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Trillium Deadline Extended

Trillium Deadline Extended

Calling all writers, prose and poetry, calling artists of all medium, the Trillium, a yearly publication of the Glenville State College English department has extended it’s deadline until February 28, 2015.  A student publication, the Trillium invites all GSC students, staff, faculty, alumni and community members to submit their visual art, poetry, fiction, song lyrics, and other creative expression.  Please send submissions as an attachment (.doc, .rtf., or .pdf) to Trillium@Glenville.edu. Visuals should be attached in .jpg, .png, .bmp, or .gif format. Please include a [...]



I see England, I see Italy

I see England, I see Italy

  The Study Abroad Program at Glenville State College is geared toward letting students not only  travel the world but to be informed of , understand , and appreciate other cultures. The program has taken previous trips to Canada and Italy. The program will soon be traveling to Costa Rica and China in the summer. Students and faculty who have went to previous destinations have not just seen beautiful scenery but have  interacted with other educational intuitions as well as other groups. If a student wishes [...]



GSC Students Present at National Writng Conference

GSC Students Present at National Writng Conference

Glenville State College students and professors recently presented their work at the International Writing Centers Association (IWCA) and the National Council of Peer Tutors of Writing (NCPTW) during a joint three-day conference held at Walt Disney World’s Coronado Springs Resort in Florida. Assistant Professors of English Dr. Marjorie Stewart and Dr. Melody Wise along with students Larissa DeLuca and Annetta Snyder, both of whom are English education majors, presented a 75-minute session titled ‘The Grass Roots Writers’ Center: How Does Our Garden Grow?’.  Their presentation [...]



Cultural Diversity

Cultural Diversity

Cultural Diversity has been going on for several semesters here at Glenville State College. As we are in a rural area many students have not had a lot of exposure to other cultures and these events hope to solve that problem.  Glenville State is going to do at least two cultural events each month to help educate the students on the different cultures and diversities of the world.  One of the activities is taking place today. (Jan. 22) This is a Martin Luther King Jr. [...]



GSC Will Hold First December Commencement

GSC Will Hold First December Commencement

Glenville State College will conduct its first full winter commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. on Saturday, December 13 in GSC’s Fine Arts Center Auditorium.  In the past, students who completed their degree requirements at the end of the fall term were honored at a recognition ceremony in December and were then encouraged to return to GSC the following May to participate in the formal commencement. The December ceremony makes participation much easier for students who, in many cases would have difficulty attending a spring event [...]



Finals Schedule

Final Examinations will begin on Monday, December 8 and will continue through Thursday, December11 as outlined below.   Students in courses having multiple sections must take the examination at the time scheduled for the section in which they are enrolled.   The final examination for an arranged class, including web-based courses, may be given during the week prior to the final examination period.   In case of a conflict in the schedule, the instructor concerned should see the Department Chairperson and the Provost about special [...]



GSC Announces Pioneer Showcase

GSC Announces Pioneer Showcase

As you go on your Thanksgiving break and the semester comes to a close with all the hassles of  finals, be thinking about the Pioneer Showcase that is being held on April 21, 2015.  Dr. Sallie Anglin says that the Pioneer Showcase is a yearly exhibition of academic pursuits of students at Glenville State College. It is multi-disciplinary and all departments are represented.  Dr. Anglin says last year there were presentations from language and literature, science, psychology, land resources, speech, mock trial, music, graphic design [...]



GSC Holds Mother Jones Presentation

“Mother Jones: A Presentation on the Life of Mary Harris,” was sponsored by  the Glenville State College Department of Social Science with a grant from the West Virginia Humanities Council and played to a full house on Thursday, November 13.  Dr. Mike Gherke started the program off by introducing the presenter and giving a little background on the actor and who she was portraying. Gherke also said that he first seen this production in Morgantown 15-20 years ago. The presenter was Karen Vuranch from Fayetteville. She has [...]



GSC Presents Mother Jones

GSC Presents Mother Jones

On Thursday November 13, Glenville State College Department of Social Science will be presenting “Mother Jones: A Presentation on the Life of Mary Harris.” It will take place at 1:30 p.m. in the MCCC Multipurpose Room, Room 315. Portraying Mother Jones will be Karen Vuranch from Fayetteville, WV. She has played many other famous names in history, including novelist and West Virginia native Pearl S. Buck, chef Julia Child, and children’s author of the famous Little House Series, Laura Ingalls Wilder. Mary Harris was born in [...]



GSC Biology Students Clean Up Little Kanawha River

GSC Biology Students Clean Up Little Kanawha River

Students from Dr. Ross Conover’s Ecology and Field Biology classes, among others, recently went out onto the Little Kanawha River between the Sand Fork Boat Ramp and the Ike Morris Bridge that goes into FCI-Gilmer and spent nine hours cleaning up trash and other assorted debris from the river. At the time they did this the water was shallow  they were able to easily reach in and get the items in the river.  They have nicknamed themselves the “Little Kanawha Navy.” They also removed trash [...]