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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).
Sarah Silkey, Ph.D., associate professor of history at Lycoming College, has secured a $136,000 grant to analyze a rare Reconstruction-era collection of correspondence from a family with ties to the Ku Klux Klan. With this award, Lycoming joins Harvard University, Princeton University, University of Notre Dame, Boston College and other tier one research institutions in receiving one of only nine ACLS fellowships this year - a rare honor for an undergraduate institution.
This summer Paige Rockwell participated in Research Experience for Undergraduates (REU) at Lehigh University, doing research with Dr. Baltrusaitis in the Chemical Engineering Department on synthesizing and testing catalysts for turning simpler chemical feedstocks into more complex compounds.
The Lycoming College Expedition to Idalion under the direction of Dr. Pamela Gaber was in the field from June 19-August 4 this year. Lycoming students participating in the expedition gained hands-on experience in an large archaeological dig in Cyprus, where they were trained in proper field archaeology methodology, as well as the archaeology of Cyprus.
Leann Seidel, a graduate of Millville High School from Jerseytown, Pa., is a senior at Lycoming College majoring in chemistry with a minor in Business. This summer she did chemistry research with Dr. Charles Mahler as part of the Department of Chemistry's Endowed Summer Research Program
Kayla Everett spent the 2017 May Term living in a tent in the Guatemalan jungle, assisting Dr. Jessica Munson with documenting newly discovered ruins at the ancient Maya site of Altar de Sacrificios.
Two Lycoming College students completed research projects during a 10-day trip to the Dominican Republic. Students traveled to the village of El Naranjito, to perform water quality measurements as baseline comparisons for future research.