Shorter’s First Lady to Host Little Black Dress Tea
Shorter University First Lady Mrs. Teresa Dowless will host the Second Annual Little Black Dress Tea on Saturday, February 24, 2018. The event will begin at 2 p.m. in the Price Learning Center.
Tickets are $25 each, and all proceeds will benefit The Student Scholarship Fund.
This year’s program will be headlined by 2017 Shorter University Distinguished Alumni Award Recipient LaShell Williams. The Shorter alumna is a published author and motivational speaker, who is passionate about inspiring and empowering others who would like to experience growth educationally, technologically, professionally, and personally.
Press Conference Welcomes New Football Coach Home to the Hill
The media and campus community had an opportunity to meet our new Head Football Coach Zach Morrison, a 2008 Shorter graduate, during a press conference and reception held Thursday, Jan. 11. Taking part in the press conference were Shorter University President Dr. Don Dowless, Athletic Director Tony Lundy, Coach Morrison, Gulf South Conference Commissioner Matt Wilson, and Shorter’s Associate VP for University Communications Dr. Dawn Tolbert. Current and former players were on hand, along with the Hawks longtime coach Phil Jones and his wife, Janie.
Homecoming & Alumni Weekend 2017
Congratulations to the 2017 Distinguished Alumni Award Recipients, LaShell Williams, Mary Shotwell Smith, and Juan Pablo Selle, who were honored during pregame at Shorter University’s Homecoming Football Game. Read about these amazing alumni.
Below are links to photo galleries from the weekend:
Shorter University is excited to connect with alumni in fun and creative ways. Our Alumni and Advancement staff recently enjoyed stopping in to see alumni working at Floyd hospital and Chick-fil-A’s corporate headquarters and are on the road regularly to visit with alumni and friends. If you’d like to host or help arrange an event in your area, contact us at 706-292-3900 or email@example.com.