Bringing the Past to Life: Geography Professor, Student Study on Historic Southern Plantations Armstrong to Host Inaugural Mark Finlay Memorial Lecture 2015 Spring Commencement to Take Place on Saturday, May 9
Bringing the Past to Life: Geography Professor, Student Study on Historic Southern Plantations
Armstrong Assistant Professor of Geography Amy Potter is helping bring the past to life.
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Armstrong to Host Inaugural Mark Finlay Memorial Lecture
Award-winning pianist, author and conservationist Chuck Leavell will deliver a lecture on Friday, May 1.
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2015 Spring Commencement to Take Place on Saturday, May 9
Armstrong will host the 2015 Spring Commencement Ceremony on Saturday, May 9.
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  • Ellen Whitford, Secondary, Adult and Physical Education Ellen Whitford, Secondary, Adult and Physical Education
    By invitation, Ellen Whitford, is serving as a member of the Scientific Committee of the International Conference on Education and New Developments 2015. Members of the Scientific Committee are responsible for planning the program for the conference and reviewing proposals for conference presentations. This event is scheduled to take place in Porto, Portugal, in June [...]
  • Amy Potter, History Amy Potter, History
    Amy E. Potter is an editor for the book, Social Memory and Heritage Tourism Methodologies, published by Routledge in February of 2015. In addition to serving as an editor, she co-authored the introduction and wrote a chapter, “The Commons as a Tourist Commodity: Mapping Memories and Changing Sense of Place on the Island of Barbuda.”
  • Randall Reese, Art, Music & Theatre Randall Reese, Art, Music & Theatre
    Randall Reese was commissioned to arrange Gershwin’s “I Got Rhythm” for the performance of the Spivey Hall Children’s Choir from Morrow, Ga., at the national convention of the American Choral Directors Association in Salt Lake City, Utah, on February 23. The premiere performances were in the Mormon Tabernacle and Abravanel Hall (home of the Utah [...]
  • Migos: The Big Show and the Small Crowd
    By Lila Miller, Staff Writer How much of our tuition goes into getting big acts and small crowds? Migos has a nefarious reputation with records of vio […]
  • The Last Opening Day
    By Berry Aldridge, Sports Editor “The one constant through all the years, Ray, has been baseball. America has rolled by like an army of steamrollers. […]
  • TechFest Showcases Student Talent
    By Tyrone Townsend, Staff Writer On April 17, students and business professionals of technology connect during Tech Fest about the state of technology […]
  • Armstrong Golf Finishes in Top Six at PBC Tournament
    By Alex Berg-Capin, Staff Writer The Armstrong golf teams played in the Peach Belt Conference tournament that started on April 17 and was hosted by La […]

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