Field Course to the Isle of Man

MCLEAN’S CULTURAL HERITAGE AND CLASSROOM ABROAD Faculty members Colleen McLean, Ray Beiersdorfer and Felicia Armstrong explored the island’s Niarbyl Fault. The narrow white line is the only known visible section of the Iapetus Suture between the former Laurentia and Avalonia paleocontinents over 400 million years ago. “IT’S LIKE NARNIA FOR ADULTS.” That’s how YSU students describe … Continue reading Field Course to the Isle of Man

Mahoning Headwaters Visit, Spring 2013

Friends of the Mahoning River visited the Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center in the spring of 2013 to view the headwaters of our Mahoning River. While at the Nature Center we took a tour of the grounds and witnessed a bird banding demonstration. The Huston-Brumbaugh Nature Center consists of people, programs and places that work together to … Continue reading Mahoning Headwaters Visit, Spring 2013

Presentation at YSU English Festival

YSU English Festival is an annual program that promotes and cultivates reading and writing to about 3,000 residents from Northeast Ohio and Western Pennsylvania. One of the books chosen by staff for the children to read this year was Flush by Carl Hiaasen, which has an environmental message about polluting our waters. View our English … Continue reading Presentation at YSU English Festival