January 19, 2018, 2:30 pm
Corey M. Lamoureux, Esq., ’08, politics major/law minor, was named a partner at Lebanon-based Reilly Wolfson Sheffey Schrum and Lundberg. He joined the firm after serving in the Lebanon County District Attorney’s Office and concentrates his practice in family law, municipal law, civil litigation, landlord tenant law, and criminal defense.
January 19, 2018, 2:22 pm
Dustin Adams ’13, computer & data science and mathematics, was named president of the Northeast Berks Chamber of Commerce, Kutztown. Adams, who owns an Edward Jones branch, has been active in the chamber, including as a director and member of several committees and task forces.
January 18, 2018, 9:19 pm
MusicalAmerica Worldwide recently named Joan Squires ’79, music education, to its “Mover & Shaper” list. Squires, president of Omaha Performing Arts and former president and CEO of the Phoenix Symphony, is the only Tony Award voter in Nebraska, among other prestigious acknowledgements.
January 18, 2018, 9:11 pm
“Researchers learn the social function of babies’ babbling,” featuring work conducted by Dr. Rachel Albert, LVC assistant professor of psychology, was published in the Cornell Chronicle. Dr. Albert, who earned her Ph.D. from Cornell, performed the research with Dr. Jennifer Schwade, senior lecture in psychology at Cornell, and Dr. Michael Goldstein, associate professor of psychology at Cornell. According to the article, the scientists “recorded and recombined the vocalizations of 40 nine-month-olds and their mothers, using a ‘playback paradigm,’ widely used in animal studies, to assess how specific forms of sounds and actions by infants influenced parental behavior.”
January 18, 2018, 8:55 pm
Keely Jac Collins, Esq., ’03 has been named a partner in the King, Spry, Herman, Freund & Faul Law Firm (KingSpry) in the Lehigh Valley. Collins, psychology, is a specialist in employment, education, and municipal law.
January 11, 2018, 8:00 pm
The LVC men’s basketball team, under the leadership of Brad McAlester, head coach, defeated the number six team in the nation and also defeated a team just outside the top 25, leading to the Dutchmen being named National Association of Basketball Coaches Division III Team of the Week. Individually, guard Sam Light ’18 was named the Division III Men’s National Player of the Week by the U.S. Basketball Writers Association, and forward Andy Orr’s ’18 thunderous dunk was named Middle Atlantic Conference Play of the Week.