Jasmine Olvany '17 will return to Budapest, Hungary where she previously spent a summer as part of an LVC research group. This time she returns and will conduct her research as a Fulbright Finalist.
Recognizing Excellence & Innovation
Academic grants and scholarships continue to support Lebanon Valley College students as they apply their classroom learning to extraordinary opportunities to further the depth of their studies. The Edward H. and Jeanne Donlevy Arnold Experiential Grant Program generously supports projects in a variety of areas from organ students who gain world and music experience in Brazil to the E.A.T. Research Group that conducts research on campus and internationally. The President's Innovation Fund rewards innovation, collaboration, and program enhancements through projects such as "Creating a Latino College Culture at LVC," which includes a service-learning trip to Puerto Rico, and "Writing: A Life," which establishes a writer's series that brings rising and established creative writers and artists to the College. Additional grants, scholarships, and fellowships recognize the academic excellence of LVC students, such as the achievements of Hannah Pell '16, who was named a Fulbright Scholar and is studying in Austria.