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Campus notes: April 21, 2024

The following area students have been inducted into Phi Alpha Epsilon, the Lebanon Valley College honor society that recognizes academic achievement and service to others:

Briley Cox, South Heidelberg Township, who received a bachelor of science degree in digital communications; Megan Eberly, Tulpehocken Township, an early childhood education and special education major; Elianna Fitzpatrick, Kempton, a global studies and international business and Spanish major; Isabella Getz, Wernersville, a business administration major; Abbie Keath, Richland, a biology major.

Kaylen Leiby, Kutztown, a communication sciences and disorders and speech-language pathology major; Hana Neff, Wyomissing, an early childhood education and special education major; Juliana Rodriguez, Reading, communication sciences and disorders and speech-language pathology major; Brooke Showalter, Mohnton, a digital communications major.

KU honor societies

The following area students were inducted into Kutztown University’s Phi Alpha Theta History Honor Society: Matthew Graczyk, Gilbertsville; Whitney Myers, Mohrsville.

The following area students were inducted into Kutztown University’s Tau Sigma National Transfer Honor Society:

Halema Bobby, Kenhorst; Tia Cooper, Reading; Charles Fries, Douglassville; Payton Jones, Mohnton; Anastasia Kelsall, Kutztown; Emma Moody, Blandon; Madelyn Putt, Spring Township; Allysha Towson, Sinking Spring; Noah Vivian, Barto; Hannah Wanko and Juliann Yenser, Breinigsville.

Presenting research

The following area Albright College students presented scholarly work at the 25th annual Berks County Undergraduate Research and Creativity Conference:

Jason Eidle, Boyertown, psychology major, “Predicting Breakups from Attractiveness and Perceived Alternatives”; Nyjeria Farley, Reading, music industry studies major, “Strength in Numbers: How Young Artists Navigate the Rap Industry”; Camille Griffith, Exeter Township, biology major, “Using an Elevation Gradient to Explore Temperature and Precipitation as Predictors of Hymenoptera Community Composition and Phenology”; Truc Phuong Ha, Reading, business administration major, “Modest Shimmering Elegance”; Yazmin Hernandez, Douglassville, biology major, “The Power of Eroticism in Marjane Satrapi’s Persepolis.”

Emily Johnson, Robesonia,: journalism and fashion major, “Uncovering the Veil: Investigating Iranian Protests and Fashion During Civil Unrest”; Morgan Kopcik, North Heidelberg Township, business administration/fashion major, “Pseudo Sustainability: What is environmental sustainability in the fashion industry?”; Tu Lam, Reading, international business major, “A Tale of Three Cities: A Comparative Study on the Progress Towards SDG 11”; Adorelis Medina, Reading, business administration major, “Building a Sustainable Peace of Mind”; Kyle Nunez, Douglassville, biochemistry major, “Flame Atomic Absorption Spectroscopy and Heavy Metals in Water”; Dynasty Roque, Reading, arts administration/theare major, “Exploring Strategies and Software for Digital Promptbook Creation Abstract.”

Items are submitted by the colleges involved.

 


Source: Berkshire mont

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