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Presbyterian College to host alumnus lecture on Sept. 1

Presbyterian College will host a guest lecture by 2003 alumnus Dr. Clif Stratton at 11 a.m. in Whitelaw Auditorium. The event is free and open to the public. Stratton, assistant clinical professor of history and assistant director of the Roots of Contemporary Issues Program at Washington State University. Stratton earned a Ph.D. in history from

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Presbyterian College to host Kindall-Nitsch piano duo

The Kindall-Nitsch piano duo will perform at Presbyterian College on Thursday, Sept. 1 at 7:30 p.m. The concert will be held in Edmunds Recital Hall and is free and open to the public. This piano performance will serve as the college’s first performance of the new academic year. Susan Kindall, professor of music in piano

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Presbyterian College begins its 137th academic year

With its Opening Convocation held on Tuesday, Aug. 23, Presbyterian College officially began its 137th academic session. “The class of 2020 is here,” said PC President Bob Staton ’68, ’15 in his opening remarks. “We’re glad you’re a part of this family.” The class of 2020 was welcomed onto campus on Saturday, Aug. 20 with

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Recent Presbyterian College education graduate published in international journal

Haley Wofford, a 2016 graduate of the College, has had her article entitled “Retention in Kindergarten: A Case Study of Teacher Perceptions and Practices” accepted by the Journal for Undergraduate Ethnography. This online international journal specializes in undergraduate research and, according to its website, aims to “bring readers insights into subcultures, rituals, and social institutions.”

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Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy sponsors 11 pharmacy research summer interns

The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy sponsored 11 pharmacy research summer interns for its 2016 summer program. The interns spent eight weeks doing one-on-one faculty-mentored pharmacy and biomedical research projects that included topics ranging from clinical to basic science. The summer program included PCSP pharmacy students and pre-pharmacy students from other states and countries.

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Twenty-three Presbyterian College students awarded Outstanding Intern Awards

Twenty-three Presbyterian College students and new alumni were awarded Outstanding Intern Awards by the Office of Career Development and Student Success. The 23 students who received this award represent less than 20% of students who completed an internship during the 2015-2016 academic year. These students demonstrated excellence in more than one of the following during

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Dual degree student conducted research through NASA grant

For his Summer Fellows project, Will Grismore investigated buried objects using granular acoustics. In order to do so, he probed granular materials, which are collections of particles such as sand or corn, with sound waves so that he could understand their inner workings. When asked how he decided on this topic, Grismore offered, “I found

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