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In celebrating the founding of Converse College this year, the community gathered to hear a 2007 graduate share her advice on creating a community in a world where there are so many barriers to engaging with each other. The Student Government Association also unveiled their theme for the coming year, “Sharing The Past, Empowering the…
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Associate Professor of Music Therapy Dr. Anita Swanson is passionate about the effect music has on individuals. Music is often called a “universal language” and not only connects people from various walks of life, but it has been proven to heal. Dr. Swanson strives to help future and current music therapists succeed. As part of…
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Upstate area adults who started college but never finished their degree have the opportunity to complete it through a new program offered by Converse College at the University Center in Greenville (UCG). Converse College’s coeducational Degree Completion Program will start in June and is accepting applications now. Leading to a Bachelor of Arts (BA) in…
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Ann Taylor Adams ’19 was recently featured on the South Carolina IDeA Networks of Biomedical Research Excellence (SCINBRE) website. While at Converse, Ann received the Psychology Department's Outstanding Senior award for her research and community service. She is the recipient of a Rehabilitation Services Administration scholarship; Ann plans to pursue a Master's degree in Rehabilitation…
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Dr. Joe Dunn delivered the keynote banquet address at the 199th Infantry Brigade (Redcatcher Association) convention held at Niagara Falls, NY. Dr. Dunn served in the 199th Infantry in Vietnam in 1969-1970 and his memoir, Desk Warrior, was judged by a recent bibliographic encyclopedia as one of the four best of the 2000+ Vietnam first-person…
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Arts management students in class

Our Arts Management students are spending their summer gaining work experience in their field of interest, and making connections with potential future employers! See where our Arts Managements students are interning this summer: Allison Benton '22 - Rutherford County Visual Arts Lillie Kieken '21 - GLOW Lyric Theatre Elizabeth McCaw '20 - 701 Center for…
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