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PCSP’s Dr. Giuseppe Gumina wins national award for teaching and leadership

The American Association of Colleges of Pharmacy presented Presbyterian College School of Pharmacy dean Dr. Giuseppe Gumina with a prestigious national award at the organization’s annual meeting on July 25 in Aurora, Colo. Gumina won the 2023 James E. Wynn Memorial Award from the AACP’s chemistry section, presented annually to a pharmacy professor who “demonstrates

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PC tackles shortage of teachers serving students with special needs by re-establishing special education major

School districts nationwide – facing a chronic shortage of teachers serving students with special needs – have called, and Presbyterian College has answered. PC’s education department is addressing this critical need by re-establishing its special education major in response to school administrators’ expressed difficulties finding qualified education teachers. Associate professor of education Dr. Tammy Graham

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Presbyterian College Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program granted seven-year ACOTE accreditation

Status cements PC’s position for producing high-quality, competent, entry-level-prepared occupational therapists equipped to provide services to a diverse patient population as members of the interprofessional healthcare team by Sarah Murphy The Occupational Therapy Doctoral Program at Presbyterian College has been approved for a seven-year accreditation by the Accreditation Council for Occupational Therapy Education (ACOTE) —

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A patriotic Blue Hose retires after 32 years of military service

Brig. Gen. John T. Gentry, Jr. ’91 will retire at the end of this month after serving his country for more than 30 years. Last weekend, Gentry was honored following a change of command ceremony at Clay National Guard Center in Marietta, Ga., where he relinquished command of the 78th Troop Command to new commander,

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PC’s partnership with Lake Institute on Faith and Giving earns praise; offering second religious fundraising course in September

  More than two dozen religious leaders from churches and faith-based institutions throughout the southeast gathered at Westminster Presbyterian Church in Greenville last spring to learn more about the joy of giving. Presbyterian College partnered with the Indiana University Lilly Family School of Philanthropy’s Lake Institute on Faith and Giving to offer the Executive Certificate

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PC 112 has space available to rent this summer for community events

Community members may now rent space this summer at Presbyterian College’s new restaurant in downtown Clinton. PC 112 on Musgrove Street features areas that are available until Aug. 1 for events or meetings, including the third-floor loft, a second-floor mezzanine, and a finished basement. Prices start at $250 for the loft and $100 for the

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