Mrs. Baty graduated from the University of North Georgia in Dahlonega, Georgia with a B.S. and Master's degree in Secondary Math Education. She taught math 3 years at Centennial High School in Fulton County before she and her husband moved to Franklin County in 2000. She is in her 17th year of teaching math at Franklin County High School. She lives in Carnesville with her husband and 2 children.
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In her 12 years at Emmanuel College, Dr. Sherry Story and her story have impacted the lives of many Emmanuel students and staff members. The passion that she has for teaching and sharing God’s word with students makes her this week’s Faculty Staff Spotlight.
Please join us this Thursday, September 1st at 7:30p.m. at Taylor Chapel, as Daniel Maltz, a former piano student of Carol White, wife of Emmanuel College President, Dr. Ron White, will give a free piano recital.
A concert pianist based in Vienna, Austria, Mr. Maltz was born in Lexington, South Carolina, and is a citizen of both Israel and the United States.
As Emmanuel College approaches its 100th Anniversary in 2019, Dr. Ron White, EC President, said his hope for Emmanuel College through the next 100 years is to take its place on the world stage as a difference maker. One way he hopes to achieve this is through creating a culture of service at Emmanuel through a program called EC Serve.
Poet Robert Frost says in the last stanza of his ever famous poem, “The Road Not Taken,” the following words: …
As the incoming freshmen class at Emmanuel College prepares for their first day of classes, incoming freshmen and member of the EC Swim Team, Alex Sobers will be pursuing his lifelong dream—winning an Olympic gold medal.
A native of Bridgetown, Barbados, Sobers will represent his home country and compete in the men’s 400-meter freestyle during the Rio games (August 5-21), making him the first student athlete from Emmanuel College to compete in the Olympics.
Nationwide, thousands of students seek to enter each year into physical therapy programs. In fact, more students apply for admission to Doctorate of Physical Therapy (DPT) programs than to admission to medical school in the United States. This makes competition for admission extremely competitive. Most schools accept ten percent or less of qualified applicants.
Owen Thomason is the course developer and chair for the Diversified Agriculture program at Emmanuel College. Mr. Thomason holds bachelor’s and master’s degrees in Agriculture Education from the University of Georgia, as well as an Education Specialist advanced degree from Clemson University. He has 31 years of teaching experience and is well known throughout the Southeast agriscience community.He is a member of the National FFA, National Young Farmer’s Association, and a member at Tom’s Creek Baptist Church, among other distinguished organizations.
This week’s faculty/staff spotlight is Lucinda James. Most people see their job as just that. But in Mrs. James's case, she came Emmanuel College with a mission in mind.
Before coming to Emmanuel as an employee, Mrs. James and her husband, Tim, were pastoring Daniel Tabernacle in Royston, Ga. However, they were not living in this area at the time, so they drove from Atlanta to Royston every Tuesday and Sunday to carry out the mission God had for them in this area.