Agnes Scott College Announces Development of New Physician Assistant Program
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott College is developing a physician assistant program and announces the appointment of LeAnne Martinelli, DHSc, RPh, PA-C, as program director and professor of physician assistant studies. Dr. Martinelli is president-elect of the Georgia Association of Physician Assistants (GAPA). Previously, she served as a clinical associate professor and…
Three Agnes Scott Seniors Earn Fulbright Scholarships
Three Agnes Scott College students have been selected as Fulbright Finalists. Sukainah Abid-Kons ’23, MJ Jones ’23 and Karen Seaver ’23 have each been offered a grant and await the finalization of their terms of award as determined by the Fulbright U.S. Student Program. What connects the different majors of…
The Atlanta Alumnae Chapter – a Renaissance in the Making
Last August, three Agnes Scott friends–Janet Bolen Joiner ’73, Lynn Ezell ’74 and Marcia Krape Knight ’73–gathered at Lynn’s home in the mountains of western North Carolina. It was a girlfriends’ overnight before joining fellow Scotties at the annual alumnae luncheon in the Highlands/Cashiers area. While together, the three brainstormed…
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In celebration of Women’s History Month, WABE–Atlanta’s national public radio station–recently partnered with Agnes Scott College to bring together prominent women in media and students for a conversation about bold ideas, leading change in a global world, impacting our local communities and thriving in professional environments.
Claiming the Future One Vote at a Time
Agnes Scott College students have been recognized for their civic engagement multiple times during the 2022-23 academic year. Scotties don’t shy away from challenging issues, they lean into them. They always have. While Agnes Scott prepares its students to claim their place in the world, community leadership and activism remain…
Agnes Scott College Welcomes Nicole Long as Vice President for Finance and Administration
DECATUR, Ga.—Agnes Scott College today announced Nicole Long will become vice president for finance and administration effective April 10, 2023. As chief financial officer, she will oversee the college’s finances; accounting, facilities, and dining operations; institutional technology; and public safety. Long brings a wealth of experience in finance, planning and…
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Agnes Scott Receives $1M in Federal Funding to Prepare Students for Global Workforce
Congresswoman Nikema Williams (GA-05) visited the College on March 21 to deliver the good news.
Faculty Friday Spotlight: February 2023
Two Agnes Scott professors receive an arts grant, Larry Riddle cross-stitches to Boston and the newest faculty publications announced.
Faculty Friday Spotlight: December 2022
Erin Bradley selected to a research program, Jennifer Larimore shares news student research and more in the December Faculty Friday Spotlight.
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Agnes Scott College Receives $1M Grant from The Delta Air Lines Foundation for Global Journeys
Decatur, Ga. -Agnes Scott College announced today that it will receive a $1 million grant from The Delta Air Lines Foundation. This grant will be designated for the college’s Global Journeys – part of a curricular and co-curricular four-year experience called SUMMIT. As part of SUMMIT, 100 percent of Agnes…