AfterMath is for alumni and friends of the Department of Mathematical Sciences. Send us your stories and news items to post!
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Career Services
The Office of Career Services staff and interns offer career advice to LVC students through this blog.
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E.A.T. (Engage, Analyze, Transform) is a student-centered research group sponsored by the President's Innovation Fund. The interdisciplinary research undertaken by E.A.T. has two goals: to improve the dining experience for students and to dissolve the boundaries between the dining and academic spaces on campus.
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International Adventures
Follow along with students completing high impact experiences abroad, including internships, research, and other opportunities. 
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IT HelpDesk
The IT Services HelpDesk and Solutions Center is an online collection of technology articles, online resources, training materials, tip sheets and computer workshop handouts. This extension of the HelpDesk combines all groups within IT Services (Client Services, Information Management Services and Technical Services) to provide students and staff with support solutions for a wide variety of issues and services.
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The Vernon and Doris Bishop Library blog will present new online and in-library resources for students and community members.
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Religion & Philosophy "Brainstorms"
"Brainstorms" is an extension of the conversations the Religion & Philosophy Department students are having both within and outside the classroom. It is being launched in conjunction with the new monthly discussion group planned for this semester.
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Study Abroad

LVC students blog from abroad, in between their classes, extracurricular, and traveling experiences in countries around the world.
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Spring 2013

An American in Budapest
Associate professor of chemistry Tim Peelen is on sabbatical in the 2012-2013 academic year and spending his time researching in Hungary, his wife's home country. Follow "An American in Budapest" as Peelen and his family recount their experience abroad.
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Summer & Fall 2012

Election 2012
LVC presents expert opinion and commentary regarding the presidential candidates, the issues, and the importance of voting and civic engagement from our team of political scientists, philosophers, historians, and other faculty and staff members. We also will hear from our students, as representatives of College Democrats and College Conservatives offer their own thoughts on similar topics, and engage in a friendly debate in support of their candidates.
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Arnold Internship Grants
Longtime LVC supporters Dr. E.H. Arnold H’87 and Dr. Jeanne Donlevy Arnold H’08 established The Edward H. Arnold and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold Program for Experiential Education in 2011. Through the program, the Arnolds will award up to $50,000 per year to support student-faculty research, independent student summer research, and independent student internships. Follow three summer interns and their experiences in this blog.
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Study Abroad
Follow LVC students blogging on their journeys throughout Europe in the fall of 2012.
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Spring 2012

Katie Boag '14 and Kerri Bailey '13, Athens, Greece
Kerri Bailey '13 is a junior Psychology major at LVC. Originally from Lewes, Delaware Kerri will be heading to Greece for this spring semester!
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Jamie Frye '13 and John Makatche '13, Buenos Aires, Argentina
Jamie is a junior Economics major and John is a junior Actuarial Science major studying the language and culture of Buenos Aires, Argentina.
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Charlie Robinson '13, Internship at Disney
Charlie Robinson is a junior sociology major interning at Disney World in Orlando, Florida.
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Ally Stengel '13, Hamilton, New Zealand
Ally is a Junior English Communications major headed to Hamilton, New Zealand this Spring semester to study at the University of Waikato.
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Jordan Weaver '13, Nairobi, Kenya
Jordan Weaver is a junior Psychology and Sociology major spending the semester at the United States International University in Nairobi, Kenya.
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Fall 2011

Andrew Cunningham '13 & Jonathan Nerino '13, London, England
Junior criminal justice majors Andrew Cunningham and Jonathan Nerino share their adventures in London, England.
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Kayla Fulfer '12, Perugia, Italy
Kayla Fulfer is a senior, digital communications major and business administration minor studying in Perugia, Italy this fall.
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Summer 2011

Caitlin Murphy '12, Arnold Internship Grant Recipient
An English and International Studies major, Caitlin is enjoying an internship at the Center for European Studies at the University of Maastricht, Netherlands.
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Daniel Ramirez-Bao '12, Arnold Internship Grant Recipient
A junior biology major, Daniel is experiencing a research internship at the Universidade de Santiago de Compostela, Spain.
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Spring 2011

Brittany Flood '13, Berlin Germany
An art and art history major from Fayetteville, Brittany is blogging from Berlin, Germany.
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Chase Ferrario '12, Perugia, Italy
An actuarial science major from Halifax, Chase is blogging from Perugia, Italy.
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Natalie Snyder '13, Valladolid, Spain
A health science and Spanish double major from Manheim, Natalie will be studying abroad in Valladolid, Spain.
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Brandine Williams '12, Athens, Greece
A business administration and religion double major, Brandine is studying abroad in Athens, Greece.
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Fall 2010

Kira Echeandia '13 and Hannah Grube '12, Cambridge, England
Both music business majors, Kira and Hannah studied at the Anglia Ruskin University this fall.
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Emily Lefin '12, Montpellier, France
As a junior French major, Emily spent the fall semester putting her major to use in France.
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Matthew Hocker '09, Zhangjiagang, China

As a recent graduate of LVC, Matthew has moved to China to teach English at Zhangjiagang Foreign Language School.
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Chris DeLorenzo '10, Coroico, Bolivia

After graduating this spring, Chris decided to spend five months in Bolivia teaching English and managing the language lab and English club at the Unidad Académica Campesina-Carmen Pampa, a small rural college in the foothills of the Andes.
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Rosemary Bucher '14, LVC Freshman
Follow Rosemary's journey as a music and digital communications major during her first year at LVC.
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James O'Brien, LVC Cross Country

Follow the Cross Country team through their season.
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Kaitlin Miller '11 and Matt Wischerth '11, Perugia, Italy
Both seniors, Kaitlin and Matt will be studying in Perugia this fall. As an accounting major, this is Kaitlin's first time leaving the country. Matt, an actuarial science and economics double major, is looking forward to his study abroad experience.
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Summer 2010

Abby Irwin ’10, Perugia, Italy
Graduating with the LVC Class of 2010, Abby recently earned her bachelor of science in psychology and a bachelor
of arts in music performance (voice). She is now studying abroad with the six-week summer program in Italy.
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Katie Deppen ’13, Germany
An early childhood major, Katie is spending the summer traveling around Germany. She will be teaching German
students English through YoYo Camps.
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Greg Kennelty ’12, South Belmar/Lake Como, N.J.
An English communications major, Greg is interning at WRAT Radio in Lake Como, N.J. this summer. Greg is also the chairperson of WLVC Radio and a technician for media services on campus.
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Conner McAuliffe ’12, South Africa
Currently a junior biology major and psychology minor at Lebanon Valley College, Conner is a member of the Men's soccer team and very passionate about the sport. Conner traveled for ten days to South Africa for the World Cup.
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Spring 2010

Buenos Aires, Argentina
Tim Arthun '10, an history and political science major, spent the remainder of his senior year in Argentina.
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Perugia, Italy
Megan McGrady, '11, a business major with minors in psychology and English literature, spent the semester in Perugia, Italy. She studied Italian language and culture, as well as took classes.
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Belfast, Northern Ireland
Valerie Augustine '11, a music recording technology major and French minor studied recording and sound at Queen's University.
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Hamilton, New Zealand
Brittany Ryan '11, a business administration major and psychology minor, studied in New Zealand. She  previously blogged about her summer internship as a finance intern at the Boston Beer Company, Pennslyvania Branch.
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Run Around The World This Spring With LVC XC
Four members of the LVC cross country teams studied abroad and blogged about their experiences living, learning, and, of course, running in their new homes.

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Fall 2009

Berlin, Germany
Nicole Daub '12, an elementary education major, studied abroad this past fall in Berlin, Germany.
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Perugia, Italy
Katie Cunningham '11, an English secondary education major, chronicled her fall '09 study abroad experience in Perugia, Italy.
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London, England
In this shared blog, Emily Gertenbach '11 & Wesley Bensing '12 tell you about their fall '09 experiences in London, England.
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Valladolid, Spain
Christa Vrabel ‘10, a criminal justice and spanish major, studied in Valladolid, Spain, in the fall of 2009.
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Carissa Devine '09, Fulbright Scholar
Follow Carissa on her journey through India as she studied "The Birth of the Aurovilian Tradition: Between Text & Interpretation" as a Fulbright Scholar.
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