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Sebastian Junger's "Tribe" chosen as 2017-18 Common Read selection

Sebastian Junger’s "Tribe: on Homecoming and Belonging" is Penn State Altoona’s Common Read selection for 2017-18.
Altoona Men's Volleyball AMCC Champs

Men's Volleyball Clinches 2017 AMCC Championship

Penn State Altoona's men's volleyball team has officially clinched its first-ever Allegheny Mountain Collegiate Conference championship.
Daniel Downs

Daniel Downs Men's Volleyball Player of the Week

Men's volleyball's junior Daniel Downs was announced as the AMCC's Player of the Week.
Jungwoo Ryoo

Jungwoo Ryoo writes article for "The Conversation"

An article written by Jungwoo Ryoo, professor of information sciences and technology, has been published in The Conversation.
Sharon Risher

Distinguished Speaker Sharon Risher to speak Apr. 18

Sharon Risher, who lost her mother and two cousins in the Charleston, South Carolina, church shooting, will speak on campus Tuesday, April 18.
Bradley Colditz

Bradley Colditz Selected ECAC South Player of the Week

Men's volleyball's sophomore Bradley Colditz was named ECAC Division III South Region Player of the Week.
Bradley Colditz and Waldemar Rivera-Berrios

Bradley Colditz and Waldemar Rivera-Berrios Sweep NEAC Men's Volleyball Awards

A pair of Penn State Altoona men's volleyball players swept the North Eastern Athletic Conference's weekly awards.
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University Laureate to visit Penn State Lehigh Valley

Penn State Lehigh Valley will welcome the University’s 2016-17 Laureate, Rebecca Strzelec, professor of visual arts and program coordinator of visual arts studies at Penn State Altoona, and renowned jewelry artist, as she addresses creative problem-solving in a special talk on April 12.
Bradley Colditz

Bradley Colditz Named AMCC Player of the Week

Men's volleyball's sophomore outside hitter Bradley Colditz has been selected the AMCC Player of the Week.
spring 2017 integrative arts senior projects

Color Outside the Lines showcase

"Color Outside the Lines" features works by integrative arts students Sheriece Veazey, Karol Rodriguez, and Kadheem McLeod.