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Lycoming College welcomes new faculty for the 2022-23 academic year

Lycoming College is pleased to welcome eleven faculty members to its community this fall, bringing with them extensive knowledge and experience in their fields. With ecocriticism on the theatre stage, operatic styles in the music hall, Anglo-modernism in literature, expertise in stellar evolution, and more, these professors will enrich the classrooms at Lycoming College.

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WBRE: Lycoming College student self-publishes debut book

Lycoming College's Emma Klopp '23 launched her debut children's book on PA LIVE!

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Lycoming College graduate, OLE coordinator accepted into teaching program in France

At Lycoming College, studying a different language can expand your horizons. Evan Armstrong ’21, coordinator for the outdoor leadership and education program at Lycoming, recently was accepted into the Teaching Assistant Program in France (TAPIF), a competitive opportunity to teach English to students of all ages. The program is designed to provide experience to undergraduates with an interest in global careers, including education, international business, international policy and development, and more.

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Off to the printer: Lycoming College student publishes debut children’s book

Lycoming College is pleased to recognize the outstanding achievement of Emma (E.P.) Klopp ’23, design and technical theatre major with an entrepreneurship minor, on self-publishing her debut children’s book titled, “An Orange Dog Named Blue.”

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WBRE: Popular career paths for college graduates

WBRE reports on some popular majors at Lycoming College and what 2022 graduates have planned for the future.

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Lycoming College economics student awarded scholarship to summer training program

Lycoming College quantitative economics major Rafael Lubiano Rodriguez ’23 of Houston was awarded a full scholarship to attend the American Economics Association (AEA) Summer Program at Howard University. The program is designed to help underrepresented groups develop technical skills in the field of economics as they prepare for graduate school or employment as a professional economists.

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Economics expert discusses barriers to sustainable coffee production

Lycoming College is excited to welcome Stephanie Brockmann, Ph.D., assistant professor of economics at the University of New Hampshire, as a guest speaker of the economics department. Her talk, titled “Keeping the Cup Full: Addressing Barriers to Sustainable Coffee Production in Less Developed Economies,” is scheduled for April 5, 5:30 p.m. in Krapf Gateway Center’s Trogner Presentation room. This free event is open to the public.

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Forbes: Mica Kurtz on ranking schools based on test scores

"After scanning the list for his state, [Mica Kurtz] told me, “It still basically looks like schools with lots of economically disadvantaged students are at the bottom of the list and those with lots of affluent students are at the top. Well, you just made a map of the wealth in the country.” "

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Inside Higher Ed: Michael Kurtz on weekend feeding programs

Michael Kurtz, associate professor of economics at Lycoming College, examines one way to help disadvantaged children avoid hunger, which can derail them educationally.

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Glenn Klages of The Honest Company to address Lycoming campus

Lycoming College alumnus Glenn Klages ’79, will return to his alma mater on Thursday, Oct. 7, where he will speak about his position and experiences at The Honest Company as the next Harding Executive Speaker. The talk begins at 7 p.m. in Lycoming College’s Academic Center, room D-001, and is free and open to the public.

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MoneyGeek: Expert insurance advice from Georg Grassmueck

Georg Grassmueck, Ph.D., associate professor of business administration and department chair, recently lent his expertise to MoneyGeek.com, a personal finance resource. Read his articles here:

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Abigail Traxler: ‘Invest’ing in a career through internship opportunity

While writing a paper for class about diversity in business, Abigail Traxler ’23 happened upon a program that promotes just that— women in finance.

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