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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.
Aglaia Konrad

Penn State Altoona to present the work of Aglaia Konrad

Penn State Altoona will present the film installation Material Visions: Aglaia Konrad by Brussels-based Austrian photographer Aglaia Konrad and curated by Penn State Altoona Instructor in Art History Edit Toth June 22 – July 31, 2017.
Lori J. Bechtel-Wherry accepts the Rossman-Kazmaier award on behalf of the campus

Penn State Altoona receives Rossman-Kazmaier award

Penn State Altoona has been awarded the inaugural Rossman-Kazmaier Partnership Award from the Altoona Blair County Development Corporation (ABCD).
Chancellor and Dean Lori J. Bechtel-Wherry offers opening remarks

2017 Faculty and Staff Awards

Penn State Altoona faculty and staff members were honored for their service and exemplary work during the annual Faculty and Staff Awards ceremony held May 4 on campus.

Mark Johnson co-organizes international conference

With the support of a $45,000 NSF grant, Mark W. Johnson has been able to co-organize a week-long international conference at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champagne.
altoona softball

Penn State Altoona athletics roundup, April 22 to May 12

Penn State Altoona offers varsity athletics results and scores from April 22 through May 12.

Faculty receive seed grant for new course development

Faculty members Karyn McKinney Marvasti and Beth Seymour are the recipients of a seed grant from Penn State's Office for General Education.

Brian Black contributes essay to new business and environment book

Brian Black's essay “Driving Change: The Winding Road to Greener Automobiles” was recently published in "Green Capitalism: Business and Environment in the Twentieth Century."
Erin C. Murphy

Erin Murphy’s essay featured in Michigan State University Press anthology

A creative nonfiction essay by Erin Murphy is featured in Kept Secret: The Half-Truth in Nonfiction, a new anthology published by Michigan State University Press.

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