Todd Snovel ’06 Featured Dream Team Member

The Women’s Fund of The Foundation for Enhancing Communities recently featured Todd Snovel ’06, assistant dean of student engagement and inclusion, as its featured Dream Team Member. Snovel was asked to join the Women’s Fund Advisory Committee earlier this year. According to the article, he was inspired to join among other reasons because of “hearing the impact that the fund was having on its grantees—the amazing projects that our partner organizations were facilitating were enriching the lives of the women in our community.”

Geoffrey Roche Part of HOBY Panel

Geoffrey Roche, vice president of strategic initiatives and secretary of the College, was an invited panelist for the Hugh O’Brian Youth (HOBY) Leadership Foundation workshop at Shippensburg University May 19. Roche, who was a HOBY participant while in high school, spoke about how community service experience helps prepare high school students for college, and how college students reach out to and impact the communities in which they reside.

 

PennDOT Executive Deputy Secretary Tours Campus

Leo Bagley, executive deputy secretary of PennDOT, visited campus in early May to review the design plans for the new Pedestrian Bridge and see the current bridge. Lewis E. Thayne, president; Shawn Curtin, vice president of finance and administration; and Geoffrey Roche, vice president of strategic initiatives and secretary of the College; discussed safety and greater accessibility as driving forces behind the necessity of building a new bridge. Senator Mike Folmer; Julie Cheyney, executive director of the Lebanon County Planning Department; and Nolan Ritchie ’06, executive director of the State Senate Transportation Committee; were also part of the tour.

Heidi Hollinger ’99 Promoted to Human Resource Manager

Heidi Hollinger ’99, management, was promoted to human resource manager at B.R. Kreider & Son Inc. The article noted she was “part of the fourth-generation leadership group of the family-owned business…”

Dr. Terrence Alladin Quoted in New York Times

Dr. Terrence Alladin, assistant professor of criminal justice, was quoted in article that was published on the New York Times. The piece concerned an ex-volunteer deputy who served time for shooting an unarmed black man and was picked up by the Associated Press and published in numerous additional outlets.

 

Aaron Furry ’19 Recognized for Concerto Aria Selection

Aaron Furry ’19, a triple major in music, music education, and business administration, was recognized by his hometown newspaper as one of three winners of the College’s annual concerto aria competition. Marie Grenchik ’19, music education, and Catie McClain ’19, music, were the other selectees.

Ross Lobell ’76 Named Vice President of Regulatory Affairs

Ross Lobell ’76, biology, was named vice president of regulatory affairs at Corbus Pharmaceuticals. Prior to Corbus, he held leadership positions at several global pharmaceutical companies like Pfizer and Schering-Plough.

Makenzie Kelley ’19 and Marhsal Kiessling ’18 Featured in Hometown Newspaper

Makenzie Kelley ’19, women’s lacrosse, and Marshal Kiessling ’18, baseball, were noted in their hometown newspaper The Sun, for their athletic accomplishments. Kelley, a double major in early childhood and special education, was named to the IWLCA All-Region Second Team and Kiessling, a business administration major, was recognized for being named to the Middle Atlantic Conference’s spring 2018 Sportsmanship Team.

Dr. Lou Manza Quoted Regarding Unsolved Murder from 50 Years Ago  

Dr. Lou Manza, chair and professor of psychology, was quoted in a Lebanon Daily News story regarding an unsolved murder from half-a-century ago. He was interviewed Daniel Walmer ’10 and discussed how the moral attitudes of the time could have affected the investigation.

 

Dr. Rachel Albert Interviewed for NPR’s Hidden Brain Podcast

One of the most popular podcasts in the U.S., NPR’s Hidden Brain, featured Dr. Rachel Albert, assistant professor of psychology, and her research on “Baby Babbling” conducted with colleagues at Cornell University. Dr. Albert’s interview starts about 9.5 minutes into the podcast.