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2023-24: An outstanding year for member accomplishments | APSCUF
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With the academic year behind us, here are some stories from the past year showcasing the accomplishments of our faculty and coaches.

Bloomsburg University Professor Darlene Perner received the Burton Blatt Humanitarian Award from the Council for Exceptional Children’s Division on Autism and Developmental Disabilities.

Cheyney University Associate Professor Gooyong Kim published his work on the pandemic rise of BTS, a Korean pop band.

PennWest California recognized Associate Professor Anthony Carlisle with the C.B. Wilson Distinguished Faculty Award.

Bree Kelley, the head coach of the PennWest Clarion Golden Eagle swimming and diving team, was named to the Berks County Aquatic Hall of Fame.

East Stroudsburg University Assistant Professor Steven Boyer presented his work on general chemistry education at the National American Chemical Society Conference.

Laurie Parendes, a professor in the biology and health-sciences department at PennWest Edinboro, presented at the “Geography of Somewhere” event at the campus’s Bruce Gallery.

Anthropology Professor Ben Ford of Indiana University received a Fulbright Award to be used for a study in Portugal.

Kutztown University Professor Maria Asteriadou was inducted into the Steinway and Sons Teacher Hall of Fame.

Jamie Foor, assistant professor at Lock Haven University, gave a presentation on population aging at the Clearfield Campus.

Jonathan Rothermel, associate professor of political science at Mansfield University, started a conversation on the term limits of the American presidency.

The Pennsylvania School Counselors Association named Millersville University’s Richard Joseph “Joe” Behun, an associate professor of psychology, its Counselor Educator of the Year.

Pennsylvania Athletic Trainer’s Society presented Shippensburg University’s Tanya Miller, assistant director of sports medicine, with its 2024 Most Distinguished Athletic Trainer Award.

Slippery Rock University Professor Jason Hilton and Associate Professor Wayne Forbes published an article in the International Journal of Teaching and Case Studies on the movement of the classroom from an in-person environment to a virtual one, and how that has changed professors.

Jacqueline Alnes, an assistant professor of creative writing at West Chester University, published her book, “The Fruit Cure.”

What an outstanding year for our members! It is always a pleasure to show these accomplishments to their peers. Tag us on our socials, or email with any moments you would like to share about an APSCUF member.

—Jesse Daugherty,
APSCUF intern