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Lycoming College student Ruric Bowman, does research to advance senate bill for first ever Pennsylvania state amphibian
The eastern hellbender is one step closer to becoming Pennsylvania's first ever official state amphibian with the passing of Senate Bill 658, a collaborated effort of the Chesapeake Bay Foundation's Pennsylvania Student Leadership Council and Lycoming College's Clean Water Institute (CWI).
The Lycoming College Dean's List is issued at the close of each semester in recognition of superior scholarship. The following high-performing students were recognized for academic excellence for the Spring of 2018.
Lycoming College marked its 170th commencement ceremony with hundreds of parents, family members and friends, while President Kent C. Trachte, Ph.D., and Phillip W. Sprunger, Ph.D., provost and dean of the college, awarded diplomas to new graduates.
Lycoming College senior, Jason Graff, was recently honored by the Best Shorts Competition with an Award of Recognition: Documentary Short (Student) for his film "Ramona."
Lycoming College physics majors Brianna Zawadzki '18 and Tom Osborne '18, and Christopher Kulp, Ph.D., professor of physics and chair of the department of astronomy and physics at Lycoming College, co-authored a paper published in prominent academic journal The Physical Review E, in August.
Lycoming College students Co Published physics paper titled "Using missing ordinal patterns to detect nonlinearity in time series data"
The paper presents a new method for analyzing data see if that system generating the data obeys a set of rules that are either simple (linear) or complicated (nonlinear). The ability to identify the types of rules obeyed by a system is very important for developing mathematical models of the system.
Lycoming students synthesize new starting materials (chemical compounds) for a chemical reaction using a reagent system (combination of chemicals to effect a certain "job", namely reductive cyclization) invented by my research group (the reagent system was first described by us in The Journal of Organic Chemistry in 2016).
The Heart of Williamsport is a nonprofit organization is designed to help revitalize the community of Williamsport in stages. Their current stage emphasizes community outreach using social media and local events to encourage members to share their opinions about the city. Hayley worked on several communications projects since the beginning of my WISE internship. Most of the projects emphasized presenting written value statements about Williamsport that the organization has put together by writing blog posts and managing their social media accounts. Heart of Williamsport's goal is to obtain feedback from the community to share ideas for action in the next stage.
The Lycoming College chapter of Sigma Tau Delta, the national honor society for English majors, inducted several students in the spring of 2017.
For the second season in a row, Lycoming College wrestling seniors Nolan Barger (Clearfield, Pa./Clearfield Area) and Seth Lansberry (Klingerstown, Pa./Line Mountain) and junior Brandon Conrad (Bloomsburg, Pa./Bloomsburg) each earned slots on the 10-member Academic All-MAC wrestling squad, the conference office in Annville, Pa., announced on Tuesday, June 20.
Education students at Lycoming College discussed the joys and challenges of their spring teaching experiences at an open house held on campus last month.
A student-faculty research duo at Lycoming College identified an interesting link between motivational orientation and emotions in the workplace. Motivational orientation refers to a person's interests, attitudes and willingness to master tasks and goals.
Lycoming College is pleased to announce the commissioning of three graduates as second lieutenants in the U.S. Army. The cadets were commissioned during the College's baccalaureate ceremony in May.
Lycoming College recently presented students with the Mathematical Science Award at its annual Honors Convocation in April.
Lycoming College recently honored students with a Joanne and Arthur Haberberger Fellowship, a $1,000 scholarship given annually to rising seniors who display exceptional research and scholarship. The award was presented at the college's annual Honors Convocation held in April.
Katherine Stepnowski received the Helen R. Hoover Community Service Prize at Lycoming College's annual Honors Convocation in April.
Shawn McCollum received the Interfraternity Man of the Year Award at Lycoming College's Annual Leadership and Service Awards Banquet in April.
The president of a L.A.S.O. is the chief executive officer of the holding company created to manage the club and any facilities (like a course and clubhouse) that the club owns.The president acts as chair of club meetings, and is typically responsible for the operation of the club itself
Artwork by senior Lycoming College art students will be on exhibit at the College's art gallery from April 7 through May 13. The artists will discuss their work, starting at 6:00 p.m., during a reception on April 7 from 5 to 9 p.m. The reception and exhibit are free and open to the public.
Students were selected to serve as a resident assistant for the 2016-2017 academic year. Resident assistants serve as a leader in their residential community and enforce College policies and procedures to ensure health and safety in the residence halls. They also assist with building an authentic community on their hallway, and plan, facilitate, and evaluate social and educational programs for residents in their community. Above all, resident assistants serve as a positive influence and a role model for residents and for the College as a whole.
Jacob Maneval '19, a history major from Jersey Shore, Pa., earned the 2016 Ed Gabriel First-Year Writing and Research prize for research completed during his freshman seminar last spring. The award is given to students in any major who complete research in any field and who document their findings in a paper during their freshman year.