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Marilouise Michel, professor of theatre at Clarion University, presented a drama master class at the National Collegiate Honors Council Conference Nov. 7 New Orleans. Honors students from around the country participated in the master class which focused on scene study and character development and a showcase of their work on the last day of the conference. She also attended the ceremony honoring music professor Dr. Brent Register's Nov. 9 induction into the NCHC Fellows.


Dr. Kevan M. Yenerall, professor of political science at Clarion University, presented “Hungry for Action: Exposing Students to the Political World in Experiential Seminars” at the annual meeting of the Northeastern Political Science Association Nov. 14-17 in Philadelphia. Fellow participants included Dr. Scott McLean of Quinnipiac University, Kimberly Adams of East Stroudsburg University, and Eugene Alpert, senior vice president of the Washington Center for Internships and Academic Seminars.


Dr. Kevan M. Yenerall, professor of political science at Clarion University, presented "Politics and Popular Culture: Citizenship, Satire and Social Change," Nov. 7 at Juniata College. The multimedia presentation examined the ways in which film and television can encourage critical thinking, serve as a springboard for civic engagement, and potentially bring about social change. The event was open to the entire Juniata campus and community.

Sandy Chen, assistant professor of library science and serials and electronic resources librarian at Clarion University, presented at the Conference on Library and Information Society, held May 20-21 at Fu-Jen Catholic University, Taipei, Taiwan. She shared a presentation on "Resource Description and Access for the Digital World" with Taiwanese librarians, library science faculty and students. The presentation can be seen at


Dr. Philip Terman, professor of English at Clarion University, has had several poems published recently. “The Shank Bone,” “The Jewish Russion Woman Poet Termanowsky,” “Raccoon,” and “That Lightness” were published in “The Bloomsbury Anthology of Contemporary Jewish American Poetry,” Bloomsbury Publishing, 2013. His poem, “River of Many Names,” was published in “Written on Water: Writings About the Allegheny River,” Mayapple Press, 2013.


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