News 2001

Concord College Leads State Institutions in Sexual Assault Education Programs

  • For Immediate Release:
    Sunday, June 24, 2001
    Concord College is the first public institution in West Virginia’s Higher Education Policy Commission (group of colleges and universities) to form a so-called “Sexual Assault Response Team”...

All Shook Up: Concord College Prof Writes Book on Rock and Roll

  • For Immediate Release:
    Sunday, June 24, 2001
    Concord College Professor of Sociology Carson Holloway’s first book, All Shook Up, is shaking up the way Americans view their music...

Concord College Professor Receives ‘Bernath Article Prize’

  • For Immediate Release:
    Tuesday, June 12, 2001
    Concord College Associate Professor of History Dr. Joseph Manzione was recently awarded the Bernath Article Prize 2000...

Powell Scholarship Helps Concord College Student

  • For Immediate Release:
    Tuesday, June 12, 2001
    Based on a desire to help deserving, non-traditional West Virginia students, Skip Powell, CEO of Powell, Inc., Barboursville, W.Va., presented a full scholarship to Concord College student Tena Harper...

West Virginia Student Named ‘Outstanding Tutor’ at Concord College

  • For Immediate Release:
    Tuesday, June 12, 2001
    The “Outstanding Tutor of the Year Award” was presented to William Jason Fryer of Swiss, West Virginia, and to Patzi Dvoiatchka of Blagoevgrad, Bulgaria, in March 2001...

Carillon Concert at Concord College

  • For Immediate Release:
    Sunday, June 10, 2001
    Melodies of summer and sound will echo through Athens, West Virginia, next month when Concord College hosts guest carillonneur John Courter...

Barnette Scholarship Established at Concord to Benefit Social Science Majors

  • For Immediate Release:
    Wednesday, June 6, 2001
    The Concord College Foundation, Inc. announces the establishment of the David Allan Barnette and Cynthia Wegley Barnette Scholarship, in recognition of the important role that Concord College plays in the lives of its graduates...

Light Receives Friedl Award

  • For Immediate Release:
    Wednesday, June 6, 2001
    Dr. Danette B. Light, Professor of Sociology at Concord College, was named the recipient of the Friedl Award in a ceremony taking place in Athens on May 8, 2001...

Civil War Buffs: Concord Prof to Publish Tour Book of Historical Landmarks in New River Valley

  • For Immediate Release:
    Monday, June 4, 2001
    Concord College Professor of History David Bard has a fascination with the Civil War. He has taught history at the College for 35 years and taught Civil War History for the past 30 years...

Who Ordered Rain?

  • For Immediate Release:
    Monday, June 4, 2001
    Eighty-four golfers participated in the 13th annual Concord College Foundation / Homer K. Ball Scholarship Golf Tournament at Pipestem Resort State Park, Friday, June 1, 2001...

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