Allegheny College student Sarah Shapley will participate in a Fulbright Summer Institute to study in Wales in the United Kingdom through one of the most prestigious and selective summer scholarship programs operating worldwide. Shapley, a rising junior, is from Fairport in suburban Rochester, New York. She is a major in international studies with a minor
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Barbara L. Shaw has been named the first recipient of the Brett ’65 and Gwendolyn ’64 Elliott Professorship for Interdisciplinary Studies at Allegheny College. Shaw teaches in the Women’s, Gender, and Sexuality Studies Program and has been at Allegheny since 2009. She holds a bachelor’s degree from Colby College and a doctorate in American Studies
Associate Professor of Psychology, Neuroscience, and Global Health Studies Sarah Conklin presented her research at the American Psychosomatic Society annual meeting held March 18-21 in Savannah, Georgia. Two students attended the conference with her. Nicole Masters ’15 presented the results from her Senior Project conducted with Professor Conklin and Associate Professor of Psychology and Women’s,
Students Connect Science and Humanities through Interdisciplinary Research [satellite auto=”on” thumbs=”off” caption=”off”] Chris Schuchert ’16 stood in a semi-dark room, arms outstretched, while Laura Holesh ’16 snapped his photo. Leanne Siwicki ’15 repeated the same pose, with Holesh capturing her image as well. Although the two theater majors looked as if they were practicing for
For generations of Allegheny singers, 2015 means more than the Bicentennial. It’s the 85th anniversary of the choir’s existence. It’s the 50th anniversary of music program/choir director founder Morten “Luvy” Luvaas’ retirement. And it’s a choir reunion year, meaning all past and present members of the Allegheny choirs are invited back for a special celebration
Women’s Studies/English major Ava Carvour ’14 presented her paper “Tastes Like Feminist Spirit: Understanding the Vegan-Feminist Movement as Boycott” at the Central Pennsylvania Consortium Annual Women’s Studies Conference, “Food Politics and Gender,” at Dickinson College on March 29.
Twenty-six Allegheny students participated in the Sigma Xi Undergraduate Research and Creative Accomplishment Conference held at Penn State Behrend on April 13. They are (with their faculty advisors listed in parentheses): Ashley Baronner ’13 (Caryl Waggett), Korey Bartolomeo ’13 (Brad Hersh), Austin Becker ’13 (Tricia Humphreys and Ann Kleinschmidt), Ava Carvour ’14 (Barbara Shaw), Kyrsten