Category Archives: Academics
Dr. Sara Sawyer, GSC Assistant Professor of Biology has been awarded a $5,444.55 instrumentation grant.
Glenville State College faculty and students know the importance of internships and how they can lead to careers after college. Many students in different departments across campus have completed internships, and many are still in the midst of their real-world work experience for course credit.
Glenville State College is offering several college courses for the spring 2013 semester at Braxton County High School.
Glenville State College is now offering off-campus classes at Clay County High School.
Glenville State College freshmen Curtis Sutphin was awarded second place in a vocal competition at the National Association of Teachers of Singing Conference on Saturday October 27, 2012 at West Virginia University.
A Glenville State College employee has published his second book on the study of medicinal plants, trees, and shrubs in Appalachia. Bill Church wrote Medicinal Plants, Trees, and Shrubs of Appalachia. It is a follow-up to his 2006 publication A Field Guide: Medicinal Plants, Trees, and Shrubs of Appalachia. This new edition covers one-hundred and five different medicinal plants with color photos and descriptions. Each description includes measurements, properties, harvesting information, and usage.
A team of three Glenville State College students finished 2nd in a crime scene investigation competition during the West Virginia Criminal Justice Educators Association’s annual conference.
GSC students travel to Japan to study the Tree-of-Heaven as part of an international research program.
Glenville State College sophomore Forest Technology major Kevin Smith has been named one of four national finalists for the National Future Farmers of America (FFA) Agricultural Proficiency Award in Poultry Production – Entrepreneurship/Placement. As a member of the Pendleton County FFA Chapter, he competed for the award at the national finals during the 85th National FFA Convention in Indianapolis, Indiana October 24th through 27th.
The Glenville State College Land Resource Department has been awarded a grant from the Weyerhaeuser Company for a second year in a row. The $2,185 grant has been used to purchase advanced forestry tools in tree measurement to enhance the GSC Forest Technology program.