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Release Date: Jul 10 2019

Where were you during the Apollo moon landing 50 years ago? For 60 former Penn State choir members, the answer is easy — they were performing an open-air concert in the Stadium of Apollo in Delphi, Greece. “When we left Athens the...

Release Date: Jul 02 2019

Interview by Professor Emerita Micaela Amateau Amato Kirsten Grigor graduated with her B.F.A. in Drawing and Painting and minor in Art History in 2001. We worked together briefly, but I was always impressed by her enigmatic figurative imagery, and...

Release Date: Jun 28 2019

Chris Stubbs, manager of emerging technology and media for Teaching and Learning with Technology at Penn State, has been named director of the Office of Digital Learning in the College of Arts and Architecture, effective July 1. Stubbs brings...

Release Date: Jun 27 2019

James Kalsbeek, Penn State professor of architecture in the Stuckeman School, has joined forces with a Brooklyn-based film crew to create a film rooted in storytelling, loss and memory. The Molok, “an independent film and art project that...

Release Date: Jun 25 2019

Don Lenze, director of development in the College of Arts and Architecture since 2013, has been promoted to senior director of development, effective July 1.  During his tenure in the college, Lenze has overseen the expansion of the Development...

Release Date: Jun 24 2019

On June 18, the Association of Public and Land-Grant Universities (APLU) met at Penn State, where Dean Barbara Korner addressed the need to incentivize interactions between arts and humanities and science researchers. In her remarks, "...

Release Date: Jun 14 2019

Penn State Architecture alumna Patricia Kucker, who has spent the past 27 years in higher education administration, has been named the interim director of the Stuckeman School in the Penn State College of Arts and Architecture. The position is a two...

Release Date: Jun 06 2019

There was a time when former Nittany Lion and Cincinnati Bengal football star Mike Reid terrorized his opponents. From his position on the defensive line, Reid pawed at quarterbacks and dragged to the ground any ball carrier within arm’s reach...

Release Date: Jun 03 2019

Scott-Lee Atchison, Ph.D. candidate in music education, was recently awarded the Howard F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award. The award recognizes graduate assistants for outstanding teaching performance and is sponsored...

Release Date: May 31 2019

The public is invited to the formal dedication of The Barbara O. and James R. Korner Tower Terrace, located under the water tower between the Stuckeman Family and Theatre Buildings, at 2 p.m. on Friday, June 14, at the terrace. The terrace is being...

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