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.
Thirteen students from three campuses observed National Nutrition Month in a fitting way: traveling to Honduras for a spring break service learning trip through Healthy Niños Honduras, a Pennsylvania-based organization that focuses on helping children with malnutrition.
Through her research on the relationship between nurses and their patients, Penn State Altoona Assistant Teaching Professor of Nursing Linda Govere hopes to help create mutually positive, respectful, meaningful and effective relations and interactions among people with different ethnic, racial, religious, geographic and social backgrounds.
Through her research, Linda Govere hopes to help create mutually positive, respectful, meaningful and effective relations and interactions among people with different ethnic, racial, religious, geographic, and social backgrounds.
Penn State Altoona held its 2018 fall Student Showcase Friday, Dec. 7, in which students from various disciplines showcased their work through presentations to the college and local business community.