For the third consecutive year, Emmanuel College is again certified as an NAIA 5 Star Champions of Character Institution for the 2011-12 school year.
Emmanuel has received this recognition every year since the initiative began in 2009.
As the Southern States Athletic Conference (SSAC) names their annual Fall Sports All-Academic Team on October 23, Emmanuel College tops the list with 33 student athletes earning this prestigious honor.
In 2011-12, Emmanuel had 25 student athletes who made the All-Academic Team for the entire year.
Emmanuel College welcomes the newest local chapter of Beta Beta Beta (TriBeta), a national honor society for biology students.
Founded in 1922 with more than 550 chapters to date, TriBeta is dedicated to improving the understanding and appreciation of biological study and extending boundaries of human knowledge through scientific research.
“TriBeta recognizes the very best science students at Emmanuel College and gives these outstanding students another outlet to serve the campus and community,” says Dr. Brian Peek, Chair of Natural Sciences at Emmanuel.
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Pause: The Secret to a Better Life One Word at a Time
A degree in English fosters strong communication skills that will prepare graduates for a variety of careers. Some of the most common careers for English majors are listed below.
- Technical Writer
- Creative writer
- Journalist (Newspaper/Magazine Writing)
- Screen Writer
- Play Writer
- Song Writer
- Web Editor
The terrazzo floor in the common area of Emmanuel’s Roberson Hall won a national honor for David Allen Company in Raleigh, N.C., by the National Terrazzo and Mosaic Association, Inc. (NTMA).
Dr. Deborah Stark, Associate Professor of Music at Emmanuel College, has been selected to participate in the 2012-13 Governor‘s Teaching Fellows (GTF) at the University of Georgia.
Established in 1995 by Gov. Zell Miller, GTF works to improve the quality of instruction offered at all colleges and universities in Georgia by moving faculty members to the leading edge of instructional practice. New teaching techniques are vital in today’s colleges because technology is constantly changing.
The skills that you will acquire in your School of Education major will assist in preparing you for these careers and others.