Also: An English Advantage, Living-Learning’s Hard Times, Engaged at Eberly
Also: An English Advantage, Living-Learning’s Hard Times, Engaged at Eberly
How language hinders diversity in science; why living-learning communities matter more than ever; what makes Eberly achievers tick; and more
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Editor of the recently published Short Stories of Frank Yerby, English professor Veronica Watson explains why the world should get to know the work of this little-known but groundbreaking African American writer. 
“The results are quite clear.”
—David Hanauer, IUP professor of English, coauthor of studies on the barriers researchers face when publishing if they are nonnative English speakers
Indiana native Parker Koons, a sophomore anthropology major and Cook Honors College student who is among the #EberlyAmazingStudents, encourages slowing down and looking at the world with an open mind.
Ryan Redilla, an MBA student, an Eberly graduate assistant, and a US Army second lieutenant from New Florence, talks about his college experience during the pandemic in this installment of the #EberlyCOVIDSeries.
Since her undergraduate days, Tessa Matulis ’20, of Bucks County, has made student organizations and even the Eberly Café part of her life. Now an MBA student and a graduate assistant, she is among the #EberlyAmazingStudents.
Mimi Benjamin, Student Affairs in Higher Education, presented “Engaging Students through Living-Learning Communities through Challenging Times” at the Virtual Learning Communities Summit in October.
The Pennsylvania Principals Association presented Susan Sibert, Professional Studies in Education, with the Frank S. Manchester Award for her work on Pennsylvania Administrator magazine.
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