GSC Land Resources Student Interns at Burnsville Lake
Senior Land Resources student, Brian Carson, is applying what he has learned through his courses to an internship at the U.S. Army Corps of Engineers Burnsville Lake Project with the Student Conservation Association this summer.
Home Grown Initiative Expanding to all 55 Counties
GSC's Home Grown Initiative is focused on prospective teacher identification in the county schools partnered with scholarship support for candidate attendance at GSC, practical experiences, and mentoring during teacher preparation into the start of full-time teaching. The goal is for those students to return to their home counties to student teach and, if available, be able to apply for open positions in their home district.
Marjorie Stewart Featured in Open-Source Textbook
Glenville State College Associate Professor of English Dr. Marjorie Stewart has been featured in a free, open-source textbook for composition courses that has been nearly ten years in the making.
GSC Named Military Friendly School
Glenville State College has been recognized as a 2020 - 2021 Military Friendly School by the Military Friendly® Schools survey, the longest-running and most comprehensive review of college and university investments in serving active duty, reserve and guard service members, veterans, and military spouses.
Wildlife Management Major Coming to GSC
The Glenville State College Department of Land Resources will offer a Wildlife Management major within their Bachelor of Science in Natural Resource Management Program beginning fall 2020.
First Little Kanawha Reading Series Event Happening February 12
The Little Kanawha Reading Series is pleased to present its first literary reading for 2020 on Wednesday, February 12 at the Robert F. Kidd Library on the Glenville State College Campus at 6:00 p.m. The featured readers include Mary Imo-Stike, Lisa Hayes-Minney, and Marjorie Stewart.
GSC Department of Land Resources Receives EQT Grant
The Glenville State College Department of Land Resources has received a $15,000 grant from the EQT Foundation to help promote science education within high schools in West Virginia through the GSC Natural Resource Management High School Program.