President Hilary Link and Becky Dawson, co-director of the Allegheny College Health Agency, discussed the College’s plans to reopen in August.
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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 College officials offered Meadville City Council a glimpse of the planned adjustments they feel will allow for a safe return of students to campus in August.
The Meadville Tribune featured an article about the renovation of Bentley Hall, Allegheny’s oldest and most famous building.
Allegheny College plans to re-open for on-campus living and instruction in the fall after an extensive review of strategies to do so safely during the COVID-19 pandemic.
Biology and global health studies professor Becky Dawson discusses trials of a tests of a vaccine that appears to safely mass produce coronavirus antibodies.
People Living in Rural Areas Are Struggling to Get Access to Mental Health Care — and It’s a Problem
Allegheny psychology professor Lauren Paulson was interviewed for this story, sharing her expertise on the challenges of accessing mental health care for people in rural communities.
Director of Sustainability Kelly Boulton was interviewed for this story, which highlights Allegheny College and Dickinson College reaching their carbon neutrality goals.
Allegheny College recently became one of the first 10 higher education institutions in the nation to achieve carbon neutrality.
The Allegheny athletic staff offer a tour of the Robertson Athletic Complex, the home venue for Gator football, lacrosse, soccer, field hockey, track & field, cross country, tennis softball and baseball.