Amara Geffen, the Ella V. Bush Endowed Professor of Art (Emerita), is coordinating a community chalk art festival during the Second Saturday Market in downtown Meadville in June.
Articles: Allegheny In The News
Allegheny President Hilary L. Link, presiding at her first commencement at the college, honored the graduates in the Class of 2021 for their resiliency and their special place in history.
Allegheny senior Osbaldo Meza was recognized for his work in a mentoring program that supports Meadville Area Middle School students. In addition to mentoring students, Meza developed a virtual version of the program.
In this panel discussion, Allegheny President Hilary Link joined leaders from other colleges to review how COVID-19 impacted their respective campuses and how each college responded to the challenge. The panel also provides lessons learned from months of pivoting and adapting and a post-pandemic outlook to higher education.
Allegheny College professors Christopher Bakken and Stephen Onyeiwu have received 2021-22 Fulbright U.S. Scholar Program awards to teach and conduct research in Greece and Nigeria, respectively.
Allegheny College is calling on higher education institutions in the United States to accelerate climate action by tackling intertwined issues of climate, social and economic inequality, and public health.
Allegheny College partners with Hagan Business Machines to host curbside community food drive in Meadville
The drive benefited the Center for Family Services Inc., the Crawford County Coalition on Housing Needs, Meadville Community Soup Kitchen, United Faith Fellowship Food Pantry, and CHAPS.
This article notes that Allegheny is among the U.S. colleges and universities that have achieved carbon neutrality — institutions that are “shining examples of what’s possible.”
Ellen V. Johnson assumed her new position as Allegheny’s vice president for enrollment management on Tuesday, March 23.
Allegheny College Launches Renaissance Vision with Strategic Realignment to Become Leading Multidisciplinary Institution for Future Generations
Allegheny College has announced its president’s Renaissance Vision and a new administrative realignment to become a leading college for future generations — preparing students for a life, not merely a job.