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Julia Drummond retires as NGU professor

STAFF REPORTS
Published on Sunday, December 18, 2016

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Dr. Julia Drummond, left, NGU Interim President Dr. Randall J. Pannell, and Dr. Cathy Sepko, right.
 

Dr. Julia Drummond, left, NGU Interim President Dr. Randall J. Pannell, and Dr. Cathy Sepko, right.

 

Julia Drummond has retired as a professor of English at NGU since 1999. She earned her Master of Arts in teaching from Converse College and her doctorate from Century University. Drummond taught for 30 years in Greenville County Schools before joining the NGU family.

She’s taught a number of courses, including Shakespeare’s Comedies, Young Adult Literature, Multicultural Literature, and Composition and Literature. Drummond has been named to Who’s Who Among American Teachers seven times.

An active member of Riverside Baptist Church in Greer, Drummond enjoys participating in mission trips and traveling nationally and internationally. She is known on campus for driving a red mustang.

Dr. Cathy Sepko, also an english professor, who delivered the commencement address, is also retiring.

“We celebrate the many things these two ladies have accomplished and ask the Lord to open many more doors of service during their retirement,” said NGU Interim President Randall Pannell at their shared retirement reception.

 

 

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