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Mullins Named Coach of the Year

Baseball

Randal Bugher has been named to the MEC All-Conference First Team.

Bridgeport, W.Va. – Shepherd University’s Matt Wilson is the 2015 Mountain East Conference Player of the Year, while teammate Sam Crater is the league’s Pitcher of the Year. Concord outfielder Andy Szamski is the conference’s Freshman of the Year, and Glenville State’s Jimmy Mullins was tabbed as the Coach of the Year.

Wilson, a senior outfielder from Baltimore, Md., paced the Rams on offense hitting .443 and leading the conference in home runs (10), runs scored (63) and total bases (112), and ranking third in the conference in RBI (47).

Crater, a junior from Dillsburg, Pa., served as the ace for Shepherd going 10-2 with a 1.75 ERA. Crater led the league in innings pitched (72.0) and strikeouts (73).

Szamski, an outfielder from Glen Arm, Md., drove in a conference-best 68 runs in his freshman campaign for the Mountain Lions. He hit .370 on the year with 15 doubles and six triples to go with three home runs.

After posting nine wins in his first season as head coach at Glenville State, Mullins doubled his win total in year two with 18. The Pioneers played their best down the stretch winning 13 of 20, including a nine-game winning streak, and were in contention for the MEC Tournament until the final day.

The All-MEC teams and awards are selected by a vote of the league’s coaches.

All-MEC First Team

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Lady Pioneers Track & Field Team Places Sixth, Men Finish Seventh

Track & Field

Rahmann Lee placed first in the 100 Meter Dash with a time of 10.87 and finished sixth in the 200 Meter Dash with a time of 25.44

Glenville, W.Va. – The Glenville State Pioneer men and women’s Track & Field team finished up their season this past Tuesday, May 5th as the Lady Pioneers placed sixth in the MEC Conference Championship as they scored 14 points while the Pioneer men’s team finished in seventh place scoring 25 points.

On the women’s side of the Heptathlon Areial Clark finished overall third as she scored six points. Areial placed first in the Heptathlon Shot Put with a throw of 12.31 meters, she placed second in the Heptathlon Javelin Throw with a throw of 29.93 meters, and she finished third in the Heptathlon 100 Meter Hurdles with a time of 16.27.

In the other events for the women, Areial Clark placed fifth in the High Jump with a jump of 1.53 meters and finshed fourth in the Discus Throw with a throw of 39.68 meters. Corri Phillips placed seventh in the Pole Vault with a jump of 2.11 meters. The women finished overall sixth.

On the men’s side of the Decathlon Daman Robinson placed overall fifth as he scored two points. Daman placed first in the 1500 Meter Run, first in the 400 Meter Run, second in the 100 Meter Dash, second in the Long Jump, second in the High Jump, and second in the 110 Meter Hurdles.

In the other men’s events, Rahmann Lee placed first in the 100 Meter Dash with a time of 10.87 and finished sixth in the 200 Meter Dash with a time of 25.44. Dustin Martin placed fifth in the 400 Meter Hurdles with a time of 56.29.

The Pioneers 4×100 Meter Relay finished third with a time of 42.29, the team consisted of Dustin Martin, Rahmann Lee, Markeith Dews, and Eric Kyle.

In the Triple Jump Donnell Lockett placed fifth with a jump of 12.34 meters. The men finished overall seventh.

The Glenville State Track & Field team season now comes to an end.

Women’s Results

  1. WV Wesleyan                    268
  2. Wheeling Jesuit                245
  3. Concord                               48
  4. Charleston                          40
  5. West Liberty                      32
  6. Glenville State                   14
  7. Notre Dame                       4

Men’s Results

  1. WV Wesleyan                    218
  2. Wheeling Jesuit                 143
  3. West Liberty                      99
  4. Charleston                          75
  5. Notre Dame                       52
  6. Concord                               39
  7. Glenville State                   25
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Life Guard & Swim Instructor Classes at GSC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 10, 2015

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GLENVILLE, WV—Glenville State College is offering lifeguard classes from Monday, May 11 through Thursday, May 13 and then Monday, May 18 through Thursday, May 21 from 6:00 p.m. until 9:00 p.m. The cost of the class is $125.  Students can either sign up ahead of time or simply attend the first class which will take place at the campus pool in the Health and Physical Education Building.

All participants must complete a pre-course test on May 11 to be eligible to take the course.  Stages of the pre-course test will include: a non-stop, non-timed 300 yard swim test of six laps using either the breast stroke or crawl (freestyle) swim, two minutes of treading water without the use of the hands, and a 25 foot swim and surface dive to retrieve a brick and then exiting the pool without use of a ladder.

GSC Pool

Life guard and swim instructor classes will soon be held at the GSC pool

The college also is offering a swimming instructor class that will be held over two consecutive weekends:  Saturday and Sunday, May 16 and May 17, and Saturday and Sunday, May 23 and May 24, from 9:00 a.m. until 6:00 p.m. The cost is $50.

Students must attend all sessions in order to pass each class, which includes equal parts coursework and pool time to apply the lessons learned in the classroom.

For more information, contact GSC Aquatics Manager Jennifer Wenner at Jennifer.Wenner@glenville.edu or call (304) 462-6436.

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2015 Pioneer Showcase Winners Announced

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 23, 2015

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GLENVILLE, WV – The winners of the fifth annual Glenville State College Pioneer Showcase Creative Arts and Research Forum have been announced. The competition, which is judged by campus faculty, allows full-time GSC students the opportunity to formally present their research and creative arts abstracts.

Pioneer Showcase winners

A selection of student winners and their professors at the Pioneer Showcase (l-r): Angenay Williams, Dr. Sallie Anglin, Lindsey Acree, Jake Harper, Liza Brenner, Dr. Rico Gazal, Judith Kennen, Samuel Canfield, Dr. Jong-Hoon Yu, and Nathan Kincaid

“This year’s showcase had 40 different presentations in the form of oral talks, posters, and artistic displays. Students from all academic departments participated and judges commented on the high quality of the presentations, which made awarding winners a difficult choice,” said Dr. Sara Sawyer who serves as both an Associate Professor of Biology and coordinator for the showcase. Sawyer added, “Students who participated had a wonderful opportunity to show their projects and gain experience in presenting. Plus, the Pioneer Showcase allows the campus community to learn about the high quality of work that GSC students do and as well as the diversity of that work.”

Winners in the literary category included first place recipient Jake Harper with his presentation titled ‘Shame: The Driving Force of Hostility and Violence,’ second place winner Erica Whitney with her ‘Answering the Question of Crime’ presentation, and a tie for third place between Matthew Samples’ ‘Anti-Semitism in Shakespeare’s ‘Merchant of Venice” and Lindsey Acree’s ‘Two Antigones.’

Judith Kennen and Larry Grover took top honors in the science category with their presentation titled, ‘Effects of the Antidepressant Imipramine on Long Term Potentiation (LTP) and Brain Derived Neurotrophic Factor (BDNF) in the Rat Hippocampus.’

Nathan Kincaid, with assistance from Dr. Jong-Hoon Yu, won first place in the miscellaneous presentation category with his discussion on ‘Factors Affecting Fan Misbehavior at Sporting Events.’

A separate portion of the showcase included a poster session for science projects. Tia LeMaster, with guidance from Dr. Kevin Evans, took first place with her project on ‘Effect of UV Light on Anti-Markovnikov Hydrobromination.’ Second place went to the group comprised of Samuel Canfield, Jennifer Rudger, and Josh Lynn, advised by Dr. Ross Conover, on ‘Pocket Gopher Activity Across Elevational Gradients.’ Finally, Chad Ingram and Dr. Rico Gazal took third place with the presentation on ‘The Effect of Precipitation on Diameter Growth of Quercus Alba and Quercus Prinus.’

The art display session was won by Angenay Williams with her piece titled, ‘American Dream.’

For more information about the GSC Pioneer Showcase, contact Sawyer at Sara.Sawyer @glenville.edu or (304) 462-6303.

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GSC Graphic Design Students Complete Project for NASA IV&V Facility

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  April 30, 2015

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GLENVILLE, WV – Students in the Fine Arts Department at Glenville State College recently completed an eye-catching new display to use during career fairs, conferences, and meetings for the staff of NASA’s Independent Verification and Validation (IV&V) Facility in Fairmont, West Virginia.

“NASA contacted us in early October last year with a general request for the graphics. Seeing this as a tremendous learning opportunity for the students, we took on the challenge for the Intermediate Art and Design Class. NASA accepted and we provided them with a small brief on how the process works for design. NASA then gathered all the relevant ideas and wording needed for us to begin,” explained GSC Assistant Professor of Art Chris Cosner.

GSC graphic design students NASA backdrop

Senior Ryan Singleton (left) and Justin Smith (right) from NASA's IV&V facility with the display created by students in GSC's Graphics and Digital Media program

The GSC graphic artists took part in the student design activity which was introduced by Justin Smith from NASA’s facility. The students were given a lot of latitude with the creative look for the display and were only given an approximate size and some marketing guidelines to observe in their process. Throughout the end of the fall semester, the class produced three draft designs and submitted them. With some fine-tuning and input from NASA staffers, the end result took shape.

“We wanted something that would express NASA’s well-established brand while having the ability to attract their audience by standing out among other displays. The students researched NASA’s extensive library of images and working closely with NASA’s Style Guide, we were able to start bringing the design together. The students learned the entire process of working with a real client from start to finish and shared in the success of the project which will add a valuable piece to their portfolio when seeking employment after college,” continued Cosner.

“I’m happy to have been a part of the group that prepared this display for NASA. We were all really interested after Professor Cosner shared the idea with us and we researched the NASA website and some of their photo galleries to narrow down our ideas. It’s great to see how nicely the finished project turned out,” said Ryan Singleton, a senior art major who took part in preparing the graphic.

NASA’s Smith recently brought the completed display, along with a commemorative plaque featuring the artwork that the students designed, to GSC so that the class could see how it turned out. They called it a “win-win situation for both groups involved” and said that they were very appreciative of how interested the Glenville State College student designers were in the project. The plaque is now on display in the GSC Fine Arts Center.

Cosner says that the graphics and digital media concentration often gets several design requests similar to this one throughout the semester and, if time and lessons permit, they try to incorporate them into the class. “The Graphics and Digital Media Concentration is now in its third year at GSC and the students have gained the knowledge and confidence to tackle these types of projects. As our enrollment, space, and equipment continues to improve, we hope there will be even more time for community engagement and real-world projects including the use of our brand-new 3D printer,” said Cosner.

The art program at Glenville State College includes both traditional studio art and digital media as areas of study. For more information about the programs, contact Cosner at Christopher.Cosner@glenville.edu or (304) 462-6349.

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Glenville State Splits Double Header with WVWC

Baseball

The Glenville State Pioneers split a double header with the West Virginia Wesleyan College Bobcats baseball team on Sunday afternoon

Glenville, W.Va. – The Glenville State Pioneers split a double header with the West Virginia Wesleyan College Bobcats baseball team on Sunday afternoon.

In game one the Bobcats would strike first in the top of the second inning as they took a 3-0 lead. However West Virginia Wesleyan was not finished there as they added six more runs in the top of the third inning as they went up, 9-0.

West Virginia Wesleyan would add another run in the top of the fifth as they took a, 10-0 lead.

The Pioneers would finally get on the board in the bottom of the sixth as Lance Gilbert hit an RBI double scoring Zach Sanford as they made it, 10-1.

But the Pioneers would struggle scoring as they would end up falling, 10-1.

Glenville State finished with just five hits and committed one error while the Bobcats had 11 hits and committed no errors.

Lance Gilbert went 1 for 3 and had the only RBI for the Pioneers while Justin Lewis went 2 for 3 and Heath Swisher went 1 for 3.

Art’om Rank pitched 4.2 innings allowing four hits, one run, and struck out four batters.

In the second game the Bobcats would take a 1-0 lead in the top of the first but the Pioneers would comeback and score four runs in the bottom of the first to take a 4-1 lead.

The Pioneers would score another run in the bottom of the third inning as Chris Longdo hit an RBI double scoring Tucker Abruzzino as they went up, 5-1.

Glenville State would hold on and claim the 5-1 victory in the second game.

The Pioneers finished with eight hits and committed only one error while the Bobcats had five hits and committed two errors.

Chris Longdo went 1 for 3 with 3 RBI’s and scored a run while John Royce went 2 for 3. Sam Hanke finished the game with an RBI.

Senior Chris Knapp picked up the win as he pitched all seven innings allowing five hits, one run, and struck out four batters.

The Pioneers finished the season 18-31 (18-22) after only winning 7 games in 2013-14. Glenville State also just missed the MEC Baseball Tournament as the season now comes to an end.

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GSC Professor Keeps Busy Within Music Community

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: April 10, 2015

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GLENVILLE, WV—Glenville State College Associate Professor of Music and Fine Arts Department Chair Lloyd Bone was recently a featured guest lecturer for the Southeastern Regional Tuba Euphonium Conference (SERTEC) at the University of Tennessee in Knoxville, Tennessee. The bi-annual conference is one of the largest low brass conferences in the country.

Lloyd Bone

Lloyd Bone

Bone, who was one of approximately 40 invited professors and performers from around the southeastern region, gave a lecture on how to juggle the demands of a department chair position at a small college while teaching and still contributing to the tuba and euphonium profession.

“Through this lecture I wanted to encourage students to pursue administrative positions. Studies show that many people in the music business shun administrative positions because they think they will not have time for continuing pursuing their love of music. I also wanted to show students how diverse our field is and how there are so many creative ways that people around the world are pursuing their love of the tuba and euphonium,” said Bone.

In addition to his invitation to the SERTEC, Bone will be the guest conductor of the 2015 Mercer County High School All-County Band and next year’s Southern West Virginia Honor Band Gold Band guest conductor.

“These are great opportunities because they keep me in touch with the teaching techniques needed to work with today’s high school students which I can bring back to my classes at GSC. They are also great recruiting opportunities and promotion for GSC as they put me front and center with some of the finer students in the state of West Virginia. I also thoroughly enjoy getting to spend time with our alumni and other directors,” Bone continued.

For more information about Fine Arts programs at Glenville State College call (304) 462-6340.

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Pioneers Sweep Bobcats

Baseball

The Glenville State Pioneers swept the West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at the Sue Morris Sport Complex

Glenville, W.Va. – The Glenville State Pioneers swept the West Virginia Wesleyan Bobcats on a beautiful Saturday afternoon at the Sue Morris Sport Complex.

In the first game of the double header the Pioneers would strike first and take a 1-0 lead in the bottom of the first off of a RBI single from Zach Sanford as Justin Lewis scored.

Later in the bottom of the third inning the Pioneers would build on their lead as they scored four runs. In that inning Tucker Abruzzino hit an RBI double scoring Heath Swisher and Randal Baugher and Tyler Wiseman would drive in Zach Sanford and Tucker Abruzzino,  as Glenville State took a 5-0 lead.

However West Virginia Wesleyan would add two runs in the top of the sixth inning but the Pioneers still held a 5-2 lead.

Glenville State would go on and win game one by a final score of, 5-2.

The Pioneers and Bobcats both finished with five hits each and neither team committed an error.

Tucker Abruzzino went 2 for 3 with 2 RBI’s and scored a run while Tyler Wiseman also finshed with 2 RBI’s for the Pioneers.

Zach Sanford also had a nice game as he went 1 for 2 with an RBI and scored a run.

Senior Brock McClung pitched all seven innings as he picked up the win allowing five hits, two runs, and struck out five batters.

In the second game the Pioneers took a quick 2-0 lead in the bottom of the second inning as Zach Sanford hit an RBI double scoring Justin Lewis, then Tucker Abruzzino would hit an RBI single scoring Zach Sanford.

However the Bobcats would make it a one run game, 2-1, in the top of the fourth inning as Cory Lynn hit a solo homerun.

In the top of the fifth inning West Virginia Wesleyan would take their first lead of the game as they scored two runs to take a 3-2 lead. But the Pioneers would come right back and retake the lead in the bottom of the fifth inning as they scored five runs highlighted by Lance Gilbert’s three run homer as Glenville State went up 7-3.

The Pioneers held onto the lead as they took game two, 7-3 as they swept the Bobcats.

Glenville State had eight hits in the game while West Virginia Wesleyan finished with six hits.

Justin Lewis went 3 for 4 and scored 2 runs while Lance Gilbert went 1 for 3 with 3 RBI’s and scored a run. Also for the Pioneers Heath Swisher, Zach Sanford, Tucker Abruzzino, and Chris Longdo all had an RBI in the game.

Wesley Stauffer picked up the win as he pitched all seven innings giving up six hits, three runs, and had six strike outs.

The Pioneers return to action tomorrow Sunday, May 3rd as they host West Virginia Wesleyan in another double header. Game time is set for 1:00 p.m.

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Commencement Ceremony is May 9th at GSC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  April 29, 2015

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GLENVILLE, WV – The 141st Glenville State College Commencement Ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 9th beginning at 10:00 a.m. in the college’s Waco Center.

The GSC class of 2015 will walk across the graduation stage to receive their degrees in a variety of programs including business, land resources, criminal justice, science, music, and more. The grads hail from throughout West Virginia, seven other states, the U.S. Virgin Islands, Canada, and Serbia.

WV Sen. Doug Facemire

West Virginia Senator Doug Facemire will deliver this year's keynote address

West Virginia Senator Doug Facemire will deliver the keynote address to graduates and guests. Facemire, who serves West Virginia’s Twelfth District, is a native of Gassaway and is the owner of Facemire Foods in addition to his political duties.

In recognition of an ongoing tradition at Glenville State College, alumni who graduated fifty years ago have been invited back to campus to join the current graduates at the ceremony. Members of the class of 1965 will be recognized as ’50 Year Graduates’ during the event.

Graduates are permitted to bring as many guests with them as they like and no tickets are required. The GSC Bookstore will have a satellite location open at the Waco Center with a selection of items for sale before and after the ceremony.

For more information about the Commencement Ceremony, click here or contact (304) 462-4115.

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Spring Interns Complete Student Teaching for GSC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 1, 2015

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Spring 2015 Student Interns

Spring 2015 GSC Student Teachers (l-r): Nicholas Yale, Shelby Scott, Alyssa White, Julie Greenlee, Seth Stemple, Stefanie Gladders, Katelyn Deem, Kayleigh Huck, Heather Roop, Morgan Mullins, Andrea Osborne, Jared Shipe, Jessica Parsons, Hunter McWhorter, Jodie Parsons

GLENVILLE, WV-Fifteen students have completed their student teaching internships for Glenville State College and have qualified for May graduation.

Katelyn Nikkay Deem completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Social Studies (5-9) at Arnoldsburg Elementary and Calhoun Middle School with Tammey Webb and Dan Cosgrove. Dr. Tara Cosco and Dr. Shara Curry were Deem’s GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of Bobby and Shannon Lockhart of Palestine, West Virginia.

Stefanie Jaye Gladders completed her student teaching in English (5-adult) at Gilmer County High School with Grace Wine and Kristen Smith. Dr. Shara Curry and Dr. Melody Wise were her GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of Pam and Berry Gladders of Vernon, British Columbia, Canada.

Julie (Cantrell) Greenlee completed her student teaching in Business and Marketing (5-adult) with Leslie Godfrey at Braxton County High School. Dr. Tara Cosco and Cinda Echard were her GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of Randy and Mahalia Cantrell of Duck, West Virginia. She also resides in Duck with her husband Brian Greenlee and children Brianna, Joel, Jary, Jaylin, and Ian.

Kayleigh Ann Huck completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6), General Math-Algebra l (5-9), and Science (5-9) at Glenville Elementary School and Gilmer County High School with Kim Cottrill, Monica Haley, and Tracy Ferguson. Dr. Shara Curry, Dr. Joe Evans, Dr. Tara Cosco, and Joseph Wood were her GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of Steve and Maria Huck of Delaware, Ohio.

Hunter Evan McWhorter completed his student teaching in Social Studies (5-adult) at Buckhannon Upshur Middle School and High School with Chris Gow and Tim Bennett. Dr. John Taylor was his GSC supervisor. He is the son of Ralph and Barb McWhorter of Horner, West Virginia.

Morgan Lyn Mullens completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Early Education (PreK-K) at Gauley River Elementary with Rose Gordon and Peggy Crowe. Her GSC supervisor was Dr. Shelly Ratliff. She is the daughter of Mark and Leslie Mullens of Craigsville, West Virginia.

Andréa Elizabeth Osborne completed her student teaching in Elementary Eduation (K-6) and General Math-Algebra l (5-9) at Glenville Elementary School and Robert L. Bland Middle School with Amanda Poole and Tammie Lattea. Dr. John Taylor and Dr. Tara Cosco were her GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of Hugh and Sharon Haddad of Charlotte, North Carolina. She currently resides in Glenville, West Virginia with her husband Issac Osborne.

Jessica Ann Parsons completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Early Education (PreK-K) at Sand Fork Elementary School with Ronnie Facemire and Tonya Stewart. Dr. Shelly Ratliff was her GSC supervisor. She is the daughter of Jon and Valerie Parsons of Worthington, West Virginia. Parsons was also named Outstanding Student Teacher by the education honor society Kappa Delta Pi.

Jodie Lee Parsons completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Multi-Categorical (K-6) at Arnoldsburg Elementary School and Normantown Elementary School with Sonja Hartshorn and Tena Church. Dr. Tara Cosco was her GSC supervisor. She is the daughter of Sandy and Gene McNemar and Rick and Donna Parsons of Normantown, West Virginia.

Heather Nicole Roop completed her student teaching in Elementary Education (K-6) and Early Education (PreK-K) at Panther Creek Elementary with Chris Tinney, Heather Williams, and Theresa Dennison. Dr. Shelly Ratliff was her GSC supervisor. She is the daughter of Karen and Randy Wilburn of Thurmont, Maryland and Dewey and Lori Beachley of Lewis Center, Ohio. Roop resides in Summersville, West Virginia with her husband Chad and children Corey and Emily.

Shelby Marie Scott completed her student teaching in Music (PreK-adult) at Glenville, Sand Fork, Normantown, and Troy Elementary Schools and Gilmer County High School with Judy Leggett and at Lewis County High School with Cinda Jamison. Dr. Shelly Ratliff and Dr. Davis Lewis were her GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of Alison Montgomery and John Davis of Parkersburg, West Virginia.

Jared Michael Shipe completed his student teaching in Social Studies (5-adult) at Ritchie County Middle School and Gilmer County High School with Lisa Stemple and Lindsey Bush. Dr. Shara Curry was his GSC supervisor. He is the son of Robert and Linda Shipe of Harrisville, West Virginia.

Seth Joseph Stemple completed his student teaching in Music (PreK-adult) at Alum Bridge, Roanoke, and Jane Lew Elementary Schools, Robert L. Bland Middle School, and Lewis County High School with Whitney Ballard, Tina Norman, and RJ Cook. Dr. John Taylor, Dr. David Lewis, and Dr. Shara Curry were his GSC supervisors. He is the son of Steven and Sharlene Stemple of Fairmont, West Virginia.

Alyssa Brooke White
completed her student teaching in Music (PreK-adult) at Braxton County Middle School, Braxton County High School, and Glenville, Sand Fork, Normantown, and Troy Elementary Schools with Bo McMillion, Cinda Jamison, and Judy Leggett. Dr. David Lewis and Dr. Tara Cosco were her GSC supervisors. She is the daughter of Angel and Jason Gladfelter of Buffalo, West Virginia.

Nicholas Gordon Yale completed his student teaching in Music (PreK-adult) at Buckhannon-Upshur High School, Pleasant Hill Elementary School, and Arnoldsburg Elementary School with Jeremiah Smallridge and John Bugby. Dr. John Taylor, Dr. David Lewis, and Dr. Shara Curry were his GSC supervisors. He is the son of Marcia Beller of Beckley, West Virginia.

Senior teacher education students take part in an internship during their final semester at GSC. At the conclusion of their internship students must complete a presentation illustrating their mastery of the Interstate New Teacher Assessment and Support Consortium (InTASC) standards as well as the standards of their particular area of study.

These students will participate in the 141st GSC Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 9th. For more information about the Teacher Education Program at Glenville State College, contact (304) 462-4119.

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