This article notes that Allegheny honored Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader Ginsburg and the late Justice Antonin Scalia with the College’s Prize for Civility in Public Life in 2017.
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Allegheny Dean for Institutional Diversity Kristin Dukes was interviewed for this story on NPR affiliate WFPL, drawing on her research in stereotyping, prejudice and social justice.
Allegheny College was recognized in a report by the PennEnvironment Research and Policy Center for supplying 100% of its campus electricity with renewable energy.
Provost and Dean of the College Ron Cole was interviewed for this story, discussing the extensive protocols that Allegheny has implemented to maintain a safe and healthy campus.
Allegheny has raised more than $202 million, setting a record as the college’s largest fundraising campaign ever.
In this article, Allegheny biology and geology professor Lisa Whitenack, Ph.D., speaks about her experiences sharing her expertise on the Discovery Channel’s Shark Week programming.
History professor Alyssa Ribeiro authored this piece in the Made by History section of the Washington Post.
President Hilary Link and Becky Dawson, co-director of the Allegheny College Health Agency, discussed the College’s plans to reopen in August.
Allegheny College is a winner of the 2020 Western Pennsylvania Environmental Award for a 13-year program to achieve carbon neutrality, becoming only the eighth college in the U.S. to realize this goal.
Allegheny Economics Professor Steve Onyeiwu authored this article about Nigerian President Muhammadu Buhari’s economic sustainability plan amid the COVID-19 pandemic.