In case you happened to miss them when we first shared them on our social media accounts, we are revisiting some examples of our faculty members’ and coaches’ accomplishments.

  • A Bloomsburg University coach was named to the 2017 College Football Hall of Fame.
  • A California University professor of biological and environmental science received an award for preserving the lives of rare songbirds.
  • A Cheyney University art professor painted the APSCUF-sponsored dinosaur for Harrisburg’s Dinomite Summer art exhibition. The piece is featured on Front Street for the summer.
  • For a biology professor at Clarion University, simply reading facts was not satisfactory for him to teach his students, so he decided to build his own plane.
  • Researchers named a rare species of insect after an East Stroudsburg biology professor who contributed his findings to their work.
  • A professor of forensic science at Edinboro University made a remarkable discovery using the chemical luminal to detect blood traces that date back to the Revolutionary War.
  • Have you ever wondered if the sell-by date on your food was completely accurate? A physics professor at Indiana University of Pennsylvania believes he’s found a far more accurate alternative.
  • For a geology professor from Kutztown University, curiosity sparked greater interest for her and some of her students. They are searching for a kiln containing historic military effects.
  • Numerous faculty members have full-time work loads, but they still manage to work on personal accomplishments. Dr. Laurie Cannady from Lock Haven University recently published her memoir, “Crave.”
  • Out of 290 nominees, Mansfield University’s professor Jeffrey Jacobsen has been nominated for the 2017 Music Educator Award.
  • For a Millersville University professor, basic fire and bus drills are not enough to protect children from the dangers their generation faces. He advocates for additional terror preparedness for children, especially in the wake of increased school shootings.
  • A Shippensburg University professor dedicated her time and effort to a cause she is passionate about: a bilingual textbook for Taiwanese students to teach them English.
  • As the heat continues to rise in these upcoming summer months, an exercise-science professor at Slippery Rock University shares his personal experience with melanoma, along with his research findings on the risks associated with harmful sun exposure.
  • A West Chester University art professor uses her art as an avenue to display her interests, both politically and environmentally.

APSCUF strives to keep our members and followers updated on our faculty members’ and coaches’ numerous accomplishments. Don’t forget to follow us on our social media sites for more great stories featuring our incredible faculty and coaches. Have a tip for us? Tag APSCUF on social media or email it to .

—Corrinne Rebuck, APSCUF intern