Professor Carolyn Mahan worked collaboratively with the Italian Forestry Carabinieri, Re-Wildling Apennines and the U.S. Embassy to Italy to create the international forum "Coexistence Between Humans and Large Carnivores."
A new approach to reading a medieval French narrative text suggests that gender identity 600 years ago was just as complex as it is today, according to Brooke Findley, associate professor of French and women’s, gender and sexuality studies at Penn State Altoona.
Brian Black, distinguished professor of environmental studies and history at Penn State Altoona, was recently the opening keynote speaker for the World History Association’s international meeting held June 22-24 in Pittsburgh.
Penn State Altoona will host its first International Conference on Empirical Economics on Saturday, Aug. 5, via Zoom. More than 200 people from around the globe will participate, lending to a diversity of perspectives and the exploration of a broad range of issues and viewpoints. There will be four concurrent sessions each in the morning and afternoon during which participants will present their research papers.
Students visited and toured several universities, met with faculty and graduate students to learn about research opportunities, and toured the National Mall and the National Museum of African American Culture and History.
Taura L. Barr, associate professor of clinical nursing at Ohio State University’s College of Nursing, will be the speaker at the Penn State Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing's 2023 joint Jean Vallance Lecture in Nursing Innovation/WE LEAD Inspirational Leader Speaker Series on Friday, March 31, at the Wyndham Garden State College. The lecture will be offered in-person as well as via webinar.