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The winners of the fourth annual Glenville State College Pioneer Showcase Creative Arts and Research Forum have been announced. The showcase took place on Tuesday, April 22nd and is a competition that allows full-time GSC students an opportunity to present research and creative arts abstracts in a formal setting. The judges are made up of GSC faculty.
Students and administrators at GSC teamed up during the month of April to raise awareness about the issue of sexual assault. Members of GSC’s Army ROTC program, students in GSC’s Sigma Pi Xi criminal justice organization, and various student athletes partnered with the college’s Human Resources Department Director during Sexual Assault Awareness Month to conduct a host of events to inform and educate students.
A student internship at GSC brings a national program to a local elementary school.
Glenville State College’s annual Pioneer Creative Arts and Research Forum Showcase will be held on Tuesday, April 22nd in the Mollohan Campus Community Center.
GSC Assistant Professor of Spanish Dr. Megan Gibbons has been selected to receive the 2014 Pete and Betsy Barr Professional Development Award. Gibbons plans to use the award to attend the NAFSA: Association of International Educators Conference in San Diego this May.
Local residents can still earn Bachelor of Arts degrees in teacher education from Glenville State College by attending classes in Nicholas County.
Potential and incoming Glenville State College students have two opportunities to visit GSC this spring.
Labor history expert Wess Harris will give a free lecture at Glenville State College on Tuesday, April 15th at 12:30 p.m. The presentation will take place in the GSC Heflin Administration Building Presidents Auditorium.
Two Glenville State College students are finalists in the West Virginia Statewide Business Plan Competition. Danny and Clair Gilbert of Glenville (Gilmer County), West Virginia will compete in the contest’s hospitality and tourism category.
The reading will be held on Friday, April 11th at 4:00 p.m. in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Multipurpose Room (315A). The reading will give the writers, poets, and artists a chance to bring their works to life in a spoken-word format. It will also include an open microphone session.