Local Chatter: Greater Pittston residents in the news

March 29th, 2018 5:36 pm

Harding resident assist with teaching math through music

MOUTAIN TOP — Nina Owen, of Harding, was one of 40 Misericordia Univeristy students Math Club and Teacher Education students who offered lessons on using music to understand mathematics to the St. Jude School students in Pre-K through eighth grade.

Activities included making music on cardboard instruments with different numbers of rubber-band strings, matching quarter-half and whole notes in a game of musical-themed dominoes and more.

Senese named to position

CORAL SPRINGS, Fla. — Glen Senese, of Pittston, has been named director of new business development for ABB OPTICAL GROUP, a distributor of optical products.

In his new role, Senese will focus on developing new business for ABB OPTICAL, including maximizing lab opportunities.

Golden named to dean’s list

SPARTANSBURG, N.C. — Lauren Golden, Dupont, was recently named to the Sherman College of Chiropractic’s dean’s list for the 2017 fall semester.

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Misericordia University student Nina Owen, left, an early childhood and special education major from Harding, helps seventh grade students Sydney Kozden and Cadin Sparich prepare for a math and music project during Math Day activities at the St. Jude School in Mountain Top.
https://www.psdispatch.com/wp-content/uploads/2018/03/web1_LC-St.-Jude.jpegMisericordia University student Nina Owen, left, an early childhood and special education major from Harding, helps seventh grade students Sydney Kozden and Cadin Sparich prepare for a math and music project during Math Day activities at the St. Jude School in Mountain Top.


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