These bosom buddies represent just a few of the Gordon State College staff who, on Friday, purchased pink ribbons in recognition of Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The money raised through the sale of the ribbons will be given to the Gordon State College Relay for Life Team. Supporting the effort are, from left, front row, Jackie Lovejoy, Kecia Bennett, Nicole Williams, back row, Crystal Cato, Carlous Plummer, Sharon Ellis and Terri Moody.
Gordon State College Chemistry professor Richard Schmude met with Newman Club members (l-r) Carey Lisk, Austin Corbin, Andrew Jones, Gwenevere Gilliland, and Mark Johnson to organize food items recently collected from across campus. The food items will be given to Hope Tree Ministries in Barnesville. The Newman Club will soon begin its annual winter and blanket drive across campus.
Floyd Davis, Gordon ’41, visits with Natalie Rischbieter, alumni affairs and annual fund administrator, during a recent visit to campus to donate several mounted fish to the Gordon State College Biology Department. Davis, who came to Gordon in 1938 when he was just 14, served in World War II and decided while on a medical transport ship that he would attend medical school and practice ophthalmology. He did just that, maintaining a practice in Fayette County for many years.
“We were so happy to have Mr. Davis visit campus and appreciate his wonderful gift,” said Rischbieter.
The Gordon State College Association of Nursing Students and the American Red Cross are sponsoring a blood drive on campus Wednesday, Sept. 24 from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. in Alumni Memorial Hall. [Full Story »]
If your plan to earn a college degree was delayed by work, family or other responsibilities, Gordon State College is offering two opportunities to learn about earning a bachelor’s degree in human services through its innovative Weekend College.
Gordon State College is sad to announce the death of Lynnette Smyth, professor of economics.
Smyth became ill early Sunday morning and died Sunday evening at a local hospital.
“Gordon State College extends its deepest sympathies to Lynnette's husband, Mark, her family and friends as well as her campus associates, friends and students,” said Gordon State College President Max Burns.
Smyth joined the Gordon State College faculty in 2000. She earned her undergraduate degree at the University of Tennessee, Master’s at the University of Missouri and Ph.D. at Rutgers University.
She and her husband made their home in Barnesville.