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Howard F. Gallup, professor emeritus of psychology at Lafayette College, will present a talk and slide show entitled “Hiking and Cycling in the National Parks of the United States and Canada” at noon, Friday, April 16, in Limburg Theater of Lafayette’s Farinon College Center.

The talk is free and open to the public.

Gallup has hiked and cycled extensively in the parks of the western United States and Canada. His talk will include scenes from the following parks: Big Bend (Texas), Rocky Mountains (Colorado), Grand Canyon (Arizona), Yosemite (California), Crater Lake (Oregon), Yellowstone (Wyoming), Glacer (Montana), Waterton Lakes and Banff (Alberta), Jasper (British Columbia), Big Sur (California), Mt. Ranier and Mt. St. Helens (Washington), and, Zion, Bryce Canyon, Capital Reef, Arches, and Canyonlands (Utah).

Gallup retired in 1995 after 37 years of service on the Lafayette faculty. He was head of the department of psychology from 1981 to 1993. In 1970 he received Lafayette’s Christian R. and Mary F. Lindback Award for distinguished teaching and contributions to the campus community. He received the Thomas Roy and Lura Forest Jones faculty award for excellence in teaching and research in 1976.

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