E-town in the News — APRIL 2018
July 11, 2018   //   By:   //   E-town in the News

Rachel Finley-Bowman, associate professor and chair in the Department of Education, was mentioned in Inside Higher Ed’s “Appointments, resignations, retirements, tenure awards, fellowships, deaths.”


Milt Friedly, professor of art, was mentioned in the LNP article “Demystifying printmaking at Demuth and Lancaster Museum of Art.”


April Kelly-Woessner, professor of political science and department chair, wrote “Trump’s departures from GOP policy may signal realignment” for LNP


Kyle Kopko ’05, associate professor of political science and assistant dean for academic achievement and engagement, was recently interviewed by FoxNews.com for a news story titled “California billionaire Steyer’s candidate guide pushes impeachment as good politics for midterms.”

He was also quoted in the political story “California Billionaire Puts Big Money on Trump Impeachment which ran in Conservative Fighters and USSA News.

Kopko was mentioned in the LNP article “Peach Bottom Rep. Bryan Cutler could have a real shot at House majority leader,” and he was interviewed for the Sputnik News article “Pompeo Likely to ‘Convey to Allies, Enemies’ Strength of US Army – Professor.”


Jeffery Long, professor of religion and Asian studies, wrote “Hindu Themes in Western Popular Culture: A Tale of Two Georges, Part One” in Pop Culture and Theology.


Fletcher McClellan, professor of political science, wrote the Penn Live column “Here’s what Trump’s staff churn tells us about his management style.”


Steven Nolt, senior scholar of Anabaptist and Pietist studies and professor of history, was featured in the article “Speaker explains obstacles local conscientious objectors faced in World War I” in LNP.


Jesse Waters, director of the Bowers Writers House and lecturer in English, appeared on WHTM to talk about “Camp ArtWorks: Finding Passion Together.”


Andy Williams, director of broadcasting, and Truman were feature in the WGAL story “Meet Truman, the dog helping Elizabethtown College students reduce stress.”


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About the Author :

E.A. (Elizabeth) Harvey is the communications manager and news editor at Elizabethtown College. She has worked in the Office of Marketing and Communications since 2008, after more than two decades as a newspaper feature writer. She holds a bachelor's degree in corporate communication from Elizabethtown College.

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