Category Archives: Academics
Approximately 350 freshmen arrived on campus at Glenville State College on Friday, August 15th for the 2014 fall term. Glenville State College’s class of 2018 is made up of students from throughout West Virginia, nine other states, and the District of Columbia.
The Glenville State College Bluegrass Band was recently showcased in the July 2014 issue of Bluegrass Unlimited magazine. This nearly 50 year old publication circulates across the nation and is dedicated to preserving the culture and instilling traditions of the music.
In anticipation of the upcoming school year Glenville State College and Shentel, a Virginia-based cable and internet service provider, have announced a new partnership through which the broadband company will provide high quality cable and internet services to the institution.
Glenville State College is continuing its tradition of offering a wide array of evening classes in Braxton County to accommodate students who might have difficulty making it to the GSC campus to take classes during the day. Several weekly evening Glenville State College courses are scheduled to be held this fall at Braxton County High School in the Braxton County Center.
Glenville State College Career Services Counselor, Joanna DiStefano, has been recognized by Creighton University where she was recently awarded a Master of Science in Negotiation and Dispute Resolution from their School of Law.
Jason Barr, Assistant Professor of Music at Glenville State College, will hold a free performance at the Gilmer County Historical Society on Thursday, July 17th. Barr’s appearance at the meeting will provide the audience with a brief musical history of jazz.
Glenville State College’s Robert F. Kidd Library staff recently finished digitally archiving the long-time campus newspaper, The Glenville Mercury as well the college yearbook, the Kanawhachen.
GSC senior Army ROTC Cadet Kyle Hartleben recently graduated from the Sabalauski Air Assault School at Fort Campbell, Kentucky.
Three Glenville State College professors were recognized recently as emeriti faculty; joining 32 other GSC professors who share the title. The honors were bestowed upon Dr. Kathy Butler, Dr. Sherry Jones, and Dr. Michael Smith at the 140th Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 10, 2014.
Conner Ferguson, a Gilmer County native, and Brianna McClain, a Lewis County native, are both students at Glenville State College who are getting involved in local politics at a young age.