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Students present research at Society for Applied Anthropology (SfAA) Conference

April 27, 2015 Lycoming College seniors, Brigid Clark and Matthew Amendolara, recently presented their research at the Society for Applied Anthropology’s (SfAA) 75th annual meeting in Pittsburgh. more »»

The Stock Market Game

April 27, 2015 Local results for the week of April 27: High school 1. MONTGOMERY — $158,705.54 Ryan Monoski 2. LOYALSOCK — $103,699 Michelle Carpenter 3. HUGHESVILLE — $102,158.09 Brian Machmer Middle school 1. more »»

Jordyn Howe named director of alumni relations at Mansfield

April 27, 2015 MANSFIELD — Jordyn Howe has been named director of Alumni Relations at Mansfield University. more »»

Working on a green thumb

April 20, 2015 Exciting things are happening at Hughesville High School now that Lisa Strouse, Hughesville’s Earth science teacher and Penn State Extension master gardener, has taken over the greenhouse. more »»

Lycoming student wins “Best Paper” at regional conference

April 20, 2015 Amanda Barrett, a Lycoming College senior with a major in history and education certification, won “Best Paper” at the Pennsylvania West Regional Phi Alpha Theta Conference and Undergraduate History... more »»

Montgomery Area High School, Virtuoso to present ‘Footloose’

April 20, 2015 Virtuoso, the Montgomery Area High School music and theatre ensemble, will present their spring musical, “Footloose” at 7 p.m. Friday and Saturday and at 2 p.m. Sunday in the high school auditori. more »»

Lock Haven masters degrees ranked on GoGrad website

April 20, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — Lock Haven University had two of its master degree programs ranked on the GoGrad website,, recently. more »»

Two new members named to Mansfield council of trustees

April 20, 2015 MANSFIELD — Aaron Singer and Bruce Vickery, both of Wellsboro, have been named to the Mansfield University Council of Trustees. more »»

Week of the Young Child marked by fun, learning

April 20, 2015 Training for early learning professionals and educational activities for children was the focus last week as STEP Inc. took part in the nationwide Week of the Young Child. more »»

Dean's list

April 20, 2015 Towson University Towson, Md. MONTOURSVILLE — Matthew J. Ayers. South Hills School of Business and Technology WILLIAMSPORT — Megan Bower. University of New Haven West Haven, Con. more »»

Sealant Saturday serves 56 children at Penn College

April 20, 2015 Pennsylvania College of Technology students and faculty teamed with community volunteers on March 21 to treat 56 children as part of the Pennsylvania Dental Hygien­ists’ Association’s statewide... more »»

In the Schools

April 20, 2015 Preschool begins enrollment Happy Harbor Preschool has startrted enrollment for the 2015-16 school year. A child that will be 3 or 4 by Sept. 1 are eligible to enroll. more »»

Penn College grad honored with industry group’s inaugural award

April 20, 2015 An alumnus of Pennsylvania College of Technology’s landscape/horticulture program recently was honored with the first Young Entrepreneur of the Year Award from the Profess­ional Landscape Net­work. more »»

Area schools announce Students of the Month

April 20, 2015 Stavinski Kyle G. Stavinski, of Elysburg, an emergency medical services major, was chosen as the March Student of the Month at Pennsylvania College of Technology. more »»

Mansfield turns RED to Support the Military

April 20, 2015 MANSFIELD — The Mansfield University school colors are red and black, but this month, RED is the color and the focus of the campus on Fridays. RED stands for “Remember Everyone Deploye. more »»

Penn College students among top 10 finishers at landscape event

April 20, 2015 Horticulture students from Pennsylvania College of Technology finished in the top 10 of three categories in the Professional Landscape Network’s 39th annual Student Career Days held in Raleigh, Nort... more »»

West Branch School graduate wins national essay contest

April 20, 2015 Emily Redmond, a 2012 graduate of West Branch School, currently an eighth grader at Park Forest Middle School in State College, wrote the winning essay in the 2014-15 Walden Woods Live Deliberately... more »»

Geosciences students and faculty awarded Mansfield Presidential Coin for Excellence

April 20, 2015 MANSFIELD — Fran Hendricks, Mansfield University president, awarded the Mansfield University Presidential Coin for Excellence to Jonathan Bagg and Wesley Glowitz, geosciences students and Andy Shear... more »»

Music teaches Head Start students to do more than sing

April 20, 2015 Bradford-Tioga Head Start students recently worked music into the classroom. Katie Place, a teacher in the Athens 1 classroom, transferred her love of music to her 3 and 4 year old students. more »»

Lycoming College wins three Educational Advertising Awards

April 20, 2015 The Higher Education Marketing Report recently presented Lycoming College with three Educational Advertising Awards. more »»



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