Lycoming College News


Lycoming College presents author and photographer Tim Palmer

Lycoming College’s Clean Water Institute (CWI) will host author and photographer Tim Palmer for a talk on his book, “Wild and Scenic River: An American Legacy,” on Sept. 11 at 7 p.m. in room G-11 of the Heim Building on the College campus.

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The Princeton Review names Lycoming College to national list: Best 384 Colleges

Lycoming College has once again been recognized as a top national undergraduate institution by The Princeton Review, who selected Lycoming College for inclusion in its “Best 384 Colleges” 2019 edition. This is the second consecutive year that Lycoming has been named a “best college” by the college admissions resource.

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Lycoming professor receives $10,000 grant to fund creative writing and digital storytelling workshops for veterans

Lynn Estomin, professor of digital art and design at Lycoming College, received a $10,000 Winning Victories Grant for her project proposal on behalf of Warrior Writers, an organization that uses art and poetry to help veterans heal from the trauma of war.

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A Message from the President: A Compelling Vision for the Future, Inspired by the Past

On July 9, Lycoming College officially broke ground on the Krapf Gateway Center and initiated a multiphase project of historic significance. Executive Vice President Chip Edmonds ’98 opened the festivities, and speakers included Pennsylvania Secretary of Community and Economic Development Dennis Davin, Sen. Gene Yaw ’70 (R-23), Board Chair Stan Sloter ’80, and Mayor Gabriel Campana, Ed.D. As president, I had the honor of offering reflections and introducing our naming donors, Dale Krapf ’67 and Dallas Krapf ’13H.

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Lycoming College appoints six faculty members with endowed professorships

Lycoming College is pleased to announce the appointments of endowed professorships to six faculty members. Made possible by established gifts to the College, endowed professorships are one of the highest honors that Lycoming awards faculty members to recognize a career marked by exceptional teaching, scholarship, and service.

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Lycoming’s Clean Water Institute provides educational workshop, water testing aboard the Hiawatha

Lycoming College’s Clean Water Institute (CWI) took part in the Middle Susquehanna River Keeper’s floating classroom program aboard the Hiawatha Paddlewheel Riverboat in Williamsport on July 10. The CWI presented a workshop focused on water quality of the West Branch Susquehanna River and requested that community participants bring a water sample from their local stream or creek for testing.

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Lycoming students intern with the Smithsonian Institution through new institutional partnership

As part of a newly-developed institutional partnership, three Lycoming students began their summers with an internship at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, D.C. Katie de Melo ’19 (Tiverton, R.I.), Jazmin Jones ’20 (Gloversville, N.Y.), and Xiyue Yang ’20 (Beijing) each lived in Washington, D.C., and interned in various Smithsonian offices and museums from May 14-June 8.

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Lycoming College faculty and students make an impact in the Dominican Republic

Travel to the Dominican Republic provided an interdisciplinary approach for Lycoming College faculty and students in the departments of political science, chemistry, and education, as well as the Center for Energy and the Future, in May 2018. Participants continued to advance the Warrior Coffee Project, studied reliable drinking water sources and the chemical composition of green coffee, helped bring impoverished populations more reliable access to energy, and developed improved pedagogical programming.

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