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Neusius Receives Research Grant for Zooarchaeological Analysis
Sarah Neusius of the Department of Anthropology received an external award from Nemacolin Archaeological Consultants in the amount of $4,996.14 for her project “Zooarchaeological Analysis of the Jones Site Faunal Assemblage.”
Kupchella Takes Over as Preprofessional Coordinator
Larry Kupchella of the Chemistry Department has been appointed by interim dean Mary Lou Zanich to serve as the coordinator of the College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics preprofessional programs . College of Natural Sciences and Mathematics
McCarthy Selected for International Academic Fellowship Program
John McCarthy, professor in the Department of Counseling, has been selected to participate in the International Academic Fellowship Program.
Ali Article Published in Journal of Educational Research and Review
Dr. Parveen Ali publishes article in Journal of Educational Research and Review.
Economic Development Director Discusses Trends In Corporate Training
Tracey Missien, interim director of Workforce Education and Economic Development, contributed to an article about trends in corporate training that appeared in the July 2009 issue of Smart Business Magazine (Pittsburgh edition).
Sites Receives Grant from Pennsylvania Department of Education
Ms. Michele Sites of the Center for Career and Technical Personnel Preparation received an external award from the Pennsylvania Department of Education in the amount of $26,000 for her project “OCA Test Review.”
Bullard Receives PASSHE Foundation Grant
Dr. Jennie Bullard, chairperson of the Industrial and Labor Relations Department, received an external award from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Foundation in the amount of $13,859 for her project, "PASSHE Foundation Highmark Healthcare Academic Program."
Branan Joins Board of Evergreen Conservancy
Yvonne Branan, Department of Geoscience, joined the board of the Evergreen Conservancy.
Taylor Publishes Biostratigraphy Article in “PALAIOS”
John Taylor, of the Department of Geosciences, published a “spotlight” article entitled “Who Needs (Lower Paleozoic) Biostratigraphy?” in the July 2009 edition of PALAIOS, a Society for Sedimentary Geology publication.
Geoscience’s Lewis Selected to Lead Academic Career Preparation Workshop
Jon Lewis, of the Department of Geoscience, was selected to be one of eight leaders of the Preparing for an Academic Career in the Geosciences workshop.
History’s Baumler Publishes Article in “Glimpse”
Dr. Alan Baumler of the History Department recently published an article in the Spring 2009 volume of interdisciplinary journal Glimpse.
Moore Presents Paper on Pyla-Koutsopetria Project in Cyprus
R. Scott Moore of the History Department recently presented a paper, “The Pyla-Koutsopetria Archaeological Project: Season 7,” at the twenty-seventh annual CAARI Archaeological Workshop (2009), in collaboration with the Department of Antiquities Cyprus in Nicosia, Cyprus.
NCTM Appoints Metz to Student Explorations Editorial Panel
Dr. Mary Lou Metz of the Mathematics Department has recently been appointed by the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics to serve on the editorial panel for the Students Explorations in Mathematics Committee.
Pavloski Named to International Society for Gestalt Theory
Lowery Joins National Center for Higher Education Risk Management
Dr. John Wesley Lowery, associate professor in the Department of Student Affairs in Higher Education, recently joined the National Center for Higher Education Risk Management (a not-for-profit corporation) as an affiliated consultant.