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SGA Expands Partnership with Meals on Wheels; Community Service Exemplified by Student Leaders

Left to Right: Zach Thomas '12, Terri Dennis (Director of Meals-onWheels), Ines Speranda '10 and Nicholas Shumate '11.

When it comes to making a positive impact within the community, members of the Limestone College Student Government Association believe in putting their money where their mouths are.

After stepping forward in December to financially provide food via Cherokee County Meals on Wheels to a person for a month, the group has upped the ante by purchasing meals for the next two months.

The catch? Funding for the meals is coming not from any SGA or college related budget; rather it is coming from the pockets of SGA members themselves.

Nice Guys Do Not Finish Last; Limestone Junior Selected for Prestigious Science Program

Cedric Williams '11

While many of his peers will be spending their summer days on wave-lapped beaches, Limestone College Cedric Williams '11 will be hard at work in the lab. And that's the way he wants it.

Williams, who majors in biology,  is one of only a handful of students from throughout the region selected to participate in the 24th Annual Ronald E. McNair Post-Baccalaureate Achievement Program which lasts from May through June at Winthrop University.
Recital by Scott Price

Dr. Scott Price

Limestone College will host a recital by renowned pianist Dr. Scott Price on Tuesday, February 23rd at 7:30 Carroll Recital Hall. Price serves at the University of South Carolina as Professor of Piano, coordinator of the university's Piano Pedagogy Program and Coordinator of Group Piano. The recital is free and open to the public.

As part of his recital, Price will perform selections from Frédéric Chopin and Robert Schumann in honor of the bicentennial birthdays of both composers who were born in 1810. He will also perform works by Chopin and Erik Satie.
Limestone Professor Receives Technology Grant from McGraw-Hill
Dr. Russ Meade

Dr. Russ Meade, Business Law Preceptor at Limestone College, has received a Tegrity Grant from McGraw-Hill, publisher of college textbooks worldwide.

The Tegrity grant program is designed to help educators experience a new technology and to reveal its value for student learning through usage.

Meade will utilize the grant to produce video, audio and interactive web tools for use in his courses. Via state-of-the-art technology, he will broadcast his courses through streaming video to his students who can access them from any corner of the world. Students, in turn, will be able to broadcast their questions through video and audio, and receive immediate feedback.

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