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Students rekindle the country's extraordinary spirit of togetherness and compassion through 9/11 Day of Service
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Lycoming College received a contribution of $20,000 from AT&T to support the Lycoming Summer Academy (LSA), a scholarship-earning bridge program dedicated to helping first-year college students achieve success in higher education.
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Lycoming College was ranked once again as one of the nation’s best liberal arts colleges in a series of rankings released this fall by U.S. News and World Report, the Princeton Review, the Wall Street Journal and Washington Monthly. The recognition affirms the success of the College’s innovations over the past decade and demonstrates that its modern and challenging degrees are sought-after in the job market and by graduate schools.
Michael Kurtz, associate professor of economics at Lycoming College, examines one way to help disadvantaged children avoid hunger, which can derail them educationally.
Lycoming College recently launched an exciting partnership with Verto Education, an organization that enables students to start college abroad before continuing their studies on campus in Williamsport. Students who wish to spend their first semester or year of college in destinations like Fiji, Costa Rica, London, and more can do so while earning college credits that will transfer seamlessly to Lycoming.
Oct. 14 - Nov. 13
Lycoming College Art Gallery
Sue Carrie Drummond's exhibit examines how garments and fabric accumulate past narratives. A gallery talk is scheduled for Thursday, October 14, at 5:30 p.m. The exhibit is free and open to the public.
Thursday, Oct. 28, 7 p.m.
Trogner Presentation Room, Krapf Gateway Center
Zachary Lesser, Ph.D., this year’s guest speaker for the James and Emily Douthat lecture series, will speak about his examination of more than 300 surviving copies of Shakespeare plays that appeared in London bookshops four years before the publication of the First Folio.
Tuesdays, November 2-16
Members of the community are invited to participate in this non-credit, educational seminar on Freakonomics. The group will "explore the hidden side of everything" in a book club-style offering led by Elizabeth Moorhouse, Ph.D., associate professor of economics.
Wednesday, Nov. 3, 7:30 p.m.
Williamsport Community Arts Center
The Community Orchestra will perform Antonin Dvorak’s Symphony No. 8, a masterpiece of the late 19th Century. The Concert Band will perform works by J.S. Sousa, Alfred Reed, Leo Delibes, and George Gershwin.
Thursday, Nov. 4, 7:30 p.m.
The community is invited to listen to historical music from composers such as Schubert and Scarlatti, and contemporary selections from composers such as Ysaye M. Barnwell and Dan Forrest.
Open houses at Lycoming provide an in-depth look at our top-of-the-line facilities, academic offerings, expert faculty, and hands-on learning opportunities, making them the perfect opportunity for high school students to narrow down their college lists.