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Professor of History Wins SCICU Excellence in Teaching Award

Imagine a college professor who confesses he may not have anything to teach his students. Next, imagine that same professor being named a college’s Professor of the Year. Then apply both of those statements to Presbyterian College professor of history Dr. Roy Campbell and develop a deeper understanding of what it means to teach and

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PC Senior finds music intertwined in everything she does

Jenna Seubarran is more than your typical Biology student. While others may see this discipline as just the study of life, Jenna can see music intertwined throughout everything she does. What year are you and what is your intended major? I am a senior this year and my majors are Biology and Music, with a

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Student’s Passion for Music Flourishes

PC offers music majors and minors where students can choose the level of immersion in which they plan to participate. Music is an integral part of academic life at PC and our student musicians have a variety of musical backgrounds as well as academic interests. This week, we caught up with Aubree Price, a sophomore

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Alumni named to Greenville Business Magazine’s 50 Most Influential

Greenville Business Magazine has released its 2020 “50 Most Influential and Hall of Fame” winners and entrants, which include two PC alumni. Included in the most influential list are Chad Prashad ’02, president & CEO at World Acceptance Corporation and David Wise ’83, president at Harper General Contractors. For more on the winners, read here.

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Music for All

Music is an integral part of student academic life at PC. Our student musicians have a variety of musical backgrounds and academic interests. Because we offer a Music major and a Music minor, students can choose the level of immersion in which they plan to participate. Meet Noah Burkett, a junior biology and Spanish double

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Presbyterian College Celebrates Women’s History Month

Women’s History Month is a chance to celebrate the incredible contributions of women to events in history and contemporary society. To honor this month, Presbyterian College has created a full schedule of special events and activities celebrating Women’s History Month throughout the month of March. Women in Politics Join us on Thursday, March 11 at

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Black History Month Convocation Named in Honor of Dr. Booker T. Ingram

Dr. Booker T. Ingram’s name will forever be linked to PC’s annual Black History Month festivities. On Feb. 18, PC President Matt vandenBerg announced the Black History Month Convocation will be known as the Dr. Booker T. Ingram Jr. Convocation & Lecture. The honor recognizes Ingram’s distinguished and exceptional service to the PC community. “My

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Theresa R. Tibbs named vice president of human resources and Title IX at PC

Presbyterian College President Matthew vandenBerg announced today that Theresa R. (Terri) Tibbs, associate vice chancellor of human resources at Fayetteville State University (Fayetteville, N.C.), will serve as PC’s next vice  president of human resources and Title IX. Tibbs, who will become the first African American executive in College history, starts on April 1. “I am honored and humbled to become PC’s next

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Alumna lives the College motto as an occupational therapist

Crissy Ellis Waters ’98 chose to major in biology because she loves science and because biology professor Dr. Jim Wetzel was one of her favorite professors at PC. “He made biology interesting and fun,” Waters said. But when she graduated, Waters wasn’t sure what she wanted to do with her degree. She spoke to a

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