From the Worldwide Faith News archives www.wfn.org
04 May 1996 20:34:36
95350 College News
by Julian Shipp
LAURINBURG, N.C.--A $146,000 federal grant will allow St. Andrews
Presbyterian College to establish a first-of-its-kind therapeutic riding
curriculum, leading to a four-year degree in the subject. The Fund for the
Improvement of Postsecondary Education (FIPSE) awarded the three-year grant
to St. Andrews and the North American Riding for the Handicapped
Association (NARHA) to train and certify instructors in the growing field
of using horses to benefit persons with disabilities.
CLINTON, S.C.--An Oct. 3 lecture by Dr. Syngman Rhee will celebrate the
relationship that now exists between Presbyterian College and its partner
Presbyterian Church institution, Han Nam University in Korea. Rhee serves
as associate director of the Worldwide Ministries Division in the
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.). His convocation address will focus on the
two-day Korean Jubilee, which is a celebration of Korean Liberation from
Japan. The convocation will be held in Belk Auditorium on the Presbyterian
College campus at 11 a.m. The lecture is free and open to the public.
DAVIDSON, N.C.--Davidson College will officially conclude its successful
"Campaign for Davidson" Oct. 6 with a fall convocation highlighted by an
address by John Brademas, president emeritus of New York University and
adviser to the U.S. government on the arts and education. During the past
five years, the "Campaign for Davidson" raised $158 million for the Annual
Fund to support teaching, enhance physical facilities, strengthen academic
resources and enrich student life. National campaign chair Beverly F.
Dolan, former CEO of Textron, will declare the campaign ended and review
the things it allowed the college to achieve.
For more information contact Presbyterian News Service
Presbyterian Church (U.S.A.), Louisville, KY 40202
phone 502-569-5504 fax 502-569-8073
E-mail PCUSA.NEWS@pcusa.org Web page: http://www.pcusa.org
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