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Sponsor Group:  Winthrop University International Center
Contact Name:  Lindsey Hill

International Center 'Volunteers' for Students

Winthrop has 194 international students on campus this semester. Many faculty and staff members have asked the International Center how they can help welcome these students to campus, be it inviting them to their home for a meal or driving them to the airport. If you are interested in being a "volunteer," please e-mail Lindsey Hill at hilll@winthrop.edu or call her at 803/323-2133.


Sponsor Group:  Campus Police
Price:  $25

2014-15 Parking Stickers Available

Faculty and staff can now purchase the 2014-15 parking stickers. The cost of the permit is $25 with a limit of two per person.

Permits can be purchased online and mailed to your home or picked up at Campus Police. All disabled permits must be purchased at Campus Police. Parking office hours are 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

For questions, e-mail Donna Snyder at snyderd@winthrop.edu or call her at 803/323-2553.


Sponsor Group:  Human Resources
Date:  11/14/2014
Location:
Plowden Auditorium

Fall 2014 Regional Retirement Seminars

From the Office of Human Resources:

If you are one year or less away from retirement eligibility, the South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (PEBA) wants to help ensure you have the information you need to make the retirement decisions that are best for you. We offer a one-day retirement seminar designed to answer your questions and more. Presenters from PEBA Retirement and Insurance Benefits, the South Carolina Deferred Compensation Program, and the Social Security Administration will provide you with the information needed to successfully navigate the retirement process. For a list of the fall 2014 regional retirement seminars and to register for one that is near you, visit the website.


Sponsor Group:  Human Resources
Date:  07/01/2014
Payroll Update for Fiscal Year 2014-15

The final phase of the retirement contribution rate increase will occur in the 2014-15 fiscal year. Employees who are currently participating in one of the retirement system programs will see the rate increase in their first pay that occurs on or after July 1. Please see below for the rate increase amount for each retirement system program.
 
•Retirement contribution rate
-South Carolina Retirement System (SCRS) – Increase from 7.5% to 8.0%
-Optional Retirement Program (ORP) – Increase from 7.5% to 8.0%
-Police Officers Retirement System (PORS) – Increase from 7.84% to 8.41%

Also, all regular faculty and staff will receive a 2% general increase for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The details of this pay change are available in Wingspan in the Job Summary/Detail section of the Employee tab.

The Winthrop University Retirement Webpage includes links to current information regarding retirement, or you can visit www.retirement.sc.gov for more information.

If you have questions, please email hrhelp@winthrop.edu.


Description:  Lovely, clean, spacious 3-bedroom, 3-bathroom condo for rent through the summer while owner is away. Ideal for visiting faculty and incoming faculty wishing to rent for a while. Contact: paulinoc@winthrop.edu or 803/979-0613.
Name:  Clara Paulino
Email:  paulinoc@winthrop.edu


Description:  For sale: 2003 Buick Century Custom in excellent condition. Low mileage. Taxes were paid in November. Recently serviced and a new battery. $5,300. E-mail Susan Gunderson at gundersons@winthrop.edu.
Name:  Susan Gunderson


entertainment centerDescription: 

For sale: T.V. entertainment center. Shows some signs of wear. Cost is $100. Seller can throw in a TV for $25 more.

For more information contact Kelly Scott at scottk@winthrop.edu.


Name:  Kelly Scott



Jessie Hamm09/10/2014

Jessie Hamm is an assistant professor in the Department of Mathematics.

She holds degrees from Berry College, Wake Forest University and Temple University. The Georgia native enjoys cooking, baking, playing with her dog, spending time with family and friends and being active in the messianic Judaism faith.




Owen, Perry09/04/2014

Perry Owen joins Winthrop as the associate field director in the Department of Social Work. He holds degrees from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte and the University of South Carolina.

The Charlotte resident and his wife have three children. One of his hobbies includes spending time with his family as well as running and swimming.

He was previously an instructor at UNC-C and a school social worker in the Charlotte-Mecklenburg School District.




Caldwell, Sammy09/04/2014

Sammy Caldwell is a new instructor in the Department of Social Work. He holds a master's in social work from the University of South Carolina.

Previously, he was staff development coordinator in mental health in the Columbia area as well as an adjunct faculty member at both Coker College and Johnson C. Smith University.

He enjoys reading and music.




Kimberly Howard08/28/2014

Kimberly Howard joins Winthrop as the assistant director of the Academic Success Center. She was former a graduate assistant for Capstone Scholars at the University of South Carolina.

She holds two degrees from the University of South Carolina as well.

She enjoys running, hiking and photography.




Glover, Crystal08/28/2014

Crystal Glover is a new assistant professor in the Department of Curriculum and Pedagogy. Glover holds an elementary education degree and a master's degree from Winthrop. She also holds a doctorate from the University of North Carolina-Charlotte, where she also worked as a clinical assistant professor.

Past career experiences include seven years as a first grade teacher in Rock Hill. While teaching, Glover won the Rock Hill School District 3 Teacher of the Year Award. She is a member of the Early Childhood Assembly, part of NCTE.

In her spare time, she loves football, baking, scrap-booking and arts and crafts.




Gibson, Allison08/28/2014

Allison Gibson has joined Winthrop as an assistant professor in the Department of Social Work.

All three of Gibson's degrees--including a doctorate--come from The Ohio State University. She previously worked as a social worker for the Alzheimer's Association and a researcher with the Community & Youth Collaborative Institute.




Aysa-Lastra, Maria08/28/2014

Maria Aysa-Lastra is a new assistant professor in the Department of Sociology and Anthropology. Previously, she was an assistant professor for nearly a decade at Florida International University.

She holds degrees from Georgetown University and the University of Pennsylvania.

Her special interests include diversity/multiculturalism, international migration, the labor market and social integration.




Bell, Gregory08/28/2014

Gregory Bell joins Winthrop as an assistant professor in the Department of History. He holds degrees from the College of Wooster, Duke University and a Ph.D from Duke as well.

He is a member of the American Historical Association, Medieval Academic of America and the Society for the Study of the Crusades and Latin East.

He enjoys swimming and poetry.




Karen Trunk08/15/2014

Karen Trunk returns to Winthrop as the Eagle Club membership coordinator in Athletics. Previously, she worked as administrative specialist for the Winthrop Foundation for five years. She received a presidential citation for service to the community from Winthrop.

Trunk holds a degree in biology from College of Charleston.

She is a member of the Northwestern Trojan Club Executive Board and auction chair and the Eagle Club Auction committee. Her hobbies include scrap-booking and college sports.




Sarah Pankratz08/15/2014

Sarah Pankratz is the assistant director of student activities for fraternity and sorority affairs on Student Life.

Sarah herself is a member of the Alpha Phi International Fraternity. She was a graduate assistant in Greek life and learning community programs at Ohio University, where she earned a master of education degree. She also holds a bachelor of science in education and human development from Bowling Green State University.

Her most recent position was in Greek Affairs and Patterson court adviser at Davidson College.

In her free time, Sarah enjoys traveling, movies, playing sports and volunteer work with her fraternity.




Pamela Wash 08/15/2014

Pamela Wash is the new chair for the Department of Counseling, Leadership & Educational Studies. She earned her Ph.D. from the University of South Carolina-Columbia.

Wash is a program reviewer for the CAEP/NSTA Board.

She held an assistant professorship at Lander University for four years and then an associate professorship at USC-Upstate from eight years.




Cindy Van Buren08/07/2014
Cindy Van Buren '88, '90 has been appointed by S.C. Superintendent of Education Mick Zais as his designee to the Winthrop Board of Trustees. She has worked at the S.C. State Department of Education since April 2013. She is currently the deputy superintendent for school effectiveness.

Previously, Van Buren was a tenured professor at Newberry College for seven years. Six of those years she served as chair of the Department of Education and spent one year as assistant dean for academic affairs. During her time at Newberry, Van Buren oversaw a teacher education program that increased from 60 teacher candidates to more than 325 students and also added three new majors leading to teacher licensure.

Van Buren has earlier ties to Rock Hill. She worked at Winthrop as director of teacher education and at Rock Hill High School as an assistant principal and teacher.



08/07/2014

Obituary: Elizabeth Louise Dunlap Patrick

Winthrop University alum and avid supporter Elizabeth Louise Dunlap Patrick passed away on Aug. 1. She was 78.

Elizabeth, a Rock Hill native, graduated from the then-Winthrop College in 1958, the same year she married husband Wayne Patrick. The couple spend their life together giving back to the Rock Hill community. Elizabeth volunteered for the York County Chapter of the American Red Cross as both a trainer and board member. In 1980, she was awarded the Clara Barton Volunteer Award. The family's endowment is present at the Wayne T. Patrick Hospice House.

Elizabeth was also a big supporter of the arts through the Arts Council and was awarded Winthrop's Medal of Honor in 2001. An arts gallery in Rutledge Building is named in honor of her.

To read more about Elizabeth, visit the Legacy website. In lieu of flowers memorials may be made to Hospice & Community Care, PO Box 993, Rock Hill, SC 29731. Online condolences may be registered at www.basscares.com.




Tammie Phillips07/08/2014

Tammie Phillips is the new executive assistant for the Winthrop University Foundation. Originally from South Carolina, Phillips has lived in Rock Hill for more than 20 years .

Phillips holds a degree in English education with a business administration minor from the University of South Carolina Upstate and a certificate in nonprofit management from Winthrop. She has worked in administration and operations management for many years at Westminster Presbyterian Church. 

She and her husband, Craig, have two grown daughters, Brittany and Allison, and a furry friend, a cat named Summer. Phillips enjoys and beach and taking long walks with the family dogs.




Ken Sheetz06/25/2014
Kenneth L. Sheetz will join Winthrop University on July 1 as associate vice president for institutional advancement.

Sheetz will oversee all fundraising activities, including planned giving and annual giving operations as well as development operations. The Ohio native also will supervise management of employee relations for the Office of Development.

Sheetz’s career in fundraising in non-profit management spans 24 years in a variety of fields, including higher education, performing arts, K-12 schools, health care and community organizations. He comes to Winthrop from DePauw University in Greencastle, Indiana, where he worked as associate vice president of development and reorganized and focused the university’s planned and major gift program.

Additional career highlights include launching and managing the first comprehensive capital campaign for the University of Indianapolis. The campaign raised $75 million, surpassing the original $50 million goal. Sheetz also managed a $70 million comprehensive campaign that raised $74 million at Wittenberg University in Springfield, Ohio. During his time at Wittenberg, he also secured a gift totaling $10 million – then the largest gift in the university’s history.




Caroline Rust Ward06/25/2014

Caroline Rust Ward '97 is the new donor relations coordinator in the Office of Alumni Relations.

The Charlotte, North Carolina, resident earned a Bachelor of Fine Arts from East Carolina University and a Master of Fine Arts from Winthrop. Her professional experience from the past 20 years includes adjunct professor of art and design at two universities, commercial art gallery manager and arts administrator as well as many other roles.

Her recent accolades include artist grants from both the Arts Council of York County and the Charlotte Mecklenburg Arts & Science Council in addition to “Best in Show” by E. Shiner, director of the Warhol Museum, during the exhibit From A Different Point of View 2012 at Point Park University in Pittsburgh. She is also an active member of the National Association of Women Artists in New York City.

 

 




04/28/2014

Obituary 

Mary Mintich, professor emerita of the Department of Art and Design, recently passed away. Mintich, who joined Winthrop in 1973 and retired in 1999, helped set the standards for the art and design programs of today. She was a fearless advocate for art and design, her students, and the resources that the art and design programs required.  A leader in the Charlotte art scene, she left a valuable mark on many cultural institutions. She left Winthrop a lasting legacy including an endowed Mary Mintich sculpture scholarship, which is awarded annually. 

Funeral arrangements are incomplete at this time.




randy imler04/16/2014

The Board of Trustees welcomed a new trustee:

Randy Imler '87, '00: of Tega Cay, S.C., is the executive director of the Catawba Regional Council of Governments. He still plays an active role at Winthrop, where he conducts the Winthrop University Collegiate Choir and the Winthrop University Jazz Voices. Imler earned bachelor's and master's degrees in music at Winthrop and is a past recipient (1999) of Winthrop’s Outstanding Young Alumni Award. He earned M.B.A. and D.M.A. degrees from the University of South Carolina.




scott middleton04/16/2014

The Board of Trustees welcomed a new trustee:

Scott Middleton '81: Middleton, of West Columbia, S.C., is the founding equity owner and CEO/president of Agapé Senior Services, Inc. He holds a bachelor's degree in business administration from Winthrop and is an active member of the College of Business Administration's Health Care Management Program Advisory Board.




Eduardo Prieto01/13/2014

Eduardo Prieto brings 21 years of enrollment management experience to his new position at Winthrop: vice president for access and enrollment management. He begins his duties on Jan. 27.

He will oversee the recruitment and retention of traditional, post-traditional, and graduate students to Winthrop. Prieto has experience working in recruitment, competitive admission efforts, budget management, team-building, territory management and financial aid at public and private higher education institutions.

Most recently, Prieto worked as an associate vice president for enrollment management for Embry-Riddle Aeronautical University. While at Embry-Riddle, international enrollment increased, SAT and GPA scores climbed, more females enrolled, a new recruitment office opened in Dallas, and a new customer relationship management recruitment database was implemented.

Read more about Prieto in this university release.




Jeff Perez01/13/2014

Jeff Perez will serve as the president's senior counsel for public affairs beginning Feb. 1.

Perez, vice president for external affairs at The Citadel, was chosen as Winthrop’s public affairs strategist and communications adviser to the president as well as the president’s advisory council. He will be the principal institutional spokesperson on matters involving public policy and will lead Winthrop’s work with local, state and federal officials.

To learn more about Perez, read the press release about his appointment.




Veronica Orange12/05/2013

Welcome to Winthrop

Veronica Orange is a new concurrent planning specialist in the Department of Social Work. She was previously a human service specialist at the Department of Social Services and holds degrees from Limestone College and Webster University.

In her spare time she enjoys drawing and puzzles.




LaTasha Kennedy12/05/2013

Welcome to Winthrop

LaTasha Kennedy is now a contract monitor in the Department of Social Work. She holds degrees from the University of South Carolina-Columbia, one of which is an educational specialist degree in individual and family counseling. At USC, she was president of the Chi Sigma Iota Counseling Honor Society.

She previously worked for the Bair Foundation and the Department of Social Services.

Her hobbies include reading and play therapy with children.




Denise ONeal12/05/2013

Welcome to Winthrop

Denise O'Neal '88 joins Winthrop as a concurrent planning specialist in the Department of Social Work. She held the position of human services specialist at both the Darlington and Dillon County Departments of Social Services.

She is a graduate of Winthrop.

She is active in her church -- Gresham Chapel FWB Church -- and serves as an usher president and member of the Missionary Department. She enjoys floral arrangements in her spare time.




Vanessa Oliver11/15/2013

Welcome to Winthrop

Vanessa Oliver is also a parent locator in the Department of Social Work. She comes to Winthrop from SMX Staffing and the Palmetto Health Cancer Initiative.

She enjoys reading, shopping, friends, traveling and spending time with family in her spare time.




Melissa Johnson11/15/2013

Welcome to Winthrop

Melissa Johnson is now a parent locator in the Department of Social Work. She holds an associate degree in business management from Midland Technical College. She was formerly an agent with Direct Auto Insurance and TD Banks.

Johnson enjoys traveling, shopping, going to the movies and reading.




Clarissa Elmore 11/06/2013

Welcome to Winthrop

Clarissa Elmore is the new residential learning coordinator and academic associate in the Department of Residence Life. She was formerly a community director at Saint Augustine's University and an area coordinator for student leadership and new student orientation at Louisburg College.

She holds two degrees from Winthrop in social work.

In her spare time, she enjoys cooking and playing acoustic guitar.




 Acting President Debra Boyd Begins a Budget Review and Freeze (09/16/14)
 October Provost Series Session to Explore For-Profit, Not-For-Profit Higher Ed (09/16/14)
 50th Anniversary of Integration to be Commemorated Oct. 6-12 (09/11/14)
 John Kenneth Adams Presents His Piano Portraits on Sept. 14 at Winthrop (09/09/14)
 U.S News Includes Winthrop as Top 10 Southern Public University (09/09/14)
 Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration Available This Semester (08/29/14)
 Inaugural Provost's Spotlight on Scholarship Series Highlights Faculty Research (08/26/14)
 Sociology Professor Jennifer Solomon Reflects on Women's Equality Day (08/25/14)
 Alumnus, S.C. Rep. Gary Simrill '91 Will Give Keynote Convocation Speech (08/20/14)
 State Political Experts Gather Aug. 21 to Discuss Gubernatorial Election (08/20/14)
 English Professor John Bird Named New Bryant Professor (08/19/14)
 Chemistry Professor Robin Lammi to Direct University's Undergraduate Research (08/15/14)
 Faculty Member Judy Thomas Selected for South Carolina Panel for Dietetics (08/15/14)
 Non-Profit Management Certificate Program Now Accepting Applications (08/07/14)
 Wells Fargo and Winthrop Will Sponsor Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast on Sept. 12 (07/28/14)
 Charlotte's Society for Human Resource Management Awards Four Winthrop Students Scholarships (07/11/14)
 Society for Case Research Meeting on Winthrop Campus (07/10/14)
 New Political Science Award Honors Alumna Jurée Capers '08 (07/09/14)
 Sabbatical Projects Announced for Six Faculty Members (07/07/14)
 Ken Sheetz Chosen as Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement (06/24/14)
 Biology Faculty Member Given $360,000 Grant to Study the Optic Nerve (06/23/14)
 Music Major Headed for Boston in July for National Voice Competition (06/20/14)
 Board of Trustees Suspends President Jamie Comstock Williamson (06/13/14)
 Graduate, Dean's and President's Lists Now Available Online (06/12/14)
 CBA Students Earn Two Notable Awards (06/11/14)
 Mark Twain Circle of America Welcomes Winthrop Professor as President (06/09/14)
 Graduateprograms.com announces Winthrop in the Top 10 Nutrition Science Graduate Programs (06/06/14)
 Summer Camps Appeal to Those Interested in Music, Jewelry or Robotics (06/03/14)
 Biology Chair Recognized for Contributions to Health Education (05/21/14)
 Kurdish Banner Proudly Displayed at Winthrop For Grad (05/13/14)
 Student-Athlete and Biology Major Hannah Hadaway Receives Tillman Award (05/13/14)
 Summer School Offerings Include Courses on Watergate, History of Winthrop and More (05/13/14)
 Tenure, Promotions and Emeritus Status Announced for Faculty (05/09/14)
 Trustees Approve Faculty Recommendation to Streamline Graduation Requirement, Improve Affordability (05/09/14)
 Commencements Take Center Stage This Week at Winthrop Coliseum (05/08/14)
 Hecimovich is Part of Second Class of W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute Fellows (04/30/14)
 Three Faculty Members Cited for Their Excellence and Dedication (04/30/14)
 Tomoko Deguchi of Music Named Thompson Scholar (04/30/14)
 Common Book For Fall Covers Food and How It Arrives at Our Plates (04/21/14)
 Student Life Awards Highlight Good Work and Community Service By Students and Staff (04/21/14)
 Family Trust Commissions Student Artwork for New Headquarters (04/15/14)
 Phi Kappa Phi Initiation Recognizes Contributions of Retiring Faculty Member Sue Lyman (04/14/14)
 College of Business Administration, International Students Present President Comstock Special Plaque (04/10/14)
 2014 Fine Arts Senior Exhibition Opens in McLaurin Hall (04/09/14)
 Fort Mill High School Awarded Winthrop Cup at Model United Nations (04/03/14)
 Basketball Standout Dequesha McClanahan Joins Athletics Directors Scholar-Athlete Team (04/02/14)
 Roger Baumgarte to Speak April 7 on International Friendships (03/31/14)
 President Comstock Announces Dare to Rise Fund Tops $1.1 Million Mark (03/28/14)
 President Comstock Summarizes Six Priorities for University's Direction (03/28/14)
 Second Annual NEW Leadership Summer Institute Set for May 17-21 (03/26/14)
 Inauguration Events Culminate with March 28 Investiture Ceremony (03/21/14)
 Graduate Students Use Psychology Statistics Training to Aid School District (03/20/14)
 Book-a-Rama Initiative Planned in Honor of President Comstock’s Inauguration (03/12/14)
 Scholarship Announced to Honor History Professor and Lincoln Scholar Jason Silverman (03/12/14)
 South African Activist Will Deliver Keynote Address at Model United Nations (03/11/14)
 Faculty-Led Initiatives to Showcase Scholarly Work During Inauguration Week (03/10/14)
 English Department to Hold Ninth Annual Research Conference (03/05/14)
 Winthrop English Majors Recognized at International Conference (03/03/14)
 Fourth Annual York County Green Business Conference Scheduled on March 6 (02/24/14)
 First Conference on Teaching and Learning Set for Faculty on Feb. 21 (02/20/14)
 24th Annual Mass Communication Week Gives Students a “Passport to Their Future” (02/18/14)
 March 28 Inauguration of President Comstock Signals New Era in Winthrop History (02/07/14)
 International Teachers on Campus To Learn about Math, Science and English (02/05/14)
 Meg Webber Selected for Global Learning Initiative Duties (01/30/14)
 Common Book Author Visit Highlights Spring Programming (01/28/14)
 Graduate, President's and Dean's Lists Released from Fall 2013 (01/21/14)
 Library Dean Explores the Role of Libraries in the Digital Age (01/21/14)
 Lecture on Lincoln by Professor Jason Silverman Promises to be Entertaining (01/17/14)
 MUN Students Compete in Fall and Prepare in Spring for Own Conference (01/15/14)
 Jeff Perez Will Join Winthrop as Senior Counsel to the President for Public Affairs (01/09/14)
 Archives Turns to Alison Boulton '11 for Special Uniforms Exhibit (01/06/14)
 Dance Major from Lugoff, S.C., Earned Tillman Award (12/16/13)
 New Scholarship Will Encourage Recipients to See the World, Think Globally (12/13/13)
 Both Commencement Ceremonies Will Be Available by Live Stream Video (12/12/13)
 Senior Biology Major Conducted Stink Bug Research and Shared Her Findings (12/12/13)
 Chemistry Associate Professor Aaron Hartel to be Recognized at Dec. 14 Commencement (12/04/13)
 Distinguished Professor Marilyn Smith Will Deliver Commencement Address (12/04/13)
 Irene Boland Honored by York County Chamber of Commerce (11/26/13)
 Professors Watch Shoppers Reaction to Thanksgiving and Black Friday Shopping (11/26/13)
 Critical Thinking Class Dissects JFK Assassination During This 50th Anniversary (11/22/13)
 Lt. Governor Candidate Bakari Sellers Visits Winthrop (11/19/13)
 Chemistry Students Play Role in Chili Pepper War (11/16/13)
 Humanities Council Grant Will Focus on Construction of Tillman Hall (11/15/13)
 Health Advocate, Professor Wins Scholar Award from S.C. Alliance (11/14/13)
 College of Education Shares in Riley Award of Excellence with Chester School (11/13/13)
 International Education Week Will Feature Documentaries, Discussion and Food (11/08/13)
 Education Faculty Members Hold Book Signing on Thursday (11/05/13)
 Photography Students' Work Displayed At Annie Leibovitz Exhibit at Columbia Museum (11/04/13)
 Department of Mass Communication will host Fulbright Visiting Scholar from India (10/31/13)
 Honors Program's Student Newsletter Ties for First Place in National Competition (10/25/13)
 Psychology Faculty Member Links Chronic Pain to Depression on TV Show America Now (10/22/13)
 Bechtler Ensemble and Out of Bounds Ensemble Join Forces for Charlotte Composers Forum Concerts (10/16/13)
 Fourth Annual Major/Minor Fair Set for Oct. 17 at DiGiorgio Campus Center (10/16/13)
 Senior Awarded Waldemar J. Trjitzinksy Scholarship From Mathematical Society (10/14/13)
 Director of Winthrop's Center for Economic Education Receives National Recognition for Outstanding Performance (10/10/13)
 National Education Officials Hear about Winthrop's Voter Registration Efforts (10/08/13)
 Early Chester County Newspapers Now Available Digitally (10/05/13)
 Education Professor Will Teach Eastern European Teachers About Online Learning (09/30/13)
 Storyteller Kitty Wilson-Evans to Present to Friends of Dacus Library (09/30/13)
 Economics Faculty Member To Teach in Kosovo as Fulbright Scholar (09/24/13)
 N.Y. Times Details English Chair Gregg Hecimovich's Work on Identifying Slave Author (09/19/13)
 Senior Biology Major Earns Undergraduate Microbiology Award (09/17/13)
 Constitution Day Speaker Will Discuss What is Free Speech on Sept. 19 (09/16/13)
 Winthrop and York Tech Welcomed Bridge Program Students at Sept. 13 Reception (09/13/13)
 Wells Fargo and Business College Will Host Economic Forecast Breakfast (09/10/13)
 Graduate School Advisory Board Holds First Meeting on Campus (09/06/13)
 Softball Star Brings Message about Growing Up at Winthrop to Convocation (08/14/13)
 President Jayne Marie Comstock Charts Winthrop’s Future (08/13/13)
 Debra Boyd Adds Title of University Provost (08/07/13)
 Winthrop Selected as a Best in the Southeast by Princeton Review (08/02/11)
 Winthrop's Psi Chi Advisor Wins 2010-11 Denmark Award (07/18/11)
 Economics Professor Gary Stone Chosen as William H. Grier Professor (07/01/11)
 Faculty Members Promoted and/or Granted Tenure in May (05/30/11)
 Chemistry Professor Nick Grossoehme Receives Grant for Emerging Scientists (05/23/11)
 Winthrop Part of Math-Science Partnership Grant with Area Schools and Agencies (05/11/11)
 New Assistant Dean Announced for University College (05/10/11)
 Debra Boyd Appointed as Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs (05/04/11)
 Galleries Continues Integration Conversation in New Exhibits (09/15/14)
 50th Anniversary of Integration to be Commemorated Oct. 6-12 (09/11/14)
 Art History Association 3rd Annual Foreign Film Series Begins Aug. 26 (08/25/14)
 Fine Arts Alumni Presentations to Spotlight 10 Artists in 2014-15 (08/20/14)
 Shakespeare Carolina's Romeo & Juliet Comes to Life Under the Stars (08/20/14)
 Welcome Week 2014 Features Never-Before-Seen Acts at Winthrop (08/18/14)
 All the World's a Stage in Shakespeare Carolina's Newest Production (07/14/14)
 Charlotte New Music Festival Counts On Composer Ron Parks (06/19/14)
 Painter Explores New Technique in Charlotte Artist Residency (06/10/14)
 Charleston Piccolo Spoleto Festival to Feature Work of Winthrop Professor (05/21/14)
 Interior Design Project Introduces Students to Latin Cultures (05/19/14)
 Arts Council of York County Presents Winthrop Jazz Guitar Ensemble on April 24 (04/21/14)
 Lively Entertainment on Tap for Spring One-Act Play Festival (04/16/14)
 Opera Theatre Presents Special Production of The Pirates of Penzance (04/03/14)
 Opposites Attract in April Theatre and Dance Productions (04/01/14)
 Visual Communication Design Majors, Alumni Sweep Up Advertising Awards (03/19/14)
 Stage Combat, Musical Theatre and More Performances Showcase the Arts During Inauguration (03/12/14)
 Friends of Dacus Library Welcome Lauded Poet Dr. Richard Tillinghast (02/27/14)
 Friends of Conservatory Series Presents Classical/Latin-American Group Dali Quartet (02/24/14)
 Hush, Little Baby Tests The Bonds of Mother-Daughter Relationships (02/20/14)
 Dedicated Students Bring Life to Tennessee Williams' Drama The Glass Menagerie (02/05/14)
 Classical Guitarist Paul Bowman to Present Solo Recital, Workshop (02/03/14)
 Exhibition Designed to Inspire New Ways of Thinking Opens in Galleries (02/03/14)
 Museum of York County Features Winthrop Student Work (01/22/14)
 Master of Arts in Administration Program Creates Advisory Board (12/16/13)
 Catawba River Baroque to Perform at Winthrop (11/15/13)
 Department of Music Hosts Special Guitar Ensemble Festival and Benedetto Guitar Day (11/15/13)
 Fall One-Acts Tackle Issues Involving Ethnicity, Love and Family (11/13/13)
 Student Talent Takes Center Stage in Senior Choreography Showcase (11/13/13)
 Faculty Works, Performative Installation Open Next Week in Winthrop Galleries (11/08/13)
 International Education Week Will Feature Documentaries, Discussion and Food (11/08/13)
 Winthrop Dance Theatre Concert Caters to All Types of Dance (11/04/13)
 Fine Arts Faculty Take Home Teaching Awards at Arts Conferences (10/25/13)
 Pipes, Pedals and Pumpkins Event to Feature Halloween-Inspired Organ Performances (10/24/13)
 CVPA Faculty, Students Garner Most MTA Nominations in School History (10/16/13)
 Trick Or Treat: Halloween Events Sure to Terrify the Campus (10/14/13)
 Newest Theatre and Dance Production Spoofs Musical Theatre, Comments on Social Issues (09/30/13)
 Fine Arts Chair Draws on High School Class for Inspiration in New Exhibit (09/24/13)
 Percussion Student Wins Internationally Competitive Music Scholarship (09/23/13)
 Jewelry Student Invited to Speak at Charlotte Conference (09/11/13)
 Goddess of War Feature Film Extras Needed for Winthrop University Filming (09/05/13)
 Music Workshop, Concert Teach Public About Ancient Zimbabwean Instrument (08/30/13)
 Professor Helps Homeless Through Retrospective Look at Career (08/29/13)
 Take a Trip Around the World with the Foreign Film Series (08/27/13)
 New Galleries Season Focuses on Narrative and Story (08/20/13)
 Drums, Dating and Comedy Highlight Welcome Week 2013 (08/14/13)
 Art of Thinking Exhibit Bonds Winthrop, High School Students (08/09/13)
 Shakespeare Carolina at Winthrop Revamps ''The Tempest'' Aug. 3-7 (07/25/11)
 Shakespeare Carolina at Winthrop to Present Two Productions This Summer (07/01/11)
 John O'Conor to Host Second Piano Master Class Series at Winthrop (06/15/11)
 Winthrop's 23rd Summer ST-ARTS Program Continues to June 24 (06/13/11)
 Princeton University Organist to Perform June 18 Concert in Byrnes Auditorium (06/07/11)
 Faculty and Student Artwork Now for Sale in the Campus Bookstore (05/23/11)
 City to Unveil Student-Created Bike Racks at May 7 Mayor's Ride (05/06/11)

09/17/2014
Ronnie W. Faulkner, head of Technical Services and professor at the Dacus Library of Winthrop University, was recognized as a major donor of The Rotary Foundation on Sept. 11.

The honor took place at the meeting of the Rotary Club of Rock Hill. Faulkner became the first Rotarian to be so designated in the history of the Rock Hill club, which was chartered in 1919.

09/17/2014
Assistant Professor of Exercise Science David Schary has had a co-authored article accepted for publication in Comprehensive Psychology Magazine. The article is entitled "In Search of Kinesiology's Core Journals: An Elusive and Potentially Value-Laden Enterprise" and can be found in the newest edition.

09/10/2014
Winthrop University Senior Analyst Jonathan Thomas led a technology team that has won recognition for creating software to find and correct errors in its duplicate institutional records.

Their efforts led the South Carolina Information Technology Directors Association to name the Winthrop team on Sept. 9 as the recipient of the 2014 Innovation Award. Accepting the award in Columbia were Thomas; James Hammond, associate vice president for information technology, and Warren Byrd, director of administrative programs and systems.

09/05/2014
Associate Professor of Biology Julian Smith III has won an image contest through JEOL USA, a maker of scanning electron microscopes. Smith's image of a local insect is entitled "Shhh...Baby's Asleep."

09/03/2014
Assistant Professor of Social Work Kareema J. Gray served as the Winthrop delegate at Phi Kappa Phi Biennial Convention in August. Phi Kappa Phi is the nation's oldest and most selective collegiate honor society.

08/21/2014
Professor of English John Bird was named the Margaret M. Bryant Professor for the Department of English. The Bryant professorship rewards outstanding teaching, scholarship and service to Winthrop and helps enrich the department through support of faculty. Created in 1997, the Margaret M. Bryant Professorship is given in memory of Winthrop's first graduate to earn a Ph.D.

08/14/2014
Assistant Professor Seth Jenny has a new article, "A Case Study of Successful Men's NCAA Division I Distance Running Coach: To What Extent is Decision-Making Humanistic?" published in The Sport Journal.

08/04/2014
Instructor of Human Nutrition Judy Thomas has been named to the state Panel for Dietetics by Gov. Nikki Haley. This panel is the state licensing board for dieticians in the SC Department of Labor, Licensing and Regulation.

Her commission expires in May 2015.


08/04/2014
The Rock Hill School District awarded AAAS's Kelly Scott with a volunteer award for her work with Ebinport Elementary School's Improvement Council.

07/24/2014
S.C. Gov. Nikki Haley has appointed Associate Professor of Counseling Jennifer Jordan to the state Board of Examiners for Licensure of Professional Counselors, Marriage and Family Therapists and Psycho-Educational Specialists.


Name:  Quidditch Club,

The Quidditch Club received validation this summer when the International Quidditch Association awarded the Winthrop chapter with its Swag Award for Most Powerful, Visual and Physical Presence on the field, beating hundreds of teams from across the nation.

Name:  Dequesha McClanahan, Exercise science
From:  Oak Ridge,  Tennessee 

Winthrop women's basketball player Dequesha McClanahan '14 has been voted the Big South Conference Female Student-Athlete of the Year for the 2013-14 season by the League's Athletics Directors, Senior Woman Administrators and Sports Information Directors.

Name:  Matthew Knowles '13, '14, Mathematics
From:  Greenville,  South Carolina 

The Knowles Science Teaching Foundation (KSTF) has selected Winthrop alumnus Matthew Neal '13, '14 as a recipient of the prestigious KSTF Teaching Fellowship.

Name:  Joshua Wald, Music
From:  Anderson,  South Carolina 

Music major Joshua Wald has been selected as one of 10 finalists in the division of Junior/Senior College Men for the first National Association of Teachers of Singing voice competition to be held in Boston, Massachusetts, in conjunction with the 53rd NATS National Convention. The competition is set for July 6-7.


Sponsor Group:  Winthrop University International Center
Contact Name:  Lindsey Hill

International Center 'Volunteers' for Students

Winthrop has 194 international students on campus this semester. Many faculty and staff members have asked the International Center how they can help welcome these students to campus, be it inviting them to their home for a meal or driving them to the airport. If you are interested in being a "volunteer," please e-mail Lindsey Hill at hilll@winthrop.edu or call her at 803/323-2133.


Sponsor Group:  Campus Police
Price:  $25

2014-15 Parking Stickers Available

Faculty and staff can now purchase the 2014-15 parking stickers. The cost of the permit is $25 with a limit of two per person.

Permits can be purchased online and mailed to your home or picked up at Campus Police. All disabled permits must be purchased at Campus Police. Parking office hours are 8:30 a.m.-noon and 1-5 p.m. Monday-Friday.

For questions, e-mail Donna Snyder at snyderd@winthrop.edu or call her at 803/323-2553.


Sponsor Group:  Human Resources
Date:  11/14/2014
Location:
Plowden Auditorium

Fall 2014 Regional Retirement Seminars

From the Office of Human Resources:

If you are one year or less away from retirement eligibility, the South Carolina Public Employee Benefit Authority (PEBA) wants to help ensure you have the information you need to make the retirement decisions that are best for you. We offer a one-day retirement seminar designed to answer your questions and more. Presenters from PEBA Retirement and Insurance Benefits, the South Carolina Deferred Compensation Program, and the Social Security Administration will provide you with the information needed to successfully navigate the retirement process. For a list of the fall 2014 regional retirement seminars and to register for one that is near you, visit the website.


Sponsor Group:  Human Resources
Date:  07/01/2014
Payroll Update for Fiscal Year 2014-15

The final phase of the retirement contribution rate increase will occur in the 2014-15 fiscal year. Employees who are currently participating in one of the retirement system programs will see the rate increase in their first pay that occurs on or after July 1. Please see below for the rate increase amount for each retirement system program.
 
•Retirement contribution rate
-South Carolina Retirement System (SCRS) – Increase from 7.5% to 8.0%
-Optional Retirement Program (ORP) – Increase from 7.5% to 8.0%
-Police Officers Retirement System (PORS) – Increase from 7.84% to 8.41%

Also, all regular faculty and staff will receive a 2% general increase for the 2014-15 fiscal year. The details of this pay change are available in Wingspan in the Job Summary/Detail section of the Employee tab.

The Winthrop University Retirement Webpage includes links to current information regarding retirement, or you can visit www.retirement.sc.gov for more information.

If you have questions, please email hrhelp@winthrop.edu.

 Acting President Debra Boyd Begins a Budget Review and Freeze (09/16/14)
 October Provost Series Session to Explore For-Profit, Not-For-Profit Higher Ed (09/16/14)
 50th Anniversary of Integration to be Commemorated Oct. 6-12 (09/11/14)
 John Kenneth Adams Presents His Piano Portraits on Sept. 14 at Winthrop (09/09/14)
 U.S News Includes Winthrop as Top 10 Southern Public University (09/09/14)
 Graduate Certificate in Arts Administration Available This Semester (08/29/14)
 Inaugural Provost's Spotlight on Scholarship Series Highlights Faculty Research (08/26/14)
 Sociology Professor Jennifer Solomon Reflects on Women's Equality Day (08/25/14)
 Alumnus, S.C. Rep. Gary Simrill '91 Will Give Keynote Convocation Speech (08/20/14)
 State Political Experts Gather Aug. 21 to Discuss Gubernatorial Election (08/20/14)
 English Professor John Bird Named New Bryant Professor (08/19/14)
 Chemistry Professor Robin Lammi to Direct University's Undergraduate Research (08/15/14)
 Faculty Member Judy Thomas Selected for South Carolina Panel for Dietetics (08/15/14)
 Non-Profit Management Certificate Program Now Accepting Applications (08/07/14)
 Wells Fargo and Winthrop Will Sponsor Annual Economic Forecast Breakfast on Sept. 12 (07/28/14)
 Charlotte's Society for Human Resource Management Awards Four Winthrop Students Scholarships (07/11/14)
 Society for Case Research Meeting on Winthrop Campus (07/10/14)
 New Political Science Award Honors Alumna Jurée Capers '08 (07/09/14)
 Sabbatical Projects Announced for Six Faculty Members (07/07/14)
 Ken Sheetz Chosen as Associate Vice President for Institutional Advancement (06/24/14)
 Biology Faculty Member Given $360,000 Grant to Study the Optic Nerve (06/23/14)
 Music Major Headed for Boston in July for National Voice Competition (06/20/14)
 Board of Trustees Suspends President Jamie Comstock Williamson (06/13/14)
 Graduate, Dean's and President's Lists Now Available Online (06/12/14)
 CBA Students Earn Two Notable Awards (06/11/14)
 Mark Twain Circle of America Welcomes Winthrop Professor as President (06/09/14)
 Graduateprograms.com announces Winthrop in the Top 10 Nutrition Science Graduate Programs (06/06/14)
 Summer Camps Appeal to Those Interested in Music, Jewelry or Robotics (06/03/14)
 Biology Chair Recognized for Contributions to Health Education (05/21/14)
 Kurdish Banner Proudly Displayed at Winthrop For Grad (05/13/14)
 Student-Athlete and Biology Major Hannah Hadaway Receives Tillman Award (05/13/14)
 Summer School Offerings Include Courses on Watergate, History of Winthrop and More (05/13/14)
 Tenure, Promotions and Emeritus Status Announced for Faculty (05/09/14)
 Trustees Approve Faculty Recommendation to Streamline Graduation Requirement, Improve Affordability (05/09/14)
 Commencements Take Center Stage This Week at Winthrop Coliseum (05/08/14)
 Hecimovich is Part of Second Class of W. E. B. Du Bois Research Institute Fellows (04/30/14)
 Three Faculty Members Cited for Their Excellence and Dedication (04/30/14)
 Tomoko Deguchi of Music Named Thompson Scholar (04/30/14)
 Common Book For Fall Covers Food and How It Arrives at Our Plates (04/21/14)
 Student Life Awards Highlight Good Work and Community Service By Students and Staff (04/21/14)
 Family Trust Commissions Student Artwork for New Headquarters (04/15/14)
 Phi Kappa Phi Initiation Recognizes Contributions of Retiring Faculty Member Sue Lyman (04/14/14)
 College of Business Administration, International Students Present President Comstock Special Plaque (04/10/14)
 2014 Fine Arts Senior Exhibition Opens in McLaurin Hall (04/09/14)
 Fort Mill High School Awarded Winthrop Cup at Model United Nations (04/03/14)
 Basketball Standout Dequesha McClanahan Joins Athletics Directors Scholar-Athlete Team (04/02/14)
 Roger Baumgarte to Speak April 7 on International Friendships (03/31/14)
 President Comstock Announces Dare to Rise Fund Tops $1.1 Million Mark (03/28/14)
 President Comstock Summarizes Six Priorities for University's Direction (03/28/14)
 Second Annual NEW Leadership Summer Institute Set for May 17-21 (03/26/14)
 Inauguration Events Culminate with March 28 Investiture Ceremony (03/21/14)
 Graduate Students Use Psychology Statistics Training to Aid School District (03/20/14)
 Book-a-Rama Initiative Planned in Honor of President Comstock’s Inauguration (03/12/14)
 Scholarship Announced to Honor History Professor and Lincoln Scholar Jason Silverman (03/12/14)
 South African Activist Will Deliver Keynote Address at Model United Nations (03/11/14)
 Faculty-Led Initiatives to Showcase Scholarly Work During Inauguration Week (03/10/14)
 English Department to Hold Ninth Annual Research Conference (03/05/14)
 Winthrop English Majors Recognized at International Conference (03/03/14)
 Fourth Annual York County Green Business Conference Scheduled on March 6 (02/24/14)
 First Conference on Teaching and Learning Set for Faculty on Feb. 21 (02/20/14)
 24th Annual Mass Communication Week Gives Students a “Passport to Their Future” (02/18/14)
 March 28 Inauguration of President Comstock Signals New Era in Winthrop History (02/07/14)
 International Teachers on Campus To Learn about Math, Science and English (02/05/14)
 Meg Webber Selected for Global Learning Initiative Duties (01/30/14)
 Common Book Author Visit Highlights Spring Programming (01/28/14)
 Graduate, President's and Dean's Lists Released from Fall 2013 (01/21/14)
 Library Dean Explores the Role of Libraries in the Digital Age (01/21/14)
 Lecture on Lincoln by Professor Jason Silverman Promises to be Entertaining (01/17/14)
 MUN Students Compete in Fall and Prepare in Spring for Own Conference (01/15/14)
 Jeff Perez Will Join Winthrop as Senior Counsel to the President for Public Affairs (01/09/14)
 Archives Turns to Alison Boulton '11 for Special Uniforms Exhibit (01/06/14)
 Dance Major from Lugoff, S.C., Earned Tillman Award (12/16/13)
 New Scholarship Will Encourage Recipients to See the World, Think Globally (12/13/13)
 Both Commencement Ceremonies Will Be Available by Live Stream Video (12/12/13)
 Senior Biology Major Conducted Stink Bug Research and Shared Her Findings (12/12/13)
 Chemistry Associate Professor Aaron Hartel to be Recognized at Dec. 14 Commencement (12/04/13)
 Distinguished Professor Marilyn Smith Will Deliver Commencement Address (12/04/13)
 Irene Boland Honored by York County Chamber of Commerce (11/26/13)
 Professors Watch Shoppers Reaction to Thanksgiving and Black Friday Shopping (11/26/13)
 Critical Thinking Class Dissects JFK Assassination During This 50th Anniversary (11/22/13)
 Lt. Governor Candidate Bakari Sellers Visits Winthrop (11/19/13)
 Chemistry Students Play Role in Chili Pepper War (11/16/13)
 Humanities Council Grant Will Focus on Construction of Tillman Hall (11/15/13)
 Health Advocate, Professor Wins Scholar Award from S.C. Alliance (11/14/13)
 College of Education Shares in Riley Award of Excellence with Chester School (11/13/13)
 International Education Week Will Feature Documentaries, Discussion and Food (11/08/13)
 Education Faculty Members Hold Book Signing on Thursday (11/05/13)
 Photography Students' Work Displayed At Annie Leibovitz Exhibit at Columbia Museum (11/04/13)
 Department of Mass Communication will host Fulbright Visiting Scholar from India (10/31/13)
 Honors Program's Student Newsletter Ties for First Place in National Competition (10/25/13)
 Psychology Faculty Member Links Chronic Pain to Depression on TV Show America Now (10/22/13)
 Bechtler Ensemble and Out of Bounds Ensemble Join Forces for Charlotte Composers Forum Concerts (10/16/13)
 Fourth Annual Major/Minor Fair Set for Oct. 17 at DiGiorgio Campus Center (10/16/13)
 Senior Awarded Waldemar J. Trjitzinksy Scholarship From Mathematical Society (10/14/13)
 Director of Winthrop's Center for Economic Education Receives National Recognition for Outstanding Performance (10/10/13)
 National Education Officials Hear about Winthrop's Voter Registration Efforts (10/08/13)
 Early Chester County Newspapers Now Available Digitally (10/05/13)
 Education Professor Will Teach Eastern European Teachers About Online Learning (09/30/13)
 Storyteller Kitty Wilson-Evans to Present to Friends of Dacus Library (09/30/13)
 Economics Faculty Member To Teach in Kosovo as Fulbright Scholar (09/24/13)
 N.Y. Times Details English Chair Gregg Hecimovich's Work on Identifying Slave Author (09/19/13)
 Senior Biology Major Earns Undergraduate Microbiology Award (09/17/13)
 Constitution Day Speaker Will Discuss What is Free Speech on Sept. 19 (09/16/13)
 Winthrop and York Tech Welcomed Bridge Program Students at Sept. 13 Reception (09/13/13)
 Wells Fargo and Business College Will Host Economic Forecast Breakfast (09/10/13)
 Graduate School Advisory Board Holds First Meeting on Campus (09/06/13)
 Softball Star Brings Message about Growing Up at Winthrop to Convocation (08/14/13)
 President Jayne Marie Comstock Charts Winthrop’s Future (08/13/13)
 Debra Boyd Adds Title of University Provost (08/07/13)
 Winthrop Selected as a Best in the Southeast by Princeton Review (08/02/11)
 Winthrop's Psi Chi Advisor Wins 2010-11 Denmark Award (07/18/11)
 Economics Professor Gary Stone Chosen as William H. Grier Professor (07/01/11)
 Faculty Members Promoted and/or Granted Tenure in May (05/30/11)
 Chemistry Professor Nick Grossoehme Receives Grant for Emerging Scientists (05/23/11)
 Winthrop Part of Math-Science Partnership Grant with Area Schools and Agencies (05/11/11)
 New Assistant Dean Announced for University College (05/10/11)
 Debra Boyd Appointed as Acting Vice President for Academic Affairs (05/04/11)
 Galleries Continues Integration Conversation in New Exhibits (09/15/14)
 50th Anniversary of Integration to be Commemorated Oct. 6-12 (09/11/14)
 Art History Association 3rd Annual Foreign Film Series Begins Aug. 26 (08/25/14)
 Fine Arts Alumni Presentations to Spotlight 10 Artists in 2014-15 (08/20/14)
 Shakespeare Carolina's Romeo & Juliet Comes to Life Under the Stars (08/20/14)
 Welcome Week 2014 Features Never-Before-Seen Acts at Winthrop (08/18/14)
 All the World's a Stage in Shakespeare Carolina's Newest Production (07/14/14)
 Charlotte New Music Festival Counts On Composer Ron Parks (06/19/14)
 Painter Explores New Technique in Charlotte Artist Residency (06/10/14)
 Charleston Piccolo Spoleto Festival to Feature Work of Winthrop Professor (05/21/14)
 Interior Design Project Introduces Students to Latin Cultures (05/19/14)
 Arts Council of York County Presents Winthrop Jazz Guitar Ensemble on April 24 (04/21/14)
 Lively Entertainment on Tap for Spring One-Act Play Festival (04/16/14)
 Opera Theatre Presents Special Production of The Pirates of Penzance (04/03/14)
 Opposites Attract in April Theatre and Dance Productions (04/01/14)
 Visual Communication Design Majors, Alumni Sweep Up Advertising Awards (03/19/14)
 Stage Combat, Musical Theatre and More Performances Showcase the Arts During Inauguration (03/12/14)
 Friends of Dacus Library Welcome Lauded Poet Dr. Richard Tillinghast (02/27/14)
 Friends of Conservatory Series Presents Classical/Latin-American Group Dali Quartet (02/24/14)
 Hush, Little Baby Tests The Bonds of Mother-Daughter Relationships (02/20/14)
 Dedicated Students Bring Life to Tennessee Williams' Drama The Glass Menagerie (02/05/14)
 Classical Guitarist Paul Bowman to Present Solo Recital, Workshop (02/03/14)
 Exhibition Designed to Inspire New Ways of Thinking Opens in Galleries (02/03/14)
 Museum of York County Features Winthrop Student Work (01/22/14)
 Master of Arts in Administration Program Creates Advisory Board (12/16/13)
 Catawba River Baroque to Perform at Winthrop (11/15/13)
 Department of Music Hosts Special Guitar Ensemble Festival and Benedetto Guitar Day (11/15/13)
 Fall One-Acts Tackle Issues Involving Ethnicity, Love and Family (11/13/13)
 Student Talent Takes Center Stage in Senior Choreography Showcase (11/13/13)
 Faculty Works, Performative Installation Open Next Week in Winthrop Galleries (11/08/13)
 International Education Week Will Feature Documentaries, Discussion and Food (11/08/13)
 Winthrop Dance Theatre Concert Caters to All Types of Dance (11/04/13)
 Fine Arts Faculty Take Home Teaching Awards at Arts Conferences (10/25/13)
 Pipes, Pedals and Pumpkins Event to Feature Halloween-Inspired Organ Performances (10/24/13)
 CVPA Faculty, Students Garner Most MTA Nominations in School History (10/16/13)
 Trick Or Treat: Halloween Events Sure to Terrify the Campus (10/14/13)
 Newest Theatre and Dance Production Spoofs Musical Theatre, Comments on Social Issues (09/30/13)
 Fine Arts Chair Draws on High School Class for Inspiration in New Exhibit (09/24/13)
 Percussion Student Wins Internationally Competitive Music Scholarship (09/23/13)
 Jewelry Student Invited to Speak at Charlotte Conference (09/11/13)
 Goddess of War Feature Film Extras Needed for Winthrop University Filming (09/05/13)
 Music Workshop, Concert Teach Public About Ancient Zimbabwean Instrument (08/30/13)
 Professor Helps Homeless Through Retrospective Look at Career (08/29/13)
 Take a Trip Around the World with the Foreign Film Series (08/27/13)
 New Galleries Season Focuses on Narrative and Story (08/20/13)
 Drums, Dating and Comedy Highlight Welcome Week 2013 (08/14/13)
 Art of Thinking Exhibit Bonds Winthrop, High School Students (08/09/13)
 Shakespeare Carolina at Winthrop Revamps ''The Tempest'' Aug. 3-7 (07/25/11)
 Shakespeare Carolina at Winthrop to Present Two Productions This Summer (07/01/11)
 John O'Conor to Host Second Piano Master Class Series at Winthrop (06/15/11)
 Winthrop's 23rd Summer ST-ARTS Program Continues to June 24 (06/13/11)
 Princeton University Organist to Perform June 18 Concert in Byrnes Auditorium (06/07/11)
 Faculty and Student Artwork Now for Sale in the Campus Bookstore (05/23/11)
 City to Unveil Student-Created Bike Racks at May 7 Mayor's Ride (05/06/11)
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