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Student leadership opportunities focus of national presentations

June 1, 2015 Five members of the Student Affairs staff at Pennsylvania College of Technology presented at two far-reaching national conferences earlier this year spreading the word about innovative opportunities... more »»

Lycoming College professor receives faculty research award

June 1, 2015 Dr. Sarah Silkey, associate professor of history at Lycoming College, received the fourth annual Howard C. more »»

Southern Tioga sophomore wins state FBLA office

June 1, 2015 MANSFIELD – Sarah Hohman, 16, a sophomore at North Penn-Mansfield High School, was elected a vice president at large during a recent state competition of Future Business Leaders of America in Hershey. more »»

Robert W. Grantier Memorial Scholarship Fund established

June 1, 2015 The Lancer Foundation of the Loyalsock Township School District recently established the Robert W. Grantier Memorial Scholarship Fund. Grantier retired as superintendent in 2014. more »»

Lycoming students teach art at Hope Enterprises

June 1, 2015 Students from the Lycoming College Department of Art worked with Hope Enterprises, an organization that provides community services to people with intellectual disabilities, in April to teach art... more »»

Lycoming student wins ‘Best Paper’ at regional conference

June 1, 2015 Rita Sausmikat, a Lycoming College senior with a major in history, won “Best Paper” at the Pennsylvania East Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference and Undergraduate History Forum in Apri. more »»

Lock Haven Children’s Festival a success

June 1, 2015 Lock Haven University’s Global MountainServe Center for Community Service hosted their annual Children’s Festival at the Student Recreation Center recently. more »»

Honor roll

June 1, 2015 Williamsport Area High School Third marking period DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Mikayla Bower, Angelina Balestino, Zachary Burgess, Kaitlin Caringi, Alisha Chen, Grace Chestnut, Alyson Corey, Jesse... more »»

Jersey Shore FBLA volunteers at the Ronald McDonald House

June 1, 2015 In April, student members from the Jersey Shore Future Business Leaders of America (FBLA) volunteered at the Ronald McDonald House (RMH) in Danville. more »»

Preparing for the real thing: Speed interviewing at Lock Haven

June 1, 2015 On April 28, LHU health science/community health students participated in “speed interviewing” with community health professional. more »»

Students develop skills creating informational YouTube videos

May 25, 2015 Give a student tools and opportunity, and you might be surprised with the things they can accomplish. more »»

2015 Carl E. Stotz Little League Baseball Scholarships awarded

May 25, 2015 SOUTH WILLIAMSPORT — Since 1994, Little League International has honored the memory of its founder through the Carl E. Stotz Little League Baseball Scholarship. more »»

A student's story

May 25, 2015 Nine, eight, seven … The countdowns have been around since last August, but now their elusive end date is right around the corner. more »»

Registration deadline June 5 for summer camps at Penn College

May 25, 2015 Pennsylvania College of Technology offers fun, interactive and hands-on summer camps that reflect the unique academic majors offered across campus. more »»

In the Schools

May 25, 2015 Summer classes to be offered at Mansfield MANSFIELD — Registration is now open for summer classes at Mansfield Universit. more »»

Rita Dibble named Mansfield’s assistant vice president for advancement

May 25, 2015 MANSFIELD — Rita Dibble has been named assistant vice president of advancement at Mansfield Universit. more »»

Lycoming College students present at Food Waste and Hunger Summit

May 25, 2015 Three Lycoming College students recently presented at the second annual Food Waste and Hunger Summit at the University of Georgia in Athens, Georgia. more »»

Project WET curriculum seminar

May 25, 2015 WATERVILLE — Little Pine State Park will hold a Project WET curriculum seminar from 8:30 a.m. to 3:30 p.m. June 17. more »»

Lycoming students present economics research at Global Landscapes Conference

May 25, 2015 Six Lycoming College students presented their economics research at the Global Landscapes Conference, held at Kings College in April. more »»

Shikellamy students raise more than $3,500 for PACFI

May 25, 2015 Shikellamy seventh graders in Joselle DeRemer’s Commun­ication Arts classes raised more than $3,500 for Pennsylvania Cystic Fibrosis Inc. (PACFI) in their annual spelling challenge. more »»



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