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Education

Loyalsock grad earns NYU leadership award

Jess Solley, Loyalsock Township High School ’13, was selected to represent her class at the NYU SPS Convocation in May 2021. She was honored with the Schack Leadership Award, which is presented annually in recognition of outstanding academic achievement, leadership, and service to the ...

PCT names assistant deans for engineering technologies

Pennsylvania College of Technology has added to its leadership team with the appointment of two assistant deans for the School of Engineering Technologies. Kathleen D. Chesmel heads the school’s Materials Science and Engineering Technologies Division, and Ellyn A. Lester is doing the same ...

Lycoming undergrads present at conference

On April 25, 2021, three Lycoming College students presented their research at the Lehigh Valley Society for Neuroscience Undergraduate Research Conference. Annabelle Brinkerhoff ’21, Katie Moon ’21 and Emily Frantz '21 were among 18 other students selected to present at this year’s ...

LHU announces fall 2021 return to campus plan

LOCK HAVEN — In August, Lock Haven University will welcome all students, faculty and staff back to campus for the first time since the pandemic began. Classrooms are planned to operate at full capacity for the fall 2021 semester at the LHU’s main and Clearfield campuses and many of the ...

Student writes work of science fiction

Colby Killian is a young man of few words, at least when it comes to speaking about himself. The written word is another matter as Killian, who will be a senior this fall at Loyalsock Township High School, has taken an idea from a dream and turned it into a work of science fiction titled ...

Director named for new LEAP Center

Pennsylvania College of Technology has hired the director for its newly formed LEAP (Learning, Evolving, Adapting, Preparing) Center, a dedicated first-year advising center modeled on current best practices in undergraduate retention. Christie Bing Kracker, who has more than 25 years of ...