APSCUF likes to take the time to recognize and applaud our faculty members’ and coaches’ accomplishments. Although the fall 2016 semester was a turbulent one to say the least, we are proud to provide a roundup of some faculty members’ and coaches’ achievements.
- A Bloomsburg University professor led a group to educate the community on refugees.
- A California University football coach was chosen as AFCA Coach of the Year.
- A former Cheyney University football coach was inducted into the Black College Football Hall of Fame.
- A Clarion University professor read poetry featured on Writer’s Almanac.
- An East Stroudsburg University professor published a novel after 14 years of work.
- A professor at Edinboro University was invited to serve on the National Social Science Association board.
- An Indiana University of Pennsylvania faculty member was keynote speaker for the National Association of the Advancement of Colored People and urged dialogue to begin healing race relations.
- A Kutztown University professor helped preserve the past at Pennsylvania German Cultural Heritage Center.
- A music professor from Lock Haven University played in an orchestra led by a Grammy-winning composer.
- A Mansfield University professor is slated to have an article published in a peer-reviewed journal by the New York College Learning Skills Association.
- A professor at Millersville University presented a self-written musical in Lancaster.
- A Shippensburg University math professor earned a national teaching award.
- A dance professor at Slippery Rock University was named the new director of SRU’s branch of the Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative.
- A West Chester University professor of earth and space sciences encouraged girls to pursue science careers.
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—Alexandria Mansfield, APSCUF intern