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    September 9, 2013

    Wilson Professor Shares Her Enthusiasm for Research with Students

    Laura Altfeld, Wilson College associate professor of biology, has a passion for ants. She likes them so much that she received a Paul Swain Havens Research Award last year to do a pilot study of ant biodiversity in south-central Pennsylvania.

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    October 22, 2013

    Wilson Welcomes 2013-14 Lenfest Scholars

    Two students have been named Marguerite Brooks Lenfest Scholars. Fallon Schoch of Marion Center, Pa., and Nicole Zuleger of Berryville, Va., were selected for the honor from a pool of entering students with the highest, cumulative grade-point averages and demonstrated leadership initiatives.

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    September 4, 2013

    Wilson Experience Guides Sierra Schnable's '12 Graduate Research at Brandeis

    Since graduating from Wilson in 2012, Sierra Schnable has been hard at work completing a dual master’s degree in sociology and gender studies at Brandeis University in Boston.

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    September 2, 2013

    Megan Giordano '08 Is Living Her Dream

    When Megan (Westover) Giordano ’08 got her job as equine director at a therapy center for children with special needs, she was given a tall order: start a large-scale therapeutic riding program from scratch.

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    October 11, 2013

    Nicole Zvarik ’03 Returns to Campus as In-Resident Artist

    In-resident artist Nicole Zvarik ’03—a choreographer and performer based in San Francisco—taught dance classes, rehearsed with Wilson’s dance troupe Orchesis, lectured on the topic of feminist artists, and met with students in the Women with Children program during the week of Oct. 7-11.

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    October 8, 2013

    Wilson Graduate's Work with Retired Racehorse Featured in "Chronicle of the Horse"

    Jessica Bortner-Harris ’06 showcased her retired racehorse, Pretty Hip Hop Hotty, during the Thoroughbred Makeover and National Symposium held Oct. 5 and 6 at Pimlico Race Course in Baltimore, Md.

  • Curran Scholar Monica Lyons ’13 volunteers in a food pantry to help feed the homeless during the Chaplaincy Service Retreat in Washington, D.C.
    May 17, 2013

    Curran Scholars Program Integrates what Classroom Learning Means to Life

    They serve meals at the Salvation Army, work with survivors of domestic abuse, train as emergency medical technicians with the local fire department ‒ they even finger-paint. All told, Wilson’s 17 Curran Scholars will donate 4,420 hours ‒ 260 hours each ‒ to their communities this year, and though their academic schedules are full, their service is teaching them lessons in what it means to be active citizens in the world long after they collect their diplomas.

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    August 21, 2013

    New Students Move Onto Campus with Help of Wilson Faculty and Staff

    Rachel Cocoros, 19, lugged boxes of bed linens, books and pillows up three flights of stairs to her new home in a Wilson College residence hall on Monday, Aug. 21. Cocoros was helped by her two best friends, her younger brother and her mother, as well as Wilson staff members and professors who volunteered to help new students move in to their new living quarters.

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    July 2, 2013

    Instructor Inspires Students to Balance Knowledge with Faith

    When Nicole Trusky ’14 signed up for “Intertextuality: The Prophets in the Bible and the Quran,” she was given a 37-page syllabus with required readings not only from Christian, Jewish and Islamic scripture, but also from several dozen books of commentary and analysis. It was, she admitted, overwhelming at first but the course soon turned into one of her favorites, not just because of what she learned, but because of the instructor who taught it. “This is the second course I’ve taken with Jordi (Gendra), and I will continue to take his classes to complete my minor in religious studies,” Trusky said. “I’ve learned to love the subject because of his courses.”

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    May 15, 2013

    Ann O’Shallie Pays It Forward with Equine-Facilitated Therapeutics

    Associate Professor Ann O'Shallie heads up Wilson's four-year, equine-facilitated therapeutics program ‒ one of only five such programs offered by colleges throughout the United States.

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