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Summer Fellow, Madison Corthell, looks to expand literary research

Madison Corthell, a senior majoring in English, French, and international studies began her research “Scandinavian Influences on Victorian Britain” well before the summer began in an effort to expand on her existing research and to use it for honors research. “I find this topic interesting because it exposes deep cultural links between England and other

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Summer Fellow, Victoria Cannon, searches for new ways to challenge herself

Victoria Cannon, a junior biology and English major from Greenville, had a gut feeling that she needed to challenge herself in a new way this summer. As a result, she approached Dr. Michael Rischbieter, professor of biology about doing summer research. “Victoria is a great student, and the whole Summer Fellows effort is all her

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Berkshire named vice president for advancement at Presbyterian College

Jacqueline Berkshire has been named Presbyterian College’s new vice president for advancement, College President Bob Staton announced today. A graduate of James Madison University, Berkshire has served for the last three years as the vice president for operations and chief of staff of the Virginia Military Institute Foundation Inc. in Lexington, Va. At the foundation,

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Presbyterian College student receives undergraduate research award

Clay Wright, a junior physics major from Clinton, at Presbyterian College received the NASA South Carolina Space Grant Consortium Undergraduate Research Award. The competitive $6,000 award will fund his continuing research at PC this summer. Wright’s research, “The Effect of Grain Shape on Confined Granular Flows,” studies the force build-up on the side-walls of grain

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2017 Presbyterian College graduate published in undergraduate research journal

Katie Waters, a 2017 graduate of Presbyterian College with a major in early childhood education, has had her article, “Children’s Books Featuring Diverse Family Structures and Living Arrangements: Recommendations for Elementary Teachers” accepted for publication in the peer-reviewed journal, “Papers and Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research”. Waters conducted her research whilst taking her education

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Presbyterian College Names Sterling Director of Athletics

Presbyterian College and President Bob Staton announced Monday the addition of Danny Sterling as the new Director of Athletics. He will start immediately, becoming the 2nd AD in PC’s NCAA Division I history. “I am honored to serve Presbyterian College as Director of Athletics,” said Sterling. “I want to thank President Staton for his faith

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Blue Hose Name Kerns Men’s Basketball Head Coach

Presbyterian College and President Bob Staton announced Tuesday the addition of Dustin Kerns as the new men’s basketball head coach. He will start immediately, becoming the 18th head coach in PC’s men’s basketball history. Kerns will be formally introduced at a reception to be held Tuesday at 2:30 p.m., at the Harper Center for the

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Presbyterian College education graduate has article accepted for publication

Samantha Tindal, a 2017 graduate of Presbyterian College’s early childhood education program recently had her article, “Students with Mild Cerebral Palsy in the Classroom: Information and Guidelines for Teachers,” accepted for publication in “Papers and Publications: Interdisciplinary Journal of Undergraduate Research.” Tindal conducted qualitative research on young adults with mild cerebral palsy for her education

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