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The University asked the Penn State community to show their Penn State pride during #GivingTuesday 2017, a national day to celebrate the power of giving back, and Penn Staters responded loudly and clearly with their support.
Student parking registration for the spring 2018 semester will be available exclusively online beginning at noon on Jan. 3.
Through an innovative new funding process, Penn State is investing $2 million in its top strategic priorities, while simultaneously advancing the vital and transformative work of its faculty, staff and students across the University.
No. 9 Penn State will take on the No. 11 Washington Huskies at the Playstation Fiesta Bowl on Dec. 30, in an announcement today (Dec. 3).
The 43rd Annual Dr. Martin Luther King Jr. Memorial Banquet, sponsored by the Forum on Black Affairs, will be held Jan. 15 in the President's Hall of the Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel. The theme this year is "The Mountain Top Has Not Been Reached."
The Office of Physical Plant (OPP) will perform crow relocation work on Monday, Dec. 4, in the evening hours.
The McCourtney Institute's Mood of the Nation Poll helps to shed light on public opinion surrounding some of America's most pressing national issues.
Should business owners be required to serve same-sex couples? This is a complex issue without a clear answer, which makes it a good fit for the Mood of the Nation Poll - a tool created by the McCourtney Institute for Democracy to produce real insights into how citizens truly feel about American politics and democracy.
Mass shootings such as the one in Las Vegas earlier this fall have highlighted the need for bystanders to learn first aid techniques to stop bleeding.
Crews have begun work on an expansion of the Emergency Department at Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Medical Center that will add 24,000 square feet of clinical and support space by spring 2019.
Penn State is again pursuing the reduction of energy use over the Holiday Break in accordance with Administrative Policy AD64. Faculty and staff may use buildings over the holiday break, but indoor temperatures can be expected to be at 50°F and ventilation systems will be off between Dec. 21, beginning at 5 p.m., and Jan. 2, 2018.
Despite their reputation as being safer than cigarettes, Penn State researchers say a type of cigar called "small" cigars deliver just as much if not more nicotine as cigarettes.
Penn State honored oilfield services leader Schlumberger as its 2017 Corporate Partner of the Year.
The Friends of the Palmer Museum of Art will host their annual Holiday Art and Ornament Sale fundraiser on Dec. 2 at the Palmer Museum of Art. Local artists will be offering ornaments and other works of art for sale throughout the museum’s galleries and lobby.
More than 50 undergraduate students recently participated in the mHealth cross-college engaged scholarship event during Penn State’s annual Global Entrepreneurship Week. Students involved in the mHealth challenge develop a prototype of a mobile application that addresses a health problem for a specific target audience.
The Arboretum at Penn State invites the campus and community to welcome the holiday season at its annual Winter Celebration on Dec. 8.
The Penn State community is mourning the death of Alan Walker, Evan Pugh Professor Emeritus of Anthropology and Biology and one the leading anthropologists and evolutionary biologists of his generation, who passed away on Nov. 20.
A new Penn State University Libraries exhibit, “Academic Libraries Around the World,” will be open through Jan. 15 in Pattee Library, on the University Park campus. The exhibit, celebrating international academic libraries and the field of library science, features visual highlights of academic institutions on every continent except Antarctica, and is free and open to the public.
Penn State President Eric J. Barron has shared the following message with the university community regarding tax reform legislation under consideration in Washington, D.C., and its potential negative impact on the University.
On Nov. 10, the Penn State Board of Trustees selected eight Penn State alumni to receive the Distinguished Alumni Award, the University's highest honor presented to its alumni. The following individuals have been officially notified of their selection by the Board and are invited to accept the award from the University in June 2018.
Delaware County Chapter
Penn State Alumni Association
PO Box 14
Clifton Heights, PA 19018