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EXPERIENTIAL

LEARNING AND THE

LIBERAL ARTS

Lycoming opened its Center

for Enhanced Academic

Experiences during the fall

semester to oversee internships

and career advising, funded

student-faculty research and

global education experiences.

Beginning with the class

of 2019, all students are

required to complete at least

one enhanced academic

experience, enabling them to

create an educational portfolio

uniquely designed to position

them for future careers.

“The center is integral to

our model of a 21st century

liberal arts education, one

that combines the power of

experiential learning with the

proven value of the liberal arts

education that Lycoming has

provided since its founding,”

said Kent Trachte, president.

COACH G ACCOLADES

Lycoming honored Coach

Frank L. Girardi, Sr., as a

member of the 2016 College

Football Hall of Fame Class

with an on-campus salute this

fall. More than 300 alumni,

friends and fans joined the

celebration to recognize

his dedication to Lycoming

College. Coach G was also

honored this fall on the floor

of the Pennsylvania State

House and Senate for his

years of service and coaching

accomplishments at Lycoming

College.

Center staff members Anne Landon, Kristin Laudenslager ’10, Susan

Ross, Ph.D. and Lori Lyons guide Nathalie Montoya ’20 (second from

left) with study abroad opportunities.

Mike Clark ’93, director of

athletics and head football

coach, introduces Frank Girardi

in the celebration tent during

the on-campus salute, honoring

Coach G’s lifetime of service to

Lycoming.

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Members of Coach Girardi’s last team in 2007 with him inside the

celebration tent: Coach Girardi’s grandson Zack Hanner ’10, Nick Tessner,

grandson Nate Hanner ’08, T.J. Doyle ’11, Coach Girardi, Blake Barth ’10,

and Brad Shellenberger ’10.

Football alumni spanning several

decades gather for a group

photo to commemorate the

Coach G celebration on Oct. 22.

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