Whether teaching her second-grade class in south-central Pennsylvania or delivering new books to some of the poorest regions of Peru, Emily (Hutchison) Trace ’10 has a passion for helping children learn. Trace is the co-founder of Project Open Arms (POA), a nonprofit organization based in Chambersburg, that provides resources and volunteers for schools in the world’s poorest countries. The organization places special emphasis on Peru.
Dr. Philip Henry loves the creative process, often comparing his work in counseling to art. Just as an artist changes mediums for different effects, he said that accepting the position as director of SU’s Counseling Center provided him with an opportunity to reinvent himself. Henry worked in private practice for about fifteen years then taught counseling at the graduate level for about
twelve years before coming to Ship in 2004.