Nineteen students enrolled in Advanced Geographic Information Systems (GIS 3) with Scott Drzyzga, a geography and earth science professor at Shippensburg University, replaced textbooks with drones for a day, and stepped outside of boxy classroom walls to get knee-deep in the melted snow-soaked Hornbaker Wetland.
President Laurie Carter was officially recognized as the 17th president of Shippensburg University this afternoon in an inauguration ceremony in which the theme of the event reflected on the university’s past, present and future.
Dishawn S. Vance, of Cheltenham, Pennsylvania, reported to university police on April 14 at approximately 3 p.m. that the license plate was missing from her 2005 Chevrolet Cobalt, which at the time was parked in the Reisner Dining Hall parking lot.
Mission accomplished. Those words should be ingrained into the hearts and minds of millennials for the rest of their lives as a painful, yet necessary, reminder that the United States is waging a never-ending war.
Shippensburg University senior Brad Foreman was announced as the 2018 winner of the Syed R. Ali-Zaidi Award for Academic Excellence and received a $1,000 prize from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
“Transforming historical people into characters is my favorite technique of writing historical fiction,” said Shippensburg University English professor Kim van Alkemade during a reading of her new book “Bachelor Girl” on Thursday evening in Old Main Chapel.
Communist churches, statues and museums are some of the evidence of the communist era in Romania and Bulgaria, according to an instructor of history who spoke at Shippensburg University in the Dauphin Humanities Center on Wednesday night.