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During an academic year like no other, APSCUF’s members continued their work in their campus communities and beyond the gates of their universities.

Bloomsburg University’s Jennifer Haney, assistant professor of geography, directed a statewide recycling survey.

Kelton Edmonds from California University of Pennsylvania entered the New Pittsburgh Courier’s “Men of Excellence” class of 2021.

Cheyney University Professor Gooyong Kim delved further into the South Korean K-Pop perspective with publications this year.

Jane Walsh and Paul Klenowsk from Clarion University were chosen to perform research for the “I Fear For My Life Project” by the Frederick Douglass Institute Collaborative for the State System of Higher Education.

The Drexel Writing Festival welcomed Artress Bethany White, East Stroudsburg University associate professor of English, as a visiting author.

Jalen Middlebrooks became the first black female head coach at Edinboro University.

Professor Shundong Bi from Indiana University of Pennsylvania co-authored a paper on the discovery of a dinosaur preserved sitting on a nest of fossilized eggs.

Kutztown University’s head softball coach, Judy Lawes, secured her 1,000th career win.

Lock Haven University English Professor Marjorie Maddox’s poetry book won an award from The National Council of English Teachers.

Coach Edith Gallagher made history as the first female coach at Mansfield University to reach the 300- and 400-win milestones.

PRNews named Millersville University’s Jennifer Wood as its first Mentor of the Year.

Jen Clements from Shippensburg University found COVID-19 vaccinations for more than 600 people in Phase 1A.

Jeremy Lynch, associate professor of special education, and Nick Artman, assistant professor of communication, launched their podcast to recount Slippery Rock University stories.

West Chester University Professor Anita Foeman continued her work on DNA testing and its significance to African American identities and communities.

Thank you for your outstanding work, and please continue sharing your successes with APSCUF, so we can promote them across social media. Share your news by emailing

—Melissa Stough,
APSCUF intern