Esports Hits USA Today Home Page

Dave Shapiro, senior director of information technology and chief information officer, and Coulson Miller ’19, a business administration major with a minor in computer & data science, were interviewed in a story by York Daily Record video journalist Cameron Clark regarding LVC having the state’s first varsity intercollegiate eSports team. The video and accompanying photo slide show was picked up by USA Today and ran on its home page.

Dr. Alladin’s Research Published in The Prison Journal

Dr. Terrence Alladin’s co-authored research with Don Hummer of Penn State Harrisburg, The Relationship Between Individual Characteristics, Quality of Confinement and Recidivism by Offenders Released from Privately and Publicly Managed Residential Community Corrections Facilities, was published in The Prison Journal. Dr. Alladin is an assistant professor of criminal justice.

Dr. Delavan Quoted in U.S. News & World Report

Dr. Will Delavan, associate professor of economics, was quoted regarding the uncertainty in international geopolitics possibly affecting energy prices, in the U.S. News & Report article What Will Cost More—and Less—in 2019.

Dr. Broussard’s Op-Ed on Trump vs. Mueller

Dr. James Broussard, professor of history and director of the Center for Political History, wrote an op-ed, History has a clear message for Trump: Don’t fire Robert Mueller that was published on PennLive.

Ally Hepp ’19 in Feature Story on Avixa Website

Ally Hepp ’17, audio & music production and music business, was recently interviewed for the Avixa website regarding an internship she had with New Era Technology. The writer for Avixa, which has hired several LVC alumni, also wrote about Ally’s scholarship from the AVIXA Foundation.

Arnold Pavilion Equipment Featured on Fox 43

The new Jeanne and Edward H. Arnold Health Professions Pavilion has bustled with classes, events, and lectures since opening in August. But the most important aspect of the building has been the hands-on-training our health professions students receive. From injury prevention to first aid, our students learn real-world skills that prepare them for successful careers. Reporter Jack Eble from Fox 43 visited campus for an in-depth look at the equipment traditionally only found at large research universities.

Dr. McEvoy’s Book Reviewed by Brazilian Publication

Dr. Gabriela McEvoy’s recent book, La Experiencia Invisible: Immigrantes Irlandeses en el Perú (The Invisible Experience: Irish Immigrants in Peru), was reviewed by José Manuel Carrasco-Weston, a research assistant at the Research Center of the Universidad del Pacífico (Lima, Peru), for ABEI Journal, a Brazilian publication. Carrasco-Weston noted that McEvoy, chair of languages and associate professor of Spanish, wrote a book that is a “groundbreaking study on the Irish immigration in Peru,” and that it fills a “historical void” in the field.

Dr. Dietrich Receives National Distinction

Dr. Johannes Dietrich, Newton and Adelaide Burgner Professor in Instrumental Music and conductor of the LVC Symphony and Chamber Orchestra, earned third place in The American Prize in Orchestral Programming contest, the Vytautas Marijosius Memorial Award, 2017–2018. The national competition included finalists Cornell University, Davidson College, Oklahoma State University, and the University of Washington. According to their release, The American Prize is a series of new, non-profit, national competitions unique in scope and structure, designed to recognize and reward the best performing artists, ensembles, and composers in the United States based on submitted recordings.

Dr. Dolan Authors Book on President Obama

International publisher Rowan and Littlefield recently released Obama and the Emergence of a Multipolar World: Redefining U.S. Policy, written by Dr. Chris Dolan, chair and professor of history, politics, & global studies. In the 258-page book, Dolan “argues that critical international and domestic crises, such as the U.S. war in Iraq and the Great Recession, forced President Barack Obama to readjust U.S. foreign policy after over 70 years of American hegemony and defending the global status quo,” according to the publisher.

Dr. Wendt asks, “What Do You Make of It?

On Oct. 20, at the Conversations & Connections Conference at Chatham University in Pittsburgh, Dr. Holly M. Wendt, assistant professor of English and director of creative writing, facilitated an interactive workshop for conference attendees. In “What Do You Make of It?: History & Short Forms,” participants generated poems, micro-essays, or flash fictions through engaging with historical artifacts ranging from daguerreotypes to advertisements. A tutorial for the workshop is available here.