The Haven Magazine

The Haven Magazine 

The Haven Magazine is published biannually by the Lock Haven University Office of University Relations in partnership with the Lock Haven University Foundation, free of charge, for alumni, supporters, and friends of Lock Haven University. The magazine aims to support, enhance, and advance the University’s image with its target audiences by publishing news and stories about LHU alumni, students, faculty, and stakeholders. The magazine’s feature stories intend to motivate, inspire, and inform readers about issues relevant to LHU through content that is both entertaining and intellectually engaging.

On this page you will find our newest edition of The Haven Magazine, published in the Spring of 2018. The issue is titled "Connections" and explores how LHU professors in different programs across the University are bringing tech into the classroom.  Be sure to also read about Chuck Durham '93 and Eric Etkin '99, who own Seisan, Inc., a company creating some major buzz in the application and web development industry.  You may also browse past editions, in case you missed anything.

The Haven Magazine Spring 2018

Haven Mag Spring 2018

The Spring 2018 edition of The Haven Magazine is now available in print and online! Online content and features are available below.



Extended Features

On The Cover

LHU professors from completely different disciplines show how they are integrating technology effectively in the classroom that turns traditional coursework into more unique learning environments.

Hear from Professor Walt Eisenhauer in the PA Program. Learn about Dr. Mahlon Grass's world music class. See how Professor Eric Lippincott and the athletic training program are utilizing evolving technologies. Check out the revolutionary technology that Professor Kevin Range and the chemistry program are using.

An App for That: LHU alumni lead the way in developing web and mobile technology

What started as a website business in 1993 has grown into a national company serving the technology needs of multiple major corporations. Alumni Chuck Durham and Eric Etkin run what is now known as Seisan, Inc. Their list of services includes custom web and mobile app development, along with integration consulting services.



Contact Us

Executive Director of Communications and Community Relations

Elizabeth Arnold
McCloskey Suite, Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center
 (570) 484-2293

Communications Specialist

 Julie Stellfox
 McCloskey Suite, Durrwachter Alumni Conference Center
 (570) 484-2280


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