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Campus notes, May 5, 2024

Sara Miller, Boyertown, was inducted into the Lebanon Valley College chapter of Delta Mu Delta business honor society. She is a graduate of Muhlenberg High School.

Samantha Miller, Kutztown, was inducted into the Lebanon Valley College chapter of the Psi Chi psychology honor society. She is a Fleetwood High School graduate.

Inquiry Symposium

The following area Lebanon Valley College students displayed their academic and creative work  during the annual LVC Inquiry Symposium:

Jamie Sweigart, Adamstown, “Daily Self-Focused Practices and Self-Related Feelings Among Individuals with God-Focused and Self-Focused Spirituality.” Aleah Hoffman, Exeter Township, “Prepare and Prevent: Examining the Emergency Preparedness of Lancaster County Residents”; and “Beyond the Ballroom: A Content Analysis of Social Support in Pose.” Aubrey Pence, Exeter Toownship, “Fighting For Food: An Analysis of Knowledge, Perceptions, Needs, and Experiences of Food Insecurity at Lebanon Valley College.”

Yuliya Shepilo, Denver, “Literature in the Classroom: Differences in how Schools in Germany and USA Introduce Literature to their Students.” Spencer Reynolds, Gilbertsville, “Comparison of Cell Viability Between Cisplatin and Au(TPA)Spy Treated PC12 Cells.” Jacob Phillips, Hamburg “In-Season Lacrosse Programming and Testing.” Samantha Miller, Kutztown, “Prepare and Prevent: Examining the Emergency Preparedness of Lancaster County Residents.” Brooke Showalter, Mohnton, “Truck Trek.”

Katherine Buerke, Reading, “Mariage de Figaro de Beaumarchais: une provocation a la Revolution?” Jillian Croft, Lower Alsace Township, “Effects of Art and AAC on Emotion Identification in Autistic Children.” Rylee Mann, Bern Township, “Prepare and Prevent: Examining the Emergency Preparedness of Lancaster County Residents.” Vy Pham, Reading, “Capstone – Coach Crafter.” Kayla Border, Robesonia, “Truck Trek.”

Service project

Electrical students at Pennsylvania College of Technology, Willilamsport, spent about five hours a week for nearly a month performing a range of electrical upgrades at the Williamsport Little League’s baseball and softball complex concession stand and lighting.

Electrical technology major Maxwell B. Kline, Morgantown, and electrical construction major Pat E. Riccio, Barto, were among those taking part.

FBLA conference

University of Scranton freshman Kyrianna E. Nemitz, Lower Heidelberg Township, participated in the 2024 Future Business Leaders of America State Leadership Conference in Harrisburg. She is a business analytics major. The university won third place for State of Chapter.

Items are submitted by the colleges involved.


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