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Lycoming County Medical Society awards scholarships to local students

January 4, 2016 HARRISBURG — The Lycoming County Medical Society recently announced three $3,000 medical school scholarship recipients. The students are: • Laura A. Anderson, daughter of Dr. more »»

Philosophy professor publishes celebration of U.S. republic

January 4, 2016 Dr. Robert Jacques, an adjunct professor of philosophy at Lycoming College, recently released an unprecedented portrait of the U.S. in his book “The Republic. more »»

Scholarship for Bradford County nursing students awarded at Mansfield

January 4, 2016 MANSFIELD — Amanda Manning, of Rome, Pennsylvania, is the 2015 recipient of the Robert Packer Hospital School of Nursing Alumni Scholarship, given by the Linderman-McGlenn Family Trust, to a student... more »»

Mansfield concert choir is finalist for national honor

January 4, 2016 MANSFIELD — The Mansfield University concert choir is one of eight finalists nationwide for The American Prize 2015 in choral performance, college/university division. more »»

Interview of recognized jazz author highlight of journal

January 4, 2016 The recently released issue of “Brilliant Corners,” a unique blend of literature about jazz, features an interview by prominent jazz author Willard Jenkins. D. more »»

Student lands internship managing social media for Potter fan site

January 4, 2016 A senior marketing student at Pennsylvania College of Technology was selected as an intern for a fan site that is known as the world’s No. 1 “Harry Potter” website. more »»

Student who desegregated Little Rock High School to speak at Lycoming College

January 4, 2016 Dr. Terrence Roberts will discuss the lessons learned from the desegregation of schools at 7:30 p.m. Jan. 20 in Clarke Chapel at Lycoming College. more »»

Area Students of the Month honored for the month of December

January 4, 2016 Haines River Len Haines, son of Dennis and Lisa Haines, of Jersey Shore, has been chosen as the Jersey Shore Lions Club Citizen of the Month for December. more »»

Lycoming intern earns award from state-wide college association

January 4, 2016 Leah Handwerk, of Hockessin, Delaware, earned the Joanne Day Student of the Year Award in the liberal arts category from the Pennsylvania Association of Colleges and Employers (PENNACE) on Dec. 3. more »»

New program to help Jersey Shore elementary students

December 28, 2015 JERSEY SHORE — For the first time this year, a new program is in place to help give students in kindergarten at Jersey Shore Area Elementary School a more personalized approach for their individual... more »»

Penn College teams place in global top 100 in business simulation

December 28, 2015 Competing against thousands of teams worldwide, two Pennsylvania College of Technology groups were ranked in the Global Top 100 during the fall semester as they “played” the Business Strategy Game. more »»

A student’s story

December 28, 2015 Although Christmas is over, students are still enjoying the gift of Christmas break. They are getting the chance to spend time with family, take time to relax and catch up on slee. more »»

Area students are ‘Too Good for Drugs’

December 28, 2015 With the ongoing opiate epidemic, the West Branch Drug and Alcohol Abuse Commission offers a program entitled “Too Good for Drugs” to help educate school students on drug awareness. more »»

Industrial design Professor addresses ‘maker movement’

December 28, 2015 A Pennsylvania College of Technology professor of industrial and human factors design addressed the inspirational and innovative “maker movement” at the fall conference of the American Society for... more »»

Stephen and Pamela Poorman make historic gift to Lock Haven University

December 28, 2015 Lock Haven University (LHU) and Stephen and Pamela Poorman celebrate one of the largest philanthropic individual donor gift in both institutional and the Pennsylvania’s State System of Higher... more »»

Lycoming students to benefit from Hearst Foundations grant

December 28, 2015 Incoming students at Lycoming College with the greatest financial need will benefit from a $75,000 Hearst Foundations grant starting with the 2016-17 academic year. more »»

Inaugural LHU ‘President’s Medal’ awarded to CCAC at ceremony

December 28, 2015 LOCK HAVEN — A new tradition was started at Lock Haven University recently, and it’s meant to praise those in the community who are working to make Lock Haven, and the broader region, a better place... more »»

Lycoming College partners with a Los Angeles-based teen mentoring program

December 28, 2015 High school girls from traditionally underserved communities now have one more tool to help them complete college because of the recent partnership formed between Lycoming College and a Los... more »»

Area honor roll students

December 28, 2015 Loyalsock Township Middle School First marking period DISTINGUISHED HONOR ROLL Grade 6 — Amara Barnes, Tyler Barnes, Grace Baylor, Mia Blas, Ryan Bognaski, Taylor Downs, Jackson Ellis, Jackson... more »»

Workshop for teachers emphasizes creative side of STEM

December 28, 2015 Learning looked a lot like play when more than 90 middle school educators from across Pennsylvania — and a few from other states — convened at Pennsylvania College of Technology to sit on the... more »»



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