Good News: May graduate joins Western Pennsylvania Conservancy
Tyson Johnston, a May Slippery Rock University graduate, has been named the new conservation information assistant for the Western Pennsylvania Conservancy’s Natural Heritage Program. He starts Sept. 22.
Good News: Retired SRU professors teach in China
John Nichols, retired Slippery Rock University professor emeritus of history, and Alison McNeal, who retired from the English department in June, didn’t stay retired for long. The husband-and-wife team accepted a call to teach this year at Nanjing University in China, an SRU partner institution.
Good News: SRU graduate takes reins at Pa. Bureau of Boating and Access
Laurel Anders, a 1995 Slippery Rock University graduate, has been appointed director of the Pennsylvania Fish and Boat Commission's Bureau of Boating and Access. She will oversee the administration of boating regulations and direct boating safety education, water rescue and boating access programs. Pennsylvania has more than 350,000 registered boats.