Faculty and staff at Penn State continue to go above and beyond the classroom to transform education, bridging the gap between the University and its surrounding communities. In the increasingly ubiquitous and changing world of technology, faculty are preparing students to move beyond digital literacy — the understanding of how to use the tools — to how they can achieve digital fluency.
Michael Roche, assistant professor of psychology, will will present "Everyone hates me for no reason! Relationship problems and the role of personality," from 12:15 to 1 p.m. on Thursday, Nov. 14, in room 150 of the Hawthorn Building. The presentation is part of Penn State Altoona's 2019-20 Spotlight on Teaching and Research (STAR) Series.
Penn State Altoona hosted a panel discussion titled "The Science of Race" on Tuesday, September 24, 2019, in the Slep Student Center. The discussion was part of Penn State Altoona's 2019-2020 Common Read program, focusing on the book And It Begins Like This by LaTanya McQueen.