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"The Marshmallow Building" by Susan Marie Brundage

Brundage receives first place award for marshmallow building painting

Susan Marie Brundage earned first place in the painting category for her work "The Marshmallow Building"
Erin C. Murphy and Todd Davis

Murphy and Davis win Gold and Silver Foreword Book of the Year Awards

Erin Murphy and Todd Davis have been named winners in the nineteenth annual Foreword INDIES Book of the Year Awards.
a player sinks a putt at the annual Penn State Altoona Community for Kids Golf Tournament

Former Penn State and NFL players to headline Community for Kids Golf Tournament

The Penn State Altoona Alumni Society will host the third annual Community for Kids Golf Tournament Friday, July 21, 2017, at Sinking Valley Country Club in Altoona.
SADA awards the Arc with inaugural award

SADA announces inaugural award recipient

Penn State Altoona's Students Advocating for Disability Awareness (SADA) organization presented The Arc of Blair County with its inaugural SADA Star Award.
Erin C. Murphy

Erin Murphy wins chapbook competition

Erin Murphy has won the 2016 Keystone Chapbook Series competition with her winning manuscript "Remorse Code."
Rebecca Strzelec

Rebecca Strzelec to be a guest on WPSU's "Take Note"

Rebecca Strzelec is a guest on the WPSU radio program Take Note with Patty Satalia, speaking about her varied experiences and reflections as Penn State Laureate.
Penn State Altoona Enactus students at the 2017 National Expo in Kansas City, Missouri

Enactus team brings home a third place finish at national expo

Fifteen students traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, to compete in the 2017 Enactus United States National Exposition, May 21-23 where the team placed third in its league.
Brian Black

Brian Black is opening speaker at Paris energy conference

Brian Black is the invited opening speaker at the annual conference of the European Oil and Gas Network (EOGAN) in Paris, France, June 1-2, 2017.
John Leri

Answering the Toughest Question: Why?

Why do people act the way they do? Curious to find out for himself, student John Leri decided to study the behavior of humans ... and zebrafish.
Work by Sarah Swist

Penn State Altoona to present work of Sarah Swist

"Offcuts," a body of work by Sarah Swist will run June 22 – September 9, 2017, in the McLanahan Gallery of the Misciagna Family Center.

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