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It Only Takes a Spark

It Only Takes a Spark

April 25, 2014

On Friday, March 28th, Greenville College hosted its first annual Spark Leadership Conference. Thanks to the efforts of GCSA, students were treated throughout the day to professors and guests who spoke on different aspects of leadership.
Pumpkins for Peace

Pumpkins for Peace

April 24, 2014

When Travis Hall ’09 traveled to Uganda eight years ago to study abroad with GO ED, he didn’t expect to return at semester’s end with an honorary plot of land bearing his name and a close Ugandan friend.
Combined Greenville and Edwardsville Choirs and Orchestras to Perform Spring Concert on May 4

Combined Greenville and Edwardsville Choirs and Orchestras to Perform Spring Concert on May 4

April 21, 2014

Greenville College will host choral singers and orchestral players from Edwardsville High School, Greenville College, and Greenville Free Methodist Church for a Spring Choral-Orchestral Concert on May 4 at 4:00 p.m. in Whitlock Music Center.
Delivering Strength and Peace – All in a Day's Work For Alumni Chaplains

Delivering Strength and Peace – All in a Day's Work For Alumni Chaplains

April 15, 2014

Massachusetts native Scott McGowan ’09, chaplain with the Army National Guard, felt called to the ministry even before he entered Greenville College. William Breckenridge ’90, chaplain with the Warrior Transition Battalion at Ft. Riley, joined the Army in his mid-30s. Their reflections offer a glimpse at ministry in the military.
A-maizing Deception

A-maizing Deception

April 14, 2014

Last summer, when Professor Andrea Nord settled into a five-month stay in Malawi with her family of four, little did she know that the traditional cornmeal dish they periodically ate played a key role in the malnutrition and even deaths of Malawians. Most Malawians didn’t know it, nor do they know it now, even as they faithfully tend their maize fields and grind maize into flour.
Discovering Success: From GC to Twitter

Discovering Success: From GC to Twitter

April 07, 2014

Few people shape products that millions of others use every day, and still fewer sit down with celebrities like Tom Hanks, Miley Cyrus and Commander Chris Hadfield to learn how they use those products. Jason Kozemczak ’07, however, is among the few. An engineering manager at Twitter, Jason leads a team that supports mobile products for Android and iOS.

"Precious Bane" Opens at Factory Theatre

April 01, 2014

“Precious Bane,” a drama with music, will open Wednesday, April 9 at the Factory Theatre, with additional performances to run through Saturday, April 12. All performances begin at 7:30 p.m.
From College to Career: Five Tips from a Recent GC Grad

From College to Career: Five Tips from a Recent GC Grad

March 25, 2014

The day after his graduation last May, Arley Cornell caught a flight to San Diego to begin “life after college” only to discover that life after college bore a striking resemblance to life at Greenville College where he honed his digital media skills and learned to pursue projects that truly mattered to him.
GC Students Receive Top Accolades at Regional Advertising Competition

GC Students Receive Top Accolades at Regional Advertising Competition

March 03, 2014

Greenville College students received accolades at this year’s American Advertising Regional Award Competition celebrated in East Peoria on February 7 with 11 prizes including eight Gold Awards, two Silvers and one Best of Show.
GC Student and Faculty Research Published in The Journal of Chemical Education

GC Student and Faculty Research Published in The Journal of Chemical Education

February 21, 2014

The American Chemical Society recently published an article co-authored by three student researchers, all veterans of the Greenville College Summer Science Research Experience.
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