This Coal Region Field Station collection houses a selection of outcomes for community-engaged student projects from courses as well as independent research or internships. This includes reports, posters, videos, digital products, and artistic works. All work was completed in collaboration with a range of community partners, largely in Eastern Northumberland County, PA, also known as the Lower Anthracite Coal Region.

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Submissions from 2019

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City of Shamokin Public Steps Study and Analysis, Catherine Apostol, Elijah Farrell, Cleo Greenwood, Wilson Hunt, Andrew Muo, Peter Vogel, Tori Warren, Peter Zuraw, and Shaunna Barnhart

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Mount Carmel Community Garden: Developing Community Involvement, Andy Bayliss, Ainslie Eck, and Kiran Grewal

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No Longer Strangers : Visual Stories from the Coal Region, Camilla Bowen, Wuyang Han, Caleb Krohn, Erin Liffiton, Lauren Rader, James Zheng, Cecily Ho, Meredith Langs, Amelia Lautenberg, Jenna Marek, and Lydia Naughton

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Data-informed recommendations for fixed-route public transit in the Greater Susquehanna Valley, Elise Covert, Zachary Feit, Megan Fournier, and Alexandra Koumas

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Mining Memories: Oral History Interative Website, Courtney Hugo

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Mount Carmel Area Public Library Sustainability Plan, Halie Mariano, Paulina Johansson, Margot Tucker, and Ashley Peña

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Mother Maria Kaupas Center - Strategic Plan for University Engagement, Sierra Meggitt, Sydney Napp, Abigail Rosenberg, and Ricky Wang

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Greater Susquehanna Valley United Way and Library Partners, Amanda Stefura, Lukas Yeshitla, and Rebecca Richardson

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Local Economic Revitalization through Mobile App and Rewards Program, Hongyi Wang

Submissions from 2018

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Divine Redeemer Catholic Church History and Architecture Brochure, Megan Bugniazet '20, Erin Grundy '18, and Aibhlin Moye-Linehan '18

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Our Lady of Mount Carmel History and Architecture Brochure, Zöe Davidson '18, Caroline Fitzgerald '21, and Donald Koepp '18

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Centralia magazine, Department of Art and Art History, Bucknell University

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Saint Michael's Orthodox Church History and Architecture Brochure, Bradly Dissinger '21, Kyle Fouke '20, and Katherine Mesmer '18

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Mount Carmel Jr./Sr. High School Greenhouse Curriculum and Maintenance Plan, Megan Ganning, Maddie Mulford, Andrew Podbielski, and Brennan Sharkey

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First United Methodist Church History and Architecture Brochure, Josh Gesselberty '21 and Savanna Morrison '18

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Addicts Speak: An Exploratory Ethnographic Study of Opioid Addiction, James A. Hamm

Submissions from 2017

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Inventorying Blighted Properties in Mount Carmel, PA: Presenting ArcCollector, An Online Spatial Management System, Danielle Baer, Samuel Mackie, Maureen Maclean, and Greg Miller

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Cultural Heritage Initiative Feasibility Assessment: Centralia, Pennsylvania, Ty Chung, Jacob Hannah, Stefan Krystman, and Fisayo Oluleye

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Mount Carmel Community Garden: Inspiring Community Growth through Sustainable Food Production, Caitlin Deardorff, Julia Friedman, and Charlotte Walton

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MCDI Rebranding Project and Strategic Marketing Plan, Maeve Greeley, Emily Turchin, and Megan Cannella

Submissions from 2016

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Shamokin Fire History: Youth on Fire, Rusty Barrick, Tyler Greene, and Joe Stolfi

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Mt. Carmel, PA Community Welcome Packet, Emily Becker, Maddy Molinary, JB Thompson, and Alex Spring

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The Mother Maria Kaupas Center - Strategic Plan, Jesse Klug, Carolina Elizalde, Kristin Cox, Elizabeth Semeraro, and Liz Daniels

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Mount Carmel Downtown Inc. Vision 2020, Anthony Marcozzi, Kerry Stahlin, Melissa Chernow, Emmy Metzler, and Tess Winebaum

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What Makes Trevorton a Region?, Tim Mayers

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Alternative Financing in Mount Carmel, Caroline McGlynn, Mike Moshier, Jesse Madwed, and Eric Andresen

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Youth Retention: Mount Carmel Revitalization, Leah Murphy, Erin Clark, Alexander Luchak, Matthew Muh, and Danielle Baer

Submissions from 2015

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Shamokin Fire History Museum: One Man, One Museum, One Community, Laura Lujan, Stephanie Salazar, Michelle Lutz, Colin Sygrove, Connor Hayes, Abu Chowdhury, and Clayton McManus