February 2011
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GLI Campus Green
A reaccreditation team from the Southern Association of Colleges and Schools will review Winthrop's Global Learning Initiative this spring. The five-year plan will help prepare students for effective global citizenship by  integrating global learning across the Touchstone Program, which are the general education requirements for all students and provide a core foundation.
The SACS team will visit the campus April 4-6 and talk with administrators, faculty, staff and students to see how the initiative will be implemented.
University News
West ForumWest Forum to Bring Clyburn and Mulvaney to Campus
The John C. West Forum on Politics and Policy will inaugurate a new lecture series this spring by hosting two South Carolina members of Congress with very different perspectives on what is happening in Washington, D.C. On Feb. 23, U.S. Representative James E. Clyburn (D-6th District) the Assistant Democratic Leader of the House, will give remarks in the DiGiorgio Campus Center, beginning at 5:30 p.m.
Comporium and Winthrop Hold Photography Contest for Upcoming Phone Directory
Mass Communication Week on Feb. 28-March 3 Features Chicago Tribune's Solomon

Faculty Activities
PatwardhanMass Communication Professor Patwardhan Chosen as Thompson Scholar
As Winthrop University's newly appointed Thompson Scholar, faculty member Padmini Patwardhan will spend the next year piloting a comprehensive global learning plan for two programs housed in the Department of Mass Communication.
Marchel Selected as Recipient of Bank of America Endowed Professorship
Liberty Tree Initiative Encourages Freedom of Expression

My Winthrop Experience
StrokisDaniel Strokis
Daniel Strokis' professors describe him as an eager and talented young composer who truly enjoys writing music. The Fort Mill native is among the first students in a newly forged music composition track in the bachelor of music degree started in fall 2008. Music faculty members Ron Parks and Mark Lewis hoped their composition students would make their presence known in the region. They did not anticipate that success would materialize so swiftly.
Cayla Eagon
Professional Pitchers Slowey and Leroux Look Past Home Plate Toward Degrees

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Alumni Updates
Winthrop AlumniHelp Winthrop Alumni Go Green

Winthrop's Alumni Association is committed to preserving your Winthrop campus one tree at a time, and now you can help. Over the next year, the Winthrop Alumni Association will continue its shift to more online communication in an effort to go green and be more fiscally responsible. We will continue to use email increasingly for many event invitations, the Winthrop Update newsletter, the annual report and notes from class chairs, for example. Please note that alumni and donors will continue to receive some communication via mail.

Leadership Gift to Winthrop Fund Honors Campus Community

Belk Commissions Athletic Statues for Winthrop
Medal of Honor Tickets Available to General Public

Art Happenings
theater"Once Upon a Mattress" Puts New Spin on Classic Fairy Tale
A deceitful queen, a cursed king, a royal courtship derailed by countless schemes – "Once Upon a Mattress" isn't quite the fairy tale so many theatregoers recall from their childhoods. Produced by Winthrop's Department of Theatre and Dance and the Department of Music, "Once Upon a Mattress" is a sillier version of Hans Christian Andersen's "The Princess and the Pea."
Hamilton's Photo a Finalist in London Competition
Feb. Galleries Exhibitions Focus on Undergraduate and Starrett's Artwork

EmmertNCAA President Emmert Said NCAA Helps Student-Athletes with Life Skills
NCAA President Mark Emmert told nearly 300 people attending Winthrop's 125th Anniversary Celebration dinner on on Jan. 21 that intercollegiate athletics is all about providing talented and skilled student-athletes with the support to be successful in life.
Simms, Leroux Move Up Performance Ladder at Akron Invitational
First Look Friday
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125th Eddie Lee audio speech
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