Individuals covered by the federal vaccination mandate currently impacting seven Penn State campuses who believe that their sincerely held religious beliefs, practices or observances prevent them from receiving a COVID-19 vaccine, may complete an online accommodation request form on or before Oct. 29.
Former student Kristin Newvine recently published an article in ”Contexts,” a prestigious sociology outlet for the general public sponsored by the American Sociological Association.
The article is titled “Princessing: The Magic of Impression Management” explores the gig-based, non-commercial industry in which young women perform as princesses in interactive events.
When Penn State Altoona student Tyler Frye collaborated on a research project with other Penn State researchers, it didn’t just lead to a paper being published in the American Journal of Criminal Justice — it was also the springboard toward a career he never envisioned for himself.
A new bachelor of science degree in information technology will be offered beginning in the fall 2021 semester. The degree will replace the existing bachelor of science degree in information sciences and technology, which will be phased out over the next four years.