Kevin Clark, Class of 2009, will be honored with West Virginia University Potomac State College’s “Young Alumni Award” in recognition of his accomplishments.
West Virginia University Potomac State College will recognize various individuals during Homecoming festivities this fall. Among those being honored at the awards banquet on September 28th is Tara Hulsey, who will be recognized with the Distinguished Service Award.
Tara Hulsey PhD, RN, CNE, FAAN is the vice president of Health Promotion and Wellness for West Virginia University and the dean of the WVU School of Nursing.
WVU Potomac State College offers busy Homecoming weekend
Mark your calendars for West Virginia University Potomac State College’s 2019 Homecoming and Family Weekend, to be held Friday, Sept. 27 through Saturday, Sept. 28. A variety of activities and events have been scheduled for Family Weekend, Discover PSC Day and the annual Alumni Awards Banquet.
“I am thrilled to announce that George Grove and I have teamed up with Jerry Siggins, a fabulous lead baritone, to form a new trio, the Folk Legacy Trio (briefly called, The Folk Legends)” says Rick Dougherty.
“George and I were most recently members of the Kingston Trio; George was with them for a few weeks short of 41 years, and I for 12. Jerry was a member of the Dapper Dans, the famous barbershop quartet that performed at Disneyland for 15 years in California, Florida and Tokyo. He then sang for five years with an Irish band, and for the past 27 years he has been singing lead with the famous 50s group, The Diamonds. Jerry brings all that experience and his wonderful voice to the new trio and we can't wait for you to hear how those harmonies ring out,” says Dougherty.
WVU Potomac State College will host a Discover Day open house event Saturday, Sept. 28, from 9 a.m. to 1:30 p.m. on the campus in Keyser, W.Va. An assortment of engaging activities and events are scheduled to give students the opportunity to experience college first-hand. For further information, contact the Office of Enrollment Services at 304-788-6820 or at email@example.com
Local musicians in the Pan Jammin’ Steel Drum Band will usher in the new season for Highland Arts Unlimited with a free concert at 6:30 p.m., Thursday, Aug. 22 at the Church-McKee Arts Center on the campus of Potomac State College in Keyser.
Even if you’ve taken the class before, there are still things to learn. West Virginia University Potomac State College will once again offer the continuing education course, “ Stepping into Grapes and Grains” this fall.
PSC Professors Donna Ballard and Tom Sydow will explore and present the basic knowledge and skills associated with the home production of wines and beers as participants have fun learning the fundamentals of fermentation, the availability of grapes and other fruits, and the difference between wine, lagers and ales.
West Virginia University Potomac State College’s Jim Walton, head softball coach and women’s basketball coach and assistant athletic director, announced he will retire this month.
from all three West Virginia University campuses – Beckley, Keyser and
Morgantown, recently traveled to Quebec City, Canada for an international
experience in learning. Students taking
part in the trip included, front row
Dewitt, Jason Lehosit, Falon Snodgrass, Hope Marling, Kyla Thorn, and Katie
Shreve; middle row: Nima Shahab Shahmir, Christian Johnson, Jaxon Miller, and Victoria
Prisby; back row: Maggie Canoy, Olivia Lee, Virag Martin, Rebecca Cyr, Emma
Blair, and Bethany Roberts.
Charlotte, N.C. – The National Junior College Athletic Association recently announced the recognition of 16 West Virginia University Potomac State College athletes with All-Academic honors.
To be recognized on an NJCAA All-Academic team, student-athletes must maintain a 3.6 grade-point average (GPA) or above on a 4.0 scale while completing two full-time semesters. There are three NJCAA All-Academic teams: First-Team (4.00 GPA), Second-Team (3.80 to 3.99 GPA) and Third-Team (3.60 to 3.79 GPA).