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Students translate book of prose poetry by distinguished Latina writer.
Take a virtual step onto College Place or stroll across the Quad on a student-guided tour and you'll feel right at home.
With a term as class president, the president of the Lycoming College Inter-Fraternal Council and a near-perfect GPA as a biology major, men's lacrosse's Nick Russello '20 (Guilford, Conn./Guilford) has picked up one the most prestigious honors in collegiate sports, being named as one of 42 NCAA Postgraduate Scholarships for the spring season, the organization announced on Friday, July 24.
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Christopher Pearl, Ph.D., associate professor of history and co-coordinator of American studies at Lycoming College, has earned a fellowship from the Robert H. Smith International Center for Jefferson Studies at Monticello, enabling him to conduct research for his upcoming book about the creation of executive power during the American Revolutionary War.
In Lycoming College’s First Year Seminar , “Returning Home: What Does it Mean to Desist from Crime?” freshmen look at challenges faced by those previously incarcerated. In a culminating project, students interviewed and wrote the stories of Lycoming County Reentry Services Center participants, six of which were published in local news outlet, On the PULSE.
Robert F. Smith, Ph.D., assistant professor of biology at Lycoming College and research associate with the College’s Clean Water Institute, was awarded a $25,550 grant from the National Science Foundation to support of the 5th Symposium on Urbanization and Stream Ecology.
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Make plans to join in a virtual Homecoming celebration this year, filled with Warrior Cheer. We will also celebrate the Class of 2020 on campus with the College’s 172nd Commencement.
Lycoming’s Fall 2020 openLYCOMING Community Seminar will be available to stream online on Wednesdays. Justin Lopez-Medina, Ph.D., will present Exploring Urban Myths and Why We Fear Things.