GCC Fellows

Seven Greensboro College students have been selected to join the GCC Fellows Program at the First Citizens Bank Global Communication Center for Fall 2019. The student fellows will engage community partners and guide the center in its mission to produce versatile communicators in a diverse, media-rich world.

Alicia Arnett is a senior. Upon graduating, Arnett plans to use her major in English & Communication and her minor in psychology as a public relations specialist. She has been active in various clubs that have helped her develop her customer service and leadership skills. Arnett’s love of sports led her to play on the women’s basketball team. In her position as a staff member of the campus newspaper, The Collegian, Arnett is known for her strong journalistic integrity and versatility as a writer.

Timothy Crowell, from Pinnacle, N.C., is a senior obtaining majors in Psychology and English & Communication and a minor in humanities through the George Center for Honors Studies. Crowell is the co-founder and president of Greensboro College’s mental health awareness club, NAMI on Campus, and he is also president of the Student Honors Organization and Greensboro College’s chapter of the Alpha Chi interdisciplinary honor society. He writes for the student newspaper, The Collegian, and is a co-editor of the student-run literary magazine, The Lyre. In his spare time, Crowell enjoys playing piano; he plays for Greensboro College’s chapel service along with several other local events each year. He is completing his undergraduate thesis, titled “Hollywood Therapy: The Portrayal of Mental Health Professionals in Film from 2010 to 2017,” and hopes to attend a graduate program for clinical psychology after graduation.

Glenn Evans is a senior English & Communication major and a Creative Writing minor. He was inducted into Sigma Tau Delta International English Society and serves as a member of the United African American Society. An aspiring poet, Evans has written for The Lyre, the Greensboro College literary magazine, and The Poetry Foundation.  When not pursuing his passion for poetry, Evans enjoys writing album reviews, debating their impact with his friends, and doing video editing and photography.

Joshua Lemon is a senior English major. An aspiring journalist, Lemon will use his writing skills to help the program have a successful launch. Born and raised in Greensboro, Lemon hopes to use local connections and experiences to benefit the program. Lemon plays on the school’s baseball team. Aside from writing and baseball, Lemon also loves science-fiction novels and world history.

Craig Sehlhorst is an English & Communication major and is pursuing a Health minor. He is from Lynn Haven, Fla. Sehlhorst is completing his senior capstone project on reducing drownings at Panama City Beach through an information campaign that will target tourists who disregard the warning flag system. After graduation, Sehlhorst plans to take a full-time position as an ocean rescue specialist.

Jackie Treadway is a writer for The Collegian and The Lyre. She is a senior studying English and Communication while also minoring in Creative Writing. She enjoys reading and writing poetry in her free time. After graduating, Treadway will pursue a career in journalism.

Carissa Washington is from Harrisonburg, Va., and moved to Greensboro her sophomore year. She is a senior double with a double major in Art with a 2D design focus, and English & Communication Studies. With her degree, she would like to pursue marketing and graphic design work. Washington has made the Dean’s List for the past four semesters, served as Student Marshal, and was inducted into the Sigma Tau Delta International English Honor Society. On campus, she is the historian for the revived UAAS organization, a member of the college choir, an intern for the marketing office, a Head Resident Advisor, and a cheer captain for the Greensboro College cheer team.

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