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BPC divisions host GPA annual meeting on Mount Vernon campus

Dr. Marion Montgomery
Dr. Marion Montgomery, Professor Emeritus of English at UGA, delivers a special luncheon lecture during the GPA meeting Feb. 29 on Brewton-Parker College’s Mount Vernon campus. (Photo by Kayla Oliver)

 

By Kayla Oliver

BPC Marketing staff writer

 

MOUNT VERNON—Brewton-Parker College’s Divisions of Arts & Letters and Social and Behavioral Sciences jointly hosted the 2008 meeting of the Georgia Philological Association, Feb. 29 and March 1 on the Mount Vernon campus.             

Jo-Ne Bourassa
Jo-Ne Bourassa, a professor in BPC’s Division of Education, delivers her lecture on the topic of Pedagogy during the GPA meeting Feb. 29 on BPC’s Mount Vernon campus.

The two-day event featured breakout sessions and learning exhibitions in the areas of these two divisions. BPC welcomed college and university students, as well as professors, from institutions across the nation. Participants were treated to a luncheon where Dr. Marion Montgomery, Professor Emeritus of English at the University of Georgia, was the special guest lecturer.

             

Following the luncheon, speakers interested in the subject of pedagogy, delivered a short lecture in the Briscoe Center. Featured speakers during this time were Aaron Clayton, a student of Binghamton University (N.Y.) and BPC’s own Jo-Ne Bourassa, who delivered a speech concerning the effect of television on student’s learning. The meeting of this association provided a chance to gain further insight and challenged it’s participants to think more deeply and intellectually. As well as having a professor contribute to the thoughtful discussions, BPC also welcomed several students and one alumnus to engage in the lecture series. BPC’s 2008 GPA Scholars were: Timothy Gore, a 2007 BPC graduate, Rachel Allen, Michael Bibb, Carla Guevara, and Max Owens.

             

Brewton-Parker College is the only accredited four-year Christian college in south Georgia.

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Updated on: April 15, 2010 8:26 PM