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Student-Faculty Research into Economic Development in Africa Enters the Second Year of Study

Zachary Wyse ’25 presented his ongoing research project entitled, “Busting the Youth Bulge in Africa: Does Demography Foster or Impede African Development” at the June 4th ACRoSS 2024 luncheon. Under the mentorship of Professor of Economics, Steve Onyeiwu, Zachary has uncovered insightful information in this, his second year performing research on economic development in Africa. [...]

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Allegheny Graduate Goes From Corporate Vice President To Kindergarten Teacher

It’s never too late to make a change in life. That’s what Jeffrey Dacales ’76 learned after transitioning from a corporate vice president to an elementary school teacher.  “Allegheny College taught me to look at things broadly— to look past a silo, which helped me in education,” says Dacales. “I learned you have to continually [...]

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Allegheny College Announces New Accelerated Masters Degree in Healthcare Management

Building on the recent announcement of a Healthcare Management major, Allegheny College is pleased to announce a new accelerated Master of Science program in that same area. The program (either 3+1 or 4+1) offers the opportunity for students to earn their BS and MS degrees in an accelerated timeline while continuing to study the field [...]

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People & Places: December 2023 – April 2024

Assistant Professor of Environmental Science and Sustainability Delia Byrnes contributed an essay titled “Ecocriticism: From the Wilderness Idea to Just Multispecies Futures” to the edited collection The Routledge Companion to Literature and Social Justice, which was published on November 20, 2023.  Her essay traces the theoretical field of ecocriticism from its origins in European and [...]

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