“Breakneck Julius Caesar” Performance Coming to GSC
Glenville State College Theatre and the Glenville State College Foundation will present acclaimed performance artist Tim Mooney of the Tim Mooney Repertory Company in his solo performance of Shakespeare’s Julius Caesar, titled “Breakneck Julius Caesar.”
GSC Department of Language and Literature to Hold Annual Trillium Reading
The Glenville State College Department of Language and Literature will host the 2019 annual Trillium reading on Wednesday, April 24, at 4:00 p.m. at the Pioneer Stage. The event will feature works of poetry, music, and an open mic session. The Pioneer Stage is located at 10 East Main Street.
GSC Employee Reappointed to WV Humanities Council
Glenville State College archivist and reference librarian Jason Gum has been reelected to serve another three-year term on the program committee for the West Virginia Humanities Council. Gum will serve from June 1, 2019 through June 1, 2022.
Jason Barr to be Published in Music Education Journal
Glenville State College Assistant Professor of Music and Director of Woodwinds and Jazz Studies, Dr. Jason Barr, will be published in an upcoming issue of Teaching Music, a magazine that provides music educators with a forum to collaborate and become more effective teachers.
Glenville State College and Webster County Schools Sign Agreement to Reduce Time to College Degree Completion for High School Students
Glenville State College has offered dual credit courses at schools throughout West Virginia for years, but seniors have never been able to graduate from high school and college simultaneously – until now. At a signing ceremony held Friday, March 22, GSC representatives joined Webster County School administrators and staff to formally acknowledge a new agreement.