Education students begin professional semester

Education students begin professional semester

WILLIAMSPORT, Pa. - The following Lycoming College education students have begun their professional semester of student teaching:

Ashley Baechtle at Lyter Elementary School

Allyson Budrow at Sheridan Elementary School

Melissa Cashner at Williamsport Area High School

Erin Connaghan at Williamsport Area High School

Joshua Gochnauer at Loyalsock Township High School

Patrick Heagy at Williamsport Area High School

Kaitlyn Holcomb at St. John Neumann Regional Academy

Matt Landsiedel at Cochran Elementary School and Curtin Middle School

Bethany Mastronardi at Sheridan Elementary School

Lena Pryor at Montoursville High School

Amy Sharlow at Williamsport Area High School and Curtin Middle School

Chelsea Shearer at Hepburn Lycoming Elementary School and Williamsport Area High School

Rebecca Spencer at Loyalsock Township High School

Brittany Steinbacher at Sheridan Elementary School

Lucas Van Emburg at Williamsport Area High School

Justin Waldman at McCall Middle School

Ashley Wallace at Central Mountain High School

Eric Yeager at Curtin Middle School

First offered in 1955, the education program remains one of Lycoming's most popular courses of study. Unlike most of the state system universities which offer education as a major, Lycoming provides its future teachers the breadth and depth of a strong liberal arts education. Students choose an academic major and, with the help of their advisors, follow a carefully planned sequence of professional education courses, enriched by extensive field experiences in nearby schools.

Founded in 1812 and celebrating its bicentennial during the 2011-12 academic year, Lycoming College is a national liberal arts and sciences school dedicated to the undergraduate educations of 1,400 students. It offers 35 academic majors and is recognized as a Tier 1 institution by U.S. News and World Report. Located near the banks of the Susquehanna River in Williamsport, Pa., Lycoming is one of the 50 oldest colleges in the nations.

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