Kaylah Pinkney ‘19 received a prestigious Boren Scholarship, and will move to Nanjing, China starting in September of this year, studying the Mandarin language and the practices of traditional Chinese medicine at Nanjing University. Pinkney graduated with the Class of 2019, receiving a bachelor’s degree in neuroscience with a Chinese Language minor. She says the
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Allegheny College alumni Jim Miller ’99 and Sabina Sully ’05 were each awarded a 2018–19 Fulbright Teachers for Global Classrooms Program fellowship, which allowed them to travel to Africa to teach and observe. Only 74 teachers across the U.S. were chosen for this highly competitive program. “Each Fulbright fellow develops a guiding question that helps
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Some people say food fuels the best ideas — and seniors Natali Salaytah and Julia Niemeier would concur, as they developed the idea of an Allegheny TEDx-inspired convention while eating at McKinley’s Food Court. “I wanted to give people an opportunity to speak about those things that get them excited about learning, even if they
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Allegheny honored dozens of students and student-operated organizations for their leadership on the campus and in the Meadville community during the 2017-18 academic year. Students and groups were nominated for the Annual Leadership Awards by community and campus sponsors, and were chosen by selection committees that included both faculty and staff. Awards were presented in
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