Several Thiel College faculty and student research teams have begun work on summer research projects that will examine such varied topics as “damage control” health habits, amphibian population decline and political gender bias. The research is a part of the second year of the Greenville Neuromodulation Center (GNC) Faculty/Student Research Institute.
Thiel College student Amber Martin ’17, a biology major from Allison Park, Pa., presented at the spring 2016 National Meeting of the American Chemical Society (ACS) in San Diego. Martin spoke on the transient absorption spectrometer she built with Associate Professor of Chemistry and Department Chair Christopher Stanisky, Ph.D.
Thiel College psychology majors Amanda Hautmann ’17, Mandy Slupek ’17 and Nicole Johnston ’16 presented their research into gender bias in Thiel College course texts on April 23 at the Laurel Highlands Undergraduate Psychology Research Conference.
Thiel College faculty members recently completed the first phases of the fourth annual Dr. Edwin Hodge Jr. Institute for Teaching and Learning for summer 2016.
Nine members of the Thiel College Cycling Club departed May 9 on the 800-mile, 10-day “Brain Campaign 2 Maine.”
Six members of the Thiel College Class of 2016 earned valedictorian and salutatorian honors at the 142nd Commencement, which was held May 8 in the College’s William A. Passavant Memorial Center.
Thiel College honored 216 graduates, three faculty members and three dedicated friends of the College during its 142nd Commencement exercises Sunday.
The Thiel College Spring Semester Student Recital and Handbell Concert will be held April 26 at the David Johnson Memorial Chapel. In addition, the Thiel Choir will host its final spring concert of the year on May 1. Both productions are free and open to the public.
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