Education

MU Concert Choir members and alumni to perform at Carnegie Hall

MANSFIELD — Eighty Mansfield University singers from the current Concert Choir joined former alumni choir members will perform in a professional Broadway show under the direction of Rob Fisher in Carnegie Hall at 7 p.m. April 18. Fisher, a renowned Broadway musical director and recipient ...

Andrew J. Bucher named ‘Student of the Month’ at Penn College

Andrew J. Bucher, scheduled to graduate in May with an associate degree in heavy construction equipment technology: technician emphasis, was named the March “Student of the Month” at Pennsylvania College of Technology. Bucher — who also holds an associate degree in automotive technology ...

LHU holds 3rd annual Business Symposium, ‘Innovation Wins’

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University’s Stephen Poorman College of Business, Information Systems, and Human Services and the LHU Business Hall of Fame held their third annual Business Symposium recently in Rogers Gymnasium on the LHU campus. A welcome was given by Dr. Stephen P. Neun, dean ...

LHU students, area nonprofits work together

LOCK HAVEN — At the end of the fall 2017 semester, 13 Lock Haven University recreation management students, enrolled in the finance and acquisition of recreation resources class, presented grant writing projects that they had been working on all semester. Some of those projects possessing the ...

Troy High School students compete in Pennsylvania Economics Challenge

Twenty-four Troy High School students, in teams of three to four, competed in the David Ricardo division — which includes students who have taken any one semester, introductory or general, combined macro and micro economics course — of the Pennsylvania Economics Challenge. Hundreds of ...

Horticulture student earns scholarship; faculty member recognized

A Pennsylvania College of Technology student recently was awarded a $5,000 scholarship from the Pennsylvania Landscape & Nursery Association Foundation at an event that also highlighted a faculty member’s longtime commitment to the industry. Aaron A. Sledge Jr., of Pittsburgh, a ...

Trout Run student wins state Techni-Bowl title

DALLAS TOWNSHIP — A Trout Run medical imaging student at Misericordia University captured first place with her teammates in the annual Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Technologists’ (PSRT) Techni-Bowl competition during the annual PSRT 2018 Annual State Conference and Business Meeting in ...

Penn College to continue Technology & Society Colloquia Series

The next talk in the Technology & Society Colloquia Series at Penn College, “Art + Engineering = Creative Problem Solving,” will be presented by 2016-17 Penn State Laureate Rebecca Strzelec, professor of visual arts and program coordinator of visual art studies at Penn State Altoona, at ...

The Stock Market Competition

Williamsport Sun-Gazette/Fairfield Auto Group/Pennsylvania College of Technology/Woodlands Bank/Pennsylvania Council on Financial Literacy The Stock Market Competition Week 8 High School 1. Montgomery - 249,522.70 Ryan Monoski 2. Muncy - 211,161.72 Beth Baker 3. Jersey Shore - ...

Honor rolls

Loyalsock Township High School Second marking period High Honor Roll Grade 9 — Caleb Albaugh, Liam Bastian, Kelson Bennett, Grace Boos, Isabella Cole, Jocelyn Cruz, Jacob Daniels, Kaitlynn Davenport, Amaya Dobsky, Elijah Dowell, Sophia Gardner, Cassandra Gee, Alena Getgen, Alyssa Graver, ...

Muncy pride

The Muncy Indian overlooks the valley that follows the course of the students’ lives at the Muncy High School in a mural by Sabrina Barner, junior, hanging in the hall near the cafeteria. “The Indian, on one side, represents the school and he is looking over the valley, and within the ...

In the classroom … with Ashley Cozza

Ashely Cozza, of Loyalsock Township, is a seventh grade mathematics teacher at Warrior Run Middle School. In only her second year of teaching, she said she enjoys the challenges that come with reaching the needs of her students on a daily basis. A 2011 graduate of Loyalsock Township High ...

LHU inducts 2 alumni into Business Hall of Fame

LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University recently inducted two alumni into the Business Hall of Fame during a ceremony and luncheon held recently in the Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center, Poorman Ballroom. Inductees honored during the event were: Susan K. Myers, ’76, consultant for Corning ...

Penn College students compete at national horticulture competition

Four Pennsylvania College of Technology horticulture students were among the top finishers in their five respective categories during the 42nd annual National Collegiate Landscape Competition held recently in Graham, North Carolina. Michael S. Shreiner, of Wayne, placed eighth out of 51 ...

In the Schools

Mansfield University to host Rock the Vote MANSFIELD — Tioga County Indivisible will host the Rock the Vote voter registration drive 5-8 p.m. Tuesday at Mansfield University. John Fetterman, Lt. Governor candidate, will be the headlining guest. Prior to their visit at Mansfield ...

FCFP announces four scholarships for non-traditional students

First Community Foundation Partnership of Pennsylvania recently announced four special interest scholarship award opportunities for non-traditional students in Lycoming and surrounding counties. • The Joseph R. Calder Jr., MD Scholarship Fund is in memory of Calder who was dedicated to ...

LHU students participate in PASSHE Advocacy Day

LOCK HAVEN — Nearly 30 Lock Haven University students and several administrators participated in the annual Pennsylvania State System of High Education (PASSHE) Advocay Day event at the state Capitol in Harrisburg recently. This year’s theme was “Prepared4PA.” Student representatives, ...

Penn College to exhibit at nation’s largest science festival

Pennsylvania College of Technology will reprise its participation at the 2018 USA Science & Engineering Festival showcasing how science, technology, engineering and math play an integral role in culinary activities. Faculty and students from Penn College will once again present hands-on ...

LHU professor presents at forum on combating opioid crisis

LOCK HAVEN — The U.S. Chamber of Commerce recently hosted a critical forum, “Combating the Opioid Crisis: From Communities to the Capital,” in Washington, D.C. The forum featured speakers from the business community as well as state and federal government officials to highlight the work ...

Aviation Students Awarded International Helicopter Scholarships

Two Pennsylvania College of Technology students were among seven selected internationally to receive a Bill Sanderson Aviation Maintenance Technology Scholarship from Helicopter Association International’s Technical Committee. Samuel J. Pham, of Camp Hill, and Christopher J. Carreiro, of ...