At the most recent board meeting, the Young Harris College Board of Trustees elected Candler Ginn, 1977, as a trustee.
Young Harris College graduate Will Yeiser, Class of 2022, of Columbus, Georgia, was named this year’s Joseph Wilson Boone History Award recipient.
Young Harris College student Jill Davis, Class of 2023, received the McCollough Scholarship to spend approximately six weeks of this summer at Cambridge University’s Wesley House, the Methodist college in Cambridge, England.
The O. Wayne Rollins Planetarium at Young Harris College will host a showing of “Wildest Weather in the Solar System” on Friday, June 17 at 8 p.m.
The Appalachian College Association (ACA) Board of Directors and ACA President Beth Rushing announced on Tuesday, May 24 that Young Harris College has been approved for ACA membership.
Young Harris College congratulates YHC Chair of the Department of Music and Professor of Music Mr. Jeffrey Bauman on thirty years of teaching at the College. YHC honors and celebrates Bauman’s hard work and dedication.
The Young Harris College 2021-2022 academic year has come to an end, and the members of the Class of 2022 have finished their final year in the Enchanted Valley.
On Friday, April 22, 2022, Young Harris College held a ceremony to dedicate the campus recreation center to Rev. Dr. Don Harp, Jr., Class of 1961.
Young Harris College students Veronica Pablo Raymundo and Jordan Pandolph won two top prizes at the Georgia Academy of Science (GAS) annual meeting in March. Pablo Raymundo took the top talk prize in the Biomedical section of the event, while Pandolph took the top talk prize in the Chemistry section.
Young Harris College Assistant Professor of Communication Dr. Joshua Guitar recently published his first book, Dissent, Discourse, and Democracy: Whistleblowers as Sites of Political Contestation, in which he critiques prominent government whistleblowing discourses and theorizes the concept of “abstruction.” Just months after the book’s release, Guitar was awarded the James Madison Prize for Outstanding Research in First Amendment Studies by the Southern States Communication Association (SSCA).