Archive for August 2017

Wilttsy Payero ’13 and Cheyenne Emerich ’18 in LVEP Story

Two women involved with the College’s Lebanon Valley Educational Partnership (LVEP) with the Lebanon School District were interviewed for a story in the Lebanon Daily News. Wilttsey Payero ’13, psychology, and Cheyenne Emerich ’18, business administration, spoke about finding their path to success through the LVEP program.

Leah Sipe-McDermott Named Head Coach of Women’s Soccer

Leah Sipe-McDermott was named the fifth head coach in LVC women’s soccer history. She previously coached at Lancaster Bible College and Bucknell University, and was a star player on three national championship teams at Messiah College.



Dr. Lou Manza Cited in Fast Company

Dr. Lou Manza, chair and professor of psychology, discussed the potential negatives of “Impostor Syndrome” in an article, It’s Not Just You: These Super Successful People Suffer From Impostor Syndrome that appeared on the Fast Company website in early August.



STEM Adjunct Named National Science Ambassador

Jeff Remington, a longtime adjunct instructor in the Master of Science in STEM Education Program, was chosen as a 2017 Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) Teacher Ambassador for the National Science Teachers Association and the National Council of Teachers of Mathematics. Remington, also a longtime life sciences teacher at Palmyra Area Middle School, was just one of 10 teachers nationally to be selected for this honor, which requires nominees to have previously received the Presidential Award for Excellence in Math and Science Teaching from the White House. Remington received the Presidential Award in 2002.