Nine members of the Lock Haven University faculty have recently been promoted for the 2020-21 academic year. The promotions were made after a lengthy and rigorous evaluation process that was conducted in compliance with the faculty collective bargaining agreement and the LHU promotion policy. These promotions are based on the value of excellence in teaching as well as scholarship and service.
Lock Haven University has been graduating quality registered nurses for 30 years and Kim Owens, assistant professor in the Nursing Department at LHU, has played a major role in her students' successes. Owens will retire from her position at LHU on Aug. 14.
For 19 years, Paula "Sandy" Bell taught computer information science at Lock Haven University. She retired in 2007, but although she is no longer teaching students in the classroom, through her philanthropy she is still dedicated to helping Lock Haven University students soar higher.
The Commission on Accreditation of Athletic Training Education (CAATE) has announced Dr. Eric Lippincott, LHU associate professor in the Health Science Department, as their new athletic training commissioner. Lippincott will assume his seat on the commission in September.
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