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Largest Class of GSC Hidden Promise Scholars Graduate

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 15, 2014
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Bob Henry Baber
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Glenville, WV—Thirteen Hidden Promise Scholars graduating from Glenville State College were the guests of honor at a dinner held on Friday, April 30th in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom.  GSC President Dr. Peter Barr who first envisioned the Hidden Promise Scholars (HPS) program in 2006, presented commemorative plaques and Hidden Promise Scholars class rings in honor of their achievement.

The Hidden Promise program is an alliance of GSC and 41 county school districts in West Virginia, Ohio, and Connecticut aimed at increasing the number of high school and college graduates.  The program currently has nearly 1,800 scholars system-wide and over 100 full-time students enrolled on the Glenville State College campus. The HPS program aims at improving the number and quality of high school graduates, raising ACT scores, increasing the number of students going to college, and growing the number and quality of college graduates.

GSC's newest Hidden Promise Scholar graduates: Kate Williams, Nikki Whytsell, Justin Morris, Robert Rogers, Landry Marrs, Sara Linger, Megan Prater, Ethan Epling, Katelyn Lake, Courtney Cutlip, and Autumn Bloom

GSC's newest Hidden Promise Scholar graduates: Kate Williams, Nikki Whytsell, Justin Morris, Robert Rogers, Landry Marrs, Sara Linger, Megan Prater, Ethan Epling, Katelyn Lake, Courtney Cutlip, and Autumn Bloom

“Students are selected by county principals and superintendents, starting in the 8th grade to attend distinct summer camps based at GSC.  At the camps, which continue and expand each year until they graduate from high school, they interact with GSC students and faculty and explore the vistas that a college education opens. They also travel to special destinations and events, are exposed to a range of academic and cultural experiences, and receive mentoring when needed, by HPS staff and 80 GSC-based student mentors.  Mentors talk about the college experience and make the college experience a focal point of young Hidden Promise Scholars’ dreams,” said Barr.

“Since coming to Glenville State the Scholars program has been pivotal in my professional life.  Early on, I recognized that the achievement of the Glenville State mission reached beyond those who, from family custom, normally apply to college.  The heart of the Scholars program is about dispelling the myth that college is an exclusive society just for those perpetuating a family tradition of earning college degrees,” Barr stated.

Barr also told the graduates and their undergraduate peers in attendance, “The Hidden Promise program is all about potential, your potential to succeed in the classroom, on the campus, and the places where you will go. You were nominated and selected as a Hidden Promise Scholar by some sign of your motivation, persistence, energy, commitment, stamina, focus, and ambition. I do not overlook the challenges ahead. You will be entering a highly competitive job market and your entrepreneurial and professional ambitions will be challenged.  But a college degree will always boost your standing–opening doors you hadn’t expected, and putting windows where there were walls.”

This years’ graduates are:  Autumn Bloom, who graduated from Gilmer County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2009;  Robert Rogers, who graduated from Gilmer County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2010;  Courtney Cutlip, who graduated from Roane County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2012; Katherine “Kate” Williams, who graduated from Roane County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2010;  Ethan Epling, who graduated from Roane County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2010;  Katelyn Lake, who graduated from Webster County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2011;  Sara Linger, who graduated from Lewis County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2010;  Landry Marrs, who graduated from Doddridge County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2010;  Megan Prater, who graduated from Clay County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2010; Loretta “Nikki” Whytsell, who graduated from Calhoun County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2010; and Justin Morris, who graduated from Calhoun County High School and entered GSC in the fall of 2009.

Each graduate gave a short speech and expressed their gratitude for the support they received from HPS staff and their peers in the program.  They also spoke about travels to New York City and other destinations, opportunities to perform community service, and the privilege of both receiving and providing mentoring.

In addition to accepting a plaque and commemorative ring, new graduates inscribed the Hidden Promise Book.  In signing the volume, graduates commit to ‘always accepting the obligations and the challenges of guiding the young to education, knowledge, and love of the human spirit; to demonstrating respect for all people, and cultivating the trained, yet free, minds appropriate to sustaining and advancing a democratic way of life; and to striving to become knowledgeable, ethical, caring citizens who embody the qualities that the Hidden Promise program fosters.’

To learn more about the GSC Hidden Promise Scholars program, contact GSC Hidden Promise Scholars Program Coordinator Teresa Sterns at Teresa.Sterns@glenville.edu or (304) 462-6100.

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Turner Named Classified Employee of the Year at GSC

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  May 16, 2014

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President Barr (left) congratulates a surprised Turner at the staff recognition luncheon

President Barr (left) congratulates a surprised Turner at the staff recognition luncheon

GLENVILLE, WV – Glenville State College employee Richard Turner has been named the 2014 GSC Classified Employee of the Year. He works as a Maintenance Worker with the college’s Physical Plant. GSC President Dr. Peter Barr presented the award to Turner during a staff recognition luncheon on April 28th.

“I was totally shocked to receive the award. I didn’t even know I had been nominated so it was definitely a 110-percent surprise,” said Turner.

Nominations for Turner praised his strong work ethic and positive attitude. ‘He does his job with pride and is always willing to go the extra mile to ensure a job is done,’ ‘you couldn’t ask for a harder worker,’ and ‘he fosters a spirit of friendliness’ were among the comments.

(L-R) GSC President Peter Barr, Classified Employee of the Year recipient Richard Turner, and Staff Council President Jim Tatman

(L-R) GSC President Peter Barr, Classified Employee of the Year recipient Richard Turner, and Staff Council President Jim Tatman

He has been an employee at Glenville State College since February 1999. He previously worked for Dining Services at the college before transferring to the maintenance department.

In his spare time he enjoys attending GSC athletic events and is active in the Gilmer County Volunteer Fire Department and local Relay for Life. Turner also attends the Mount Pisgah Church in Stumptown. He is a lifelong Gilmer Countian and resides on a 172 acre farm.

Turner becomes the 26th recipient of the award that has been presented at GSC since 1986.

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Four GSC Cadets Receive Army Commissions

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 14, 2014

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Marc Jones, Autumn Bloom, Catherine Nottingham, and Eric Plummer

Marc Jones, Autumn Bloom, Catherine Nottingham, and Eric Plummer

Glenville, WV–On Friday, May 9th, 2014 in downtown Charleston, WV, within the rotunda of the Capitol building, seven United States Army Second Lieutenants from the West Virginia State University’s U.S. Army ROTC ‘Yellow Jacket Battalion’ were commissioned. Four of the seven new Lieutenants hail from Glenville State College.  Autumn Bloom, Marc Jones, Catherine Nottingham, and Eric Plummer all donned the bars of Second Lieutenant and entered the Army in service to our nation.

“My peers and I are grateful for everything the Yellow Jacket Battalion Cadre and GSC did to help us become officers.  I know we are all excited by our assignments and the opportunities afforded us to serve our nation,” said 2LT Marc Jones.

“We are so proud of these four new officers. Not only are they great representatives of Glenville State College, they also demonstrate the willingness of West Virginians to become proud members of our armed services,” said GSC Senior Vice President, External Affairs, James Spears.

SFC Daniel Webb, U.S. Army ROTC Senior Instructor at GSC, added, “It’s certainly been a gratifying experience for me to help with the development of these four new officers.”

2LT Bloom‘s rank was pinned on by her mother, April Marks; she commissioned into the West Virginia National Guard as an Engineer officer and will attend the Basic Officer Leadership Course at Fort Leonard Wood, Missouri.  2LT Jones’ rank was pinned on by his father and mother, Larry and Melissa Jones.  He was commissioned into the West Virginia National Guard as an Armor officer and will attend the Basic Officer Leadership Course at Fort Benning, Georgia with follow on duty in A Troop 1/150th Armored Reconnaissance Squadron in West Virginia.

2LT’s Nottingham and Plummer were selected for full-time active duty as Engineer and Ordinance officers respectively.  2LT Plummer will depart in June to serve as a member of the cadre at the Leadership Development Assessment Course at Fort Knox.  Following this tour of duty he will attend the Basic Officer Leadership Course at Fort Lee, Virginia with follow on duty to attend Explosive Ordinance Disposal training at Eglin Air Force Base in Florida.

“We are so impressed with these new officers who I know will do our country, and Glenville State College, proud,” said GSC President and Vietnam era veteran Dr. Peter Barr.

For more information about GSC’s ROTC Program and becoming an Army officer contact the GSC ROTC office here or by calling (304) 462-6285.

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Twenty-Nine Students Recognized at Honors Convocation

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE:  May 14, 2014

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GLENVILLE, WV – Twenty-nine students, one student organization, and one student group’s faculty advisors have been recognized at the 2014 Glenville State College Honors Convocation Ceremony. The event took place on May 1st following a banquet in the Mollohan Campus Community Center Ballroom.  GSC President Dr. Peter Barr welcomed everyone to the event and Provost Dr. John Peek presided over the awards ceremony.

GSC Department of Business Chair and Professor Dr. Chuck Batson presented departmental awards to the following business students:  accounting and management December 2013 graduate Racheal Fetty of Spencer (Roane County), West Virginia; accounting and management major Ashlee Henry of Powhatan Point, Ohio; sport management, business education (5-adult), and general math-algebra I (5-9) major Howard ‘Trey’ Meeks, III of Saint Marys (Pleasants County), West Virginia; business major Connie Roberts of Sutton (Braxton County), West Virginia; accounting and management major Casey Toler of Heaters (Braxton County), West Virginia; and accounting and management major Kyle Warner of Gassaway (Braxton County), West Virginia.

GSC Department of Criminal Justice Assistant Professor Kelly Treece presented departmental awards to the following criminal justice students: corrections and law enforcement major Trent Moats of Franklin (Pendleton County), West Virginia and investigative science and technology and law enforcement major Garrett Rinehart of Cumberland, Maryland.

GSC Department of Education Chair and Associate Professor Dr. Kevin Cain presented departmental awards to the following education students:  elementary education (K-6) and early education (PreK-K) major Katelyn Lake of Hacker Valley (Webster County), West Virginia; health and physical education (PreK-adult) major Tate Linder of Mineral Wells (Wood County), West Virginia; elementary education (K-6) and early education (PreK-K) major Loretta ‘Nikki’ Whytsell of Grantsville (Calhoun County), West Virginia; and elementary education (K-6) and multi-categorical special education (K-6) major Katherine Williams of Spencer (Roane County), West Virginia.

GSC Department of Fine Arts Chair and Assistant Professor Mr. Lloyd Bone presented departmental awards to the following fine arts students:  studio art major Amanda Wallbrown of Rosedale (Braxton County), West Virginia; bluegrass music major Ryan Spangenberg of Madison, Ohio; and music education (PreK-adult) major Brittany McGuire of Mount Hope (Fayette County), West Virginia.

GSC Department of Land Resources Chair and Professor Dr. Milan Vavrek presented departmental awards to the following land resources students:  natural resource management and applied science major Adrian Patterson of Glenville (Gilmer County), West Virginia; forest technology major Jonathan Rhodes of Leroy (Jackson County), West Virginia; natural resource management and land surveying technology major David Chestnut of Belle (Kanawha County), West Virginia; and natural resource management and landman technology major Brandon Abbott of Gandeeville (Roane County), West Virginia.

GSC Department of Language and Literature Chair and Associate Professor Mr. Wayne de Rosset presented departmental awards to the following language and literature students:  English education (5-adult) major Katrina Adkins of Clay (Clay County), West Virginia; English education (5-adult) major Jacob Clevenger of Smithville (Ritchie County), West Virginia; and English and Psychology/Sociology major Megan Rollins of Gassaway (Braxton County), West Virginia.

GSC Department of Science and Mathematics Chair and Assistant Professor Dr. Gary Morris presented departmental awards to the following science and math students:  mathematics education (5-adult) major Kathryn Younts of Nettie (Nicholas County), West Virginia; biology major (with a chemistry minor) Morgan Scarpellini of Hamlin (Lincoln County), West Virginia; and chemistry major (with a math and physics minor) Dennis Harvey of Mill Creek (Randolph County), West Virginia.

GSC Department of Social Science Chair and Associate Professor Dr. Ed Wood presented departmental awards to the following social science students:  behavioral science major (with a social work minor) Amanda Abramovich of Auburn (Ritchie County), West Virginia; history and political science major (with a business minor) Christopher Rhodes of Gassaway (Braxton County), West Virginia; and social studies education (5-adult) Hunter McWhorter of Horner (Lewis County), West Virginia.

GSC Athletic Director Mrs. Janet Bailey presented awards to the following student athletes:  biology major (with chemistry a minor) and softball player Morgan Scarpellini of Hamlin, West Virginia and accounting and management major and football player Kyle Warner of Gassaway, West Virginia.

GSC Dean of Student Life Mr. Duane Chapman presented the following student life awards:  Outstanding Student Organization Award to criminal justice honorary Sigma Pi Xi; Outstanding Student Organization Leader Award to Sigma Pi Xi President Jonna Strickland of Cairo (Ritchie County), West Virginia; and Outstanding Student Organization Advisor Awards to Early Education Student Group advisors Mrs. Connie Stout-O’Dell and Mrs. Shelly Ratliff.

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Lauren Wheatley to Play Volleyball at GSC

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Glenville State College is happy to announce Lauren Wheatley as the latest addition to the Pioneers volleyball program

Tampa, Fla. – Glenville State College is happy to announce Lauren Wheatley as the latest addition to the Pioneers volleyball program.  Wheatley was a standout performer at T.R. Robinson High School where she played under head coach Christen Garcia.  Wheatley was a three year starter at Robinson where she played the position of middle hitter.

As a senior, Wheatley played a key role in the Robinson volleyball team winning its third straight district title also earning the team’s first Regional Championship and State Semi-Final berth since 1978.  The Knights finished 6-0 in division 5A district 9 play.

“It was the 3rd District championship for Lauren and our senior class, who also won as sophomores,” Coach Garcia said. “Their leadership has been essential to our success.”  Robinson ended up finishing the regular season with a 14-14 overall record. Lauren enjoyed a strong senior year as she tallied 177 kills, 46 blocks, 20 digs and 40 aces. Lauren was named as the Robinson Offensive Player of the Year and received an All-County Team honorable mention.

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Walker to Run Track, Cross Country at Glenville State

Women's Track and Cross Country
Central senior Emily Walker, center, signs her letter of intent to run cross country and track at Glenville State College on Wednesday alongside her mother, Sherri Walker, and Central High School assistant principal Morgan Saeler. Brad Fauber/Daily

Woodstock, Va. - Central senior Emily Walker could have never predicted the positive impact that taking up cross country would have on her life when she started the sport back in seventh grade.

Walker simply enjoys everything about it. The friendships she’s made, the lasting experiences, the competition — those are all things that she cherishes from her high school cross country career.

“I never thought that a sport could change my life as much as it did, until I started running,” Walker said. “It just became something that I really enjoyed doing.”

Walker decided that the sport was simply too invigorating to give up when she graduates from Central next month, and she guaranteed herself at least a few more years of cross country by signing to run for Division II Glenville State College next school year.

“I’ve done it forever, for six years. I love it and I want to continue doing it because I can’t see myself not doing it,” Walker said after a brief signing ceremony at Central High School on Wednesday evening.

Walker’s interest in Glenville State, which is located midway between Morgantown and Charleston, West Virginia, happened by chance. Walker said she was attending a college fair last year at Central and noticed the school’s booth while waiting in line to speak with a representative from George Mason University.

Walker, who wants to major in criminal justice, was sold on Glenville State after chatting with the college’s representative.

“He looked at me and he said, ‘What do you want to major in?’ I told him and he was like, ‘Do you want to be doing experiments or do you want to have to watch from a big class.’ And I was like, ‘I want a hands-on experience,’” Walker recalled.

Walker’s decision was made even easier when the school offered her an athletic scholarship worth $11,000. Between that scholarship, a pell grant and the honor’s program, Walker’s education will be entirely paid for.

“I’m proud of her. Super proud of her,” Walker’s mother, Sherri Walker, said. “If someone would’ve told me that I would have a kid that would get an athletic scholarship, I probably would’ve laughed. Let alone an honors scholarship — that’s just as big.”

It became fully apparent that Emily Walker — who will also compete on Glenville State’s track and field team — was making the correct choice when she visited the school last July.

“The campus was gorgeous,” Walker said. “I really loved the area down there.”

Emily Walker said she met with Glenville State athletic director Janet Bailey and former cross country/track and field coach Cam Perry during her first visit. Bailey impressed Walker — who attended Strasburg High School for the first half of her high school career — by remembering Strasburg and Glenville State graduate Lloyd Willis, who was a track and field standout at Strasburg in the early 1980s.

“You don’t get that at bigger schools,” Emily Walker said.

Glenville State competes in the newly formed Mountain East Conference, which consists primarily of schools from the now defunct West Virginia Intercollegiate Athletic Conference. The Pioneers finished ninth in the MEC cross country championships this past fall, and the track and field team placed sixth out of seven teams in the conference championship meet this past weekend.

This past fall, Walker competed for Central for the first time in cross country, and noted the Falcons’ win in the Bull Run District meet as a highlight of the season. Walker placed 22nd in the Conference 28 meet by turning in a time of 21:49.80 on the Falcons’s home course, and 55th (23:39) in the Region 3A East meet at Culpeper High School.

Walker also runs the 800-meter, 1,600-meter, 3,200-meter, 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles for the Falcons’ track and field team.

“She’s not afraid to try anything and work hard at it and do whatever it takes to help the team,” Central cross country coach and assistant track coach Melissa Wright said.

“This year, especially, she was our solid number five runner for us [in cross country] and you knew you could count on her to always be there for you. Her consistency, it’s nice to have that too.

“It’s exciting to see Emily continue her running. We haven’t had a lot of Central runners recently go on to run in college.”

By: Brad Fauber (The Northern Virginia Daily News and Sports)

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GSC Criminal Justice Summer Camp Being Planned

For Immediate Release: April 14, 2014
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Glenville State College
Glenville, West Virginia
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Glenville, WV- With summer just around the corner, final preparations are being made for the annual Glenville State College Criminal Justice Summer Camp. The four-day event will take place June 15th through June 19th. Organizers say it is a perfect opportunity for students in grades nine through twelve to get an in-depth look at what goes on at crime scenes and in the criminal justice system.

“The 2014 Glenville State College Criminal Justice Camp will teach the students a basic understanding of crime scene investigation. Hands-on activities will allow them to process a crime scene, develop suspects, and prosecute the suspects in a mock court proceeding,” said GSC Center for Criminal Justice Studies Lab Director Ron Taylor.

Taylor instructing campers on how to take fingerprints

Taylor instructing campers on how to take fingerprints

“This years camp will incorporate sessions and demonstrations from various agencies from around the state. Campers can use that information to help determine which of those fields they may want to pursue as a future career,” said Taylor.

Groups scheduled to take part in the camp include:  West Virginia State Police members with their Crime Scene Response Truck, West Virginia Division of Natural Resources representatives with their patrol boat, U.S. Fish and Wildlife Services personnel to demonstrate man tracking, West Virginia National Guard members to teach proper firearms handling and physical agility, and an underwater recovery team to teach scuba diving.

Tuition is $350 and will cover food, housing, and camp supplies.

To register or for more information, contact Taylor at Ronald.Taylor@glenville.edu or (304) 462-3090 or call Marissa Fox at (304) 462-6280.

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Lady Pioneers Win NCAA DII Women’s Basketball Statistical Champion

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Jessica Parsons is the 2013-14 NCAA Division II statistical champion for Assist/Turnover Ratio with a 4.09 ratio

Glenville, W.Va. - The Glenville State Lady Pioneers basketball team racked up several awards and honors this year, they finished the 2013-14 season with a 29-4 record and not only did they win the Mountain East Conference (MEC) Regular Season Championship but they also won the MEC Conference Tournament Championship and now they have won 2013-14 Division II women’s basketball statistical champion for Scoring Offense, Three-Point Field Goals Per Game, Turnover Margin, Fewest Turnovers Per Game and Assist/Turnover Ratio.

Senior point guard Jessica Parsons is the 2013-14 NCAA Division II statistical champion for Assist/Turnover Ratio.

Glenville State led the nation in Scoring Offense as they scored 97.2 points per game. The Lady Pioneers also led the nation in Three-Point Field Goals Per Game as they averaged 11.6 per game.

GSC led the nation in Turnover Margin with 12.48 per game, they also committed the fewest turnovers per game with 11.1 per game which also led the nation, and last they led the nation in Assist/Turnover Ratio with a 1.52 ratio.

Jessica Parsons also led the nation in Assist/Turnover Ratio as she 135 assists this season and only committed 33 turnovers for a 4.09 ratio.

Congratulations to the Lady Pioneers for these outstanding accomplishments.

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Rust to give Keynote Address at 140th GSC Commencement

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE: May 7, 2014

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GLENVILLE, WV – President and Chief Executive Officer of the Kentucky Hospital Association and 1973 Glenville State College graduate Michael Rust is scheduled to be the keynote speaker at the 140th Glenville State College Commencement.  The ceremony will take place on Saturday, May 10, 2014 at 10:00 a.m. in GSC’s new Waco Center which is located on Mineral Road in Glenville.

Rust is the President and Chief Executive Officer of the Kentucky Hospital Association. The organization is made up of 131 hospitals and health systems across the state of Kentucky. Additionally, he serves as President and CEO of the organization’s four subsidiary corporations. Rust was also honored as GSC’s Alumnus of the Year in 2013.

Glenville State College’s Class of 2014 is made up of more than 220 students who have completed their degree requirements in July 2013, December 2013, and May 2014. The graduates come from several counties throughout West Virginia as well as nine other states (California, Florida, Illinois, Indiana, Maryland, Michigan, New York, Ohio, and Virginia) and Serbia.

For more information on the 2014 GSC Commencement, click here or call (304) 462-4115.

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2014 Winners of Student Art Show Announced

For Immediate Release: April 29, 2014

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Glenville State College
Glenville, WV
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GNEVNILLE, WV—The winners of the 7th annual Glenville State College Juried Student Art Show have been announced.

“We had a great amount of entries this year for our annual art show. Every year this show gets more and more competitive,” said GSC Assistant Professor of Art Liza Brenner.

The winning submissions for this year’s show were announced during the opening reception on March 27th. This year’s winners were: GSC senior studio art major Amanda Wallbrown from Rosedale (Braxton County), West Virginia who won the Provost’s Award; GSC sophomore general studies major Shaley Murray from Weston (Lewis County), West Virginia who won first place and the Juror’s Award; GSC sophomore graphics and digital media major Jazmin Gordon from Saint Albans (Kanawha County), West Virginia who won second place and the Linda Abraham Memorial Award; GSC sophomore general studies major Heather Chambers from Parsons (Tucker County), West Virginia who won third place; and GSC senior studio art major Ryan Singleton from Burnsville (Braxton County), West Virginia who took home an honorable mention.

“I am very excited to have won the Provost’s Award. I put a lot of effort into my piece. It is made entirely from newspaper and took over twenty-five hours to complete,” said Wallbrown.

Mary Ellen Chapman, Diana Frank, and GSC Professor Emerita Dr. Deanna Foxworthy were jurors for the event. They said, “The quality of the works submitted overall made the decision making process a challenge and our congratulations go to all entries.”
The show ran from March 17th until April 17th in the GSC Fine Arts Galley.  For more information, contact GSC Associate Professor of Art Liza Brenner at (304) 462-6346.

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