Archive for March 2018

Harrisburg Chamber Names Justin Roth ’14 Marketing and Communications Manager

Dr. Broussard Interviewed by LVC Alum for American Conservative

Dr. James Broussard, professor of history, was interviewed by Charles McElwee ’11 for an article he wrote for American Conservative. Dr. Broussard, in his role as director of the College’s Center for Political History, was quoted in “Heinz, Santorum, and the GOP’s Working Class Legacy in Pennsylvania.”

Dr. Keith Veenhuizen to Participate in Corning Glass Summit in June 2018

Dr. Keith Veenhuizen, assistant professor of physics, has been invited to attend the 2018 Corning Glass Summit to be held in early June at Corning Incorporated. The Corning Glass Summit is a technical conference that brings together glass researchers from industry and academia to discuss the state of the art in glass science and manufacturing.

Judy Siler ’74 Re-Elected to NAMI Board

Judy Siler ’74, biology, was re-elected to the National Alliance on Mental Illness of Vermont’s board. She will serve a three-year term, one year of which will be as second vice president.


Nathaniel Gibbons ’18 Awarded an NCAA Postgraduate Scholarship

Nathaniel Gibbons ’18, an Allwein Scholar from Frederick, Md., was awarded a scholarship worth $7,500 from the National Collegiate Athletic Association to help pursue graduate studies this fall. A two-time College Sports Information Directors of America All-American, Gibbons, a defensive star on the men’s soccer team, is double majoring in physics and mathematics.

Garrett Santis ’19 Earns National Track Academic Honor

Garrett Santis ’19, an Allwein Scholar from Ijamsville, Md., earned all-academic honors from the United States Track & Field and Cross Country Coaches Association. He is an ACS chemistry major with minors in mathematics and computer & data science.