Dr. Barbara Prince, assistant professor of sociology, and Courtney Metz ’23, sociology, co-presented a workshop titled “Demystifying the Publishing Process at Teaching Sociology” with two colleagues from Elizabethtown College at the 2022 Eastern Sociological Society Annual Meeting in Boston, Mass., on March 13.
Archive for the ‘Student Achievement’ Category.
Student researchers Ashley Swogger ’23 (mathematics) and Jesse Arnold ‘23 (mathematics) have become published co-authors with Dr. David Lyons, professor of mathematical sciences, in an article detailing the results of their summer 2021 research project. Their article, “Local unitary classes of states invariant under permutation subgroups,” published in the top-tier research journal Physical Review A [Phys. Rev. A, 105:032442, 2022], is about the theory and applications of entangled quantum states. With this achievement, The LVC Mathematical Physics Research Group celebrates 20 years of collaborative student-faculty research with this achievement.
Sammy Nickalls, a student in the Clinical Mental Health Counseling Program, recently published “Log Off–Self-Help for the Extremely Online.” According to an announcement from Spruce Books, a Sasquatch Imprint, “Sammy Nickalls created a guided journal to help us improve our relationships with our devices…”
Dr. Jenna Marx, assistant professor of psychology, presented “Mindfulness and Meditation Information Online: A Content Analysis,” with Alyssa Miller ’20 (psychology and neuroscience) at the 2022 Eastern Psychological Association Conference in New York City during spring break. Dr. Marx and Miller presented research conducted with Emily Frazier ’21 (biology), Jasmine Locke ’21 (psychology), and Jacob Beard ’21 (business administration). Among other revelations, their student-faculty research found that “Online information about mindfulness and meditation varies in adherence to information literacy guidelines.”
Dr. Keith Veenhuizen, assistant professor of physics, and physics major Jacob Marsh ’25 are co-authors on an article published with colleagues from Lehigh University in the journal Computational Materials Science. The article, “Determination of the structure of lithium niobosilicate glasses by molecular dynamics simulation with a new Nb-O potential,” discusses the development of a new interaction potential for modeling the structure of lithium niobosilicate glasses. Dr. Veenhuizen provided the experimental data supporting the model. Jacob and Dr. Veenhuizen collaborated with the lead author, Dr. Wei Sun, on analyzing the glass structure results generated from the computational modeling.
The following actuarial science students and alumni recently passed these national exams:
Exam STAM—David Campbell ’20, Jonathan Issing ’21, Corey Knoll ’21, E.J. Kolonsky ’21, Xiang Li ’20, Blake Martin ’20, and Ryan Prator ’21
Exam SRM—Xiang Li ’20
Exam FM—Luke Burrows ’22, Caleb Cekella ’22, Daryn Ebersole ’22, Amber Friday ’21, Emily Horne ’22, Cameron Niemeyer ’22, Jaylen Reichner ’22, Carter Schmidt ’22, Tyler Shatto ’22, Cayla Sydow ’22, and Joshua Weaver ’22
Exam IFM—David Campbell ’20, Jonathan Issing ’21, Corey Knoll ’21, E.J. Kolonsky ’21, Allison Liu ’21, Hima Patel ’21, Ryan Prator ’21, and Alex Watkins ’20
Exam P—Amber Friday ’21