Archive for February 2018

Christian Koch ’04 Presents “For Love of Beer”

Christian Koch ’04, director of brewing operations at Salida’s Elevation Beer Company in Poncha Springs, Colo., presented “For Love of Beer: A Look Inside the Process of Brewing.” The LVC psychology graduate presented at a Sunday Science Session at the SteamPlant Event Center.

Hon. Thomas Corbett, Esq., ’71 Joins Law Firm

The  Hon. Thomas Corbett, Esq., ’71, 46th Governor of Pennsylvania, has announced he has joined the West Virginia-based law firm of Spilman Thomas & Battle. He is expected to practice out of the firms’ Pittsburgh office.

Doug Wherley ’05 Named AD in Hanover

Doug Wherley ’05, mathematics, was recently named athletic director for the Hanover Public School District. Wherley played football and basketball at LVC.

Christopher DeLorenzo ’10 Completes Ph.D.; Teaching at Georgetown

Christopher DeLorenzo ’10, a double major in history and Spanish, recently earned his Ph.D. in Latin American History from Georgetown University. He is currently an instructor in history at Georgetown.

Dr. Julia Meszaros Presents at 51st International iDate Conference

Dr. Julia Meszaros, assistant professor of sociology, co-presented with Dr. Monica Liu of the University of South Florida at the 51 st International iDAte Dating Industry Conference in Florida last month. Dr. Meszaros discussed her research, which examines women from Latin America, Eastern Europe, and the Philippians.

Free Classical Concert at Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery

A free classical concert—featuring cellist Maxim Koslov and pianist David Kreider—will be held at the Suzanne H. Arnold Art Gallery Feb. 11. It will feature music by Schumann, Shostakovich, Glazunov, and Mendelssohn.

LVC Receives Another Stabler Grant

Lebanon Valley College has received a $540,000 grant from The Donald B. and Dorothy L. Stabler Foundation to enhance the College’s Stabler Scholarship Fund. The foundation has now contributed a total of $3.49 million to benefit LVC students from 35 counties in Central and Eastern Pennsylvania.

Nathaniel Gibbons ’18 Earns Academic Honors

The academic and athletic honors continue to rack up for LVC Allwein Scholar Nate Gibbons ’18, a physics and mathematics double major from Frederick, Md. His most recent award has him named to the Middle Atlantic Conference’s All-Academic Team.

Andy Orr ’18 on Track to End Career in Top Five in Three Categories

Men’s basketball player Andy Orr ’18, a business administration major and accounting minor from Wernersville, Pa., is on pace to be among the program’s all-time top five in points, rebounds, and blocked shots. With a minimum of two games remaining, Orr, currently seventh on the all-time scoring list with 1,865 career points, needs 72 points to enter the top five.

Paul J. Bruder, Esq., ’90 Joins Law Firm as Environmental Attorney

Paul J. Bruder, Esq., ’90 recently joined the law firm of Mette, Evans & Woodside as an environmental attorney. Bruder, social work, previously practiced at Rhoads & Sinon, where he chaired its Environmental Practice Group.