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A team of paleontology researchers led by Lycoming College has discovered a well-exposed section of the Catskill Formation in North-Central Pennsylvania that contains abundant macrofossils and sedimentary features that make it well-suited for Upper Devonian fossil occurrences. Their research, entitled, “Vertebrate Taphonomy, Paleontology, Sedimentology, and Palynology of a Fossiliferous Late Devonian Fluvial Succession, Catskill Formation, North-Central Pennsylvania, USA” was published in the December issue of Palaios, an academic paleontology journal.
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Since 2016, five Lycoming College football alums have given bone marrow to cancer patients after joining the #BeTheMatch Registry through the Andy Talley Bone Marrow Foundation's Get in the Game initiative. We recently asked each of them their stories of helping save a life.
The Williamsport Sun-Gazette writes about a $500,000 Redevelopment Assistance Capital Program grant awarded to the College that will support a $5.5 million construction project set to begin in Spring 2021.
New research from Lycoming College’s Mica Kurtz, Ph.D., associate professor of economics, provides strong evidence that weekend feeding programs produce increased reading and math scores in young students. An article on the topic, “Weekend Feeding (“BackPack”) programs and student outcomes,” was published in the December issue of Economics of Education Review.
February 5 - April 10
Lycoming College Art Gallery
The Lycoming College Art Gallery will unveil “Divergent Forms” featuring the works of Manuel Moreno-Lee, assistant professor of digital art at Lycoming College, on Feb. 5. The exhibit, which will run through Feb. 28, is free and open to the public.
February 27, 7:30 p.m.
Five research study participants gather in a conference room. Their task appears simple and straight-forward: select 10 events from the year 1968 that they feel impacted the nation’s conscious and view of empathy.
Saturday, March 6, 7:30 p.m.
Ntozake Shange’s “Spell Number 7” is the story of a group of Black friends who are musicians and performers. In a series of dreamlike vignettes and poetic monologues, they commiserate about the difficulties they face as black artists.