University Presents Scholarship to Outstanding Georgia Alumna

December 22, 2009 / by / 3 Comments

Brian Mueller presented GCU alumni and Georgia teacher Tracey Harmon with a $15,000 doctoral scholarship at the University’s Quarterly Meeting December 18. The GCU master’s in education graduate and Jamestown Elementary “Teacher of the Year” shared with GCU faculty and staff how she had overcome a difficult background to earn her degree and persevere to provide a better life for herself and her daughter. Tracey also acknowledged the support of her GCU counselors, who helped contribute to her success and desire to pursue a doctoral degree.


About the Author
3 Responses
  1. vernita Weller

    Awesome story. Very inspiring.

    Dec.30.2009 at 10:44 pm
  2. Alissa Williams

    This is just one more example of no more excuses. Believing and the will to go on inspite of situtations or circumstances can be overcome. Obstacles can be replaced with achievement of success.

    Jan.13.2010 at 5:05 pm
  3. Nancy Tubman

    Tracey, you are a true inspiration to me to keep on keeping on. I am currently an online student at GCU. I love that this school has a spiritual and godly foundation. Everytime I visit my online class religion is always brought to my attention. Now that is a good and awesome thing. It reminds me to count God in everything I do. May God bless you and your daugther eternally and to be an inspiration to others.

    Jan.18.2010 at 10:29 am
Leave a Comment