJ Society in 1982 to recognize and honor those individuals, churches, foundations, and corporations who have made

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Influential Women in PC’s History: Alicia Askew

Alicia Askew graduated summa cum laude from PC in December 1992 as valedictorian of her class and senior of the year for the psychology department, and in 2004, Askew returned to her alma mater as an assistant professor of psychology. In regards to her return to PC, Askew said, “I was thrilled to join a

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Presbyterian College Biochemistry Program granted Accreditation

ONE OF ONLY TWO COLLEGES IN SOUTH CAROLINA WITH ACCREDITATION Presbyterian College’s biochemistry program was recently granted accreditation by the American Society of Biochemistry and Molecular Biology (ASBMB), the national organization of biochemistry. PC now has one of only two accredited biochemistry programs in the state of South Carolina. Furthermore, at this time there are

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Influential Women in PC’s History: Jane Presseau

“No question is too small or unimportant; be approachable; assume nothing and never tell a patron that the library doesn’t have an item or the information needed without consulting me or a member of the student service staff,” said Jane T. Presseau, former head of the student service department at the James H. Thomason Library.

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Influential Women in PC’s History: Jerry Bron

If anyone knows Presbyterian College through and through, it’s Jerry Bron, the current administrative assistant to the dean of community life. “Jerry Bron has worked in several areas at PC—finance and administration, human resources, and most recently in residence life. In each area, Jerry demonstrates a high-level of professionalism and attention to detail. She is

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Influential Women in PC’s History: Fanchon Glover

Shortly after graduating from PC in 1990, Fanchon (Chon) Glover was appointed to a dual position at PC in the fall of 1991, serving as the coordinator of both Student Volunteer Services and minority affairs. As the coordinator of SVS, Glover reported to the chaplain, and her SVS updates were part of the chaplain’s reports

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