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Former Michelin Chairman and President Speaks about Leadership, Ethics

Pete Selleck, former chairman and president of Michelin North America, delivered this year’s Robert M. Vance Lecture on Business Ethics, “Your Reputation: Critical To Your Future.” The event took place on February 15 in Edmunds Hall. Selleck spoke about situations in his military and professional career that presented ethical dilemmas. For example, Selleck told the

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PC Fraternity Wins Five Awards

The Beta Pi chapter of Kappa Alpha Order fraternity recently received five awards from their national organization. Fraternity members received the awards at the fraternity’s spring Province Council meeting in Statesboro, Georgia on February 9-10, 2018. Kappa Alpha fraternity brothers received the Project Outreach award for the work they have done serving others. They also

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Chief Medical Officer Joins PC’s New PA Studies Program

Dr. Gregory Mappin has served as Self Regional Healthcare’s chief medical officer and vice president of medical affairs for the last 12 years and as a thoracic surgeon for the last 25 years. On August 1, Mappin will join the Presbyterian College physician assistant studies program as its full-time medical director. “The whole concept of

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Pete Selleck Former President and CEO of Michelin North America to speak at the 2018 Robert M. Vance Lecture Series

President Staton and the Department of Economics and Business Administration are pleased to announce Mr. Pete Selleck, recently retired President and CEO of Michelin North America, as the guest speaker for the 2018 Robert M. Vance Lecture Series on Business Ethics. Mr. Selleck’s lecture, “Your Reputation – Critical To Your Future”, will be held on Thursday, February 15, at 11 a.m. in Edmunds

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Psychology Professor Saves Lives

Psychology professor Dr. Brooke Spatta takes the PC motto, “While we live, we serve” seriously. But she has fun with it too. “I’m definitely known on campus as the Humane Society Lady,” Spatta said. “They probably call me the Crazy Dog Lady, but I’m totally okay with that!” Spatta has been volunteering with the Laurens

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Presbyterian College to host 91st annual science meeting

Presbyterian College will host the 91st meeting of the South Carolina Academy of Science and the South Carolina Junior Academy of Science on Saturday, April 14. The event will bring approximately 600 graduate, undergraduate, and high school students to the PC campus. “With so many of our PC faculty and students dedicated to science and

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Celebrating Black History Month

Presbyterian College’s Multicultural Programs announces a slate of talks, events, and worship services to celebrate Black History Month. Multicultural Programs has partnered with Student Involvement, Multicultural Student Union, Religious Life Organizations, Office of Diversity and Inclusion, Dining Services and various academic departments and local organizations to host these events across campus and in the community. All

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