Alyssa Lahoda’s first-year research paper sparked by her passion turned into four years of inspiring many on LVC’s campus. This enthusiasm culminated in a new Musician Wellness concentration that will positively impact LVC music students for years…
Dr. Gregory Phillips II ’05 is researching COVID-19 testing and prevention behaviors among racial/ethnic minority and sexual and gender minority (SGM) young people with funding from a new National Institutes of Health (NIH) initiative.
When the pandemic began, LVC physical therapy major Dakota Strohl ’18, D’20, was only about eight weeks into his 16-week clinical rotation. Rather than let that throw his plans off course, Strohl adjusted, excelled, and turned his rotation into a…
All it took was a campus tour and meeting a handful of professors for Charlie Hopta ’08 to fall in love with LVC. Hopta, who received strong recommendations for LVC from his high school teachers, quickly understood the College’s high praise.
Michael Dueck '18, M'20 accepted a position with PennMedicine LGH as an athletic trainer and strength and conditioning coach at Octorara High School, as well as a trainer in the PennMedicine LGH orthopedic Sports Medicine clinics.
Kyle Sylvester '09 now has a solid foundation to raise his family, provide for his children, and instill in them the importance of higher education—thanks to the Lebanon Valley Educational Partnership and the donors who support it.
Heather Tran Smail ’14 grew up dreaming of a career in the health field, whether it be pharmaceuticals or in research. When she discovered LVC’s biochemistry and molecular biology major, she knew it was right for her.