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Presbyterian College selects AVI Foodsystems as new food service partner

Presbyterian College has selected AVI Foodsystems as its new partner for campus food service and hospitality, effective May 27. Headquartered in Warren, Ohio, AVI is the largest privately held and family-owned and operated food service company in the United States. The college’s decision follows a nationwide bid and selection process with participation from campus administrators

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PC Education Department Hosts Eighth Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute

Local Educators Attend 8th Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute on Family Engagement. On Saturday, April 30th, the Education Department hosted the 8th Annual Charles Chadwell Special Education Institute, which was a free virtual workshop entitled, Supporting Students with Disabilities through Creative School-Family-Community Partnerships, hosted by Sherrie Belton, a parent and family engagement specialist with

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Education Graduates Urged to Find Their “Big Red Button” Moments

Special education teacher Lauren Dean shared critical insight with this year’s graduating education majors during the Teacher Induction Ceremony in Kuhne Auditorium on May 13.  “Teaching is hard,” she said. “You will face a lot of days where teaching is harder than hard.  “Carrying the emotional burdens home of young people is hard. Meeting the

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PC selects Dr. Selena Blair as inaugural Rogers-Ingram Vice President for Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion

Presbyterian College president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg announced today that Dr. Selena Blair is the college’s first Rogers-Ingram Vice President for Justice, Equity, Diversity, and Inclusion. Blair is currently the director of equity and inclusion and Title IX coordinator at Limestone University in Gaffney. This year, she also earned her doctor of education in professional leadership

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PC School of Pharmacy graduates 53 during ninth hooding ceremony

  The Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy sent 53 new doctors of pharmacy into the world Friday – encouraging them to serve with integrity and become passionate advocates for their patients and profession. PC president Dr. Matthew vandenBerg reminded the school’s ninth graduating class that their success – while excellent – was not achieved without

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