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ROME — Shorter University’s traditional, online, and graduate programs in Sport Management recently earned accreditation through the Commission of Sport Management Accreditation (COSMA) organization. “We are delighted by this stamp of approval for our outstanding programs in Sport Management,” said Shorter University President Don Dowless. “Our programs in this area have been consistently recognized for excellence in a number […]
“Dr. Washington is a dedicated physician who serves the Lord…”
“We are excited about the leadership that Richard Hendricks will bring…”
Kerri Hammond, left, talks to Phyllis Malcom at a reception during the 2018 GBC annual meeting upon her husband Thomas being named Georgia Baptists’ new executive director. In the background Thomas Hammond talks to Harris Malcom, Phyllis’ husband. SCOTT BARKLEY/Index
Shorter University has earned a Level 4 rating on the 2019 Teacher Preparation Program Effectiveness Measures (PPEMs) published by the Georgia Professional Standards Commission (GaPSC). This level is above the expected level of performance for effectively preparing future teachers and is the highest rating available.“We are so excited to have earned a Distinguished Level ranking,” […]
Distinguished Alumni Award recipient Scott Shepherd (left) and Distinguished Young Alumni Award recipient Freddie Hart (right) were presented awards by Shorter University President Don Dowless (left center) and Alumni Association Board President Darrell Black (right center). Also pictured are Alumni Board member Rick Hunt and Abbey Jacks, Shorter’s Director of Alumni and Community Engagement. Sheri […]
He has won two Dove Awards for his contributions to church music ministry resources.
“His teams have performed well, and he believes in using the sport of basketball to teach larger life lessons.”
Stinchcomb was a member of Shorter’s faculty at the time of his death in April 2018.
“The people are filled with hope and a desire to learn…”