Dr. Raymond Schaak ’98, chemistry, was recently named a fellow of the American Association for the Advancement of Science. Dr. Shaak is the DuPont Professor of Materials Chemistry at the Pennsylvania State University.
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“Using National Benchmarking Data to Improve Student Learning in Chemistry at Lebanon Valley College,” written by Dr. Marc Harris, associate dean of academic affairs, was published in the September–October issue of Assessment Update: Progress, Trends, and Practices in Higher Education.
Dr. Elizabeth S. Sterner, assistant professor of chemistry, was invited back to her undergraduate alma mater, Creighton University, to present a research seminar and deliver keynote remarks at the Ferlic Scholars Research Fellows Poster Presentation. While a student, Dr. Sterner received one of these scholarships and worked in the lab of Dr. Stephen Gross.
Gary Dise ’20, chemistry, was featured as one of nearly 50 science students who participated in student-faculty research in the sciences this past summer. He was a member of the research group led by Dr. Anderson Marsh, Vernon and Doris Bishop Professor of Chemistry and director of the chemistry engineering track.
Not many people would give up a lucrative private medical practice to help others less fortunate but Dr. Rex Herbert ’72 (chemistry), did just that. Dr. Herbert, for whom LVC’s Herbert Field is named, was highlighted in an extensive article written by Daniel Walmer ’10 (English major, law and philosophy minors) for the Lebanon Daily News, which was picked up by WITF. Jeremy Long ’06 (historical communications) was the photographer.
Dr. Michelle Niculescu, associate professor of psychology and director of neuroscience, and Templin Chenail ’18, a neuroscience major and chemistry minor, presented their research at the Research Society of Alcoholism meeting in Denver, Colo., in June. The research for their presentation, The Influence of Personality and Genetic Factors on Peer Pressure Susceptibility, was partially supported by an Edward H. Arnold and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold Program for Experiential Education grant, and focuses on the marijuana receptor and its role in peer pressure susceptibility.