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Workstations designed for groups and individuals Workstations designed for groups and individuals
2 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — New school and office workspace designs created by a group of Penn State engineering students are intended to allow users to share space and materials while maintaining their own work areas — a dual purpose the researchers say has been neglected. The research began [Read More]
New online tool aids in assessing newborn weight loss New online tool aids in assessing newborn weight loss
3 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
HERSHEY — Using weights obtained from more than 100,000 Northern California babies, a new study is the first to detail the weight loss patterns of exclusively breastfed newborns. The results show that some breastfed babies lose weight faster and for a longer period than was previously [Read More]
Many different factors can trigger holiday depression Many different factors can trigger holiday depression
3 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
HERSHEY — While the holidays are a time of merriment and festivities for many, some people struggle with depression during this time of year. Dr. Erika Saunders, interim chair of psychiatry at Penn State Hershey, said there are some distinct warning signs to watch for. “If [Read More]
Geisinger ranked 18th in top 25 Geisinger ranked 18th in top 25
3 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
DANVILLE — Geisinger Health System has been ranked 18th in the Healthcare Supply Chain Top 25 for 2014 by Gartner, the world’s leading information technology research and advisory company. Geisinger has now made Gartner’s Top 25 list for five consecutive years. The Healthcare [Read More]
'Higher Education in Focus' to celebrate Penn State’s recycling achievements 'Higher Education in Focus' to celebrate Penn State’s recycling achievements
3 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — During the next installment of WPSU-TV’s “Higher Education in Focus,” Penn State President Eric J. Barron, as well as WPSU-TV’s Patty Satalia, will discuss the university’s achievements in recycling and sustainability. The episode will air at 8 [Read More]
Bellefonte student performs at band invitational Bellefonte student performs at band invitational
3 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
BELLEFONTE — Linzy Fetterolf, an oboist with the Bellefonte Area Middle School band, participated in the inaugural Junior High Band Invitational held at Indiana University of Pennsylvania on Nov. 8. Fetterolf performed in ensemble along with nearly100 other students selected from Pennsylvania [Read More]
Technology instructors lauded Technology instructors lauded
3 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — State College School District technology education instructors Bill Hughes, Jeff Seamans, Greg Wilson and Ron Shealer gave the keynote presentation at the Technology Engineering and Education Association of Pennsylvania conference, which was held recently in Camp Hill. Their [Read More]
Penns Valley announces honor roll Penns Valley announces honor roll
4 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
SPRING MILLS — The Penns Valley Junior-Senior High School honor roll for the first nine-week grading period ending Nov. 4 has been announced by secondary principal Dustin Dalton. Students must achieve an unweighted average grade of 80 to 89.999 for regular honor roll and an unweighted average [Read More]
Loy earns retirement income certification Loy earns retirement income certification
4 hours ago - Centre County Gazette
STATE COLLEGE — Judy Loy, president and CEO of Nestlerode and Loy Inc. Investment Advisors, has received designation as a Retirement Income Certified Professional from The American College of Financial Services. Loy, who has been a financial adviser for more than 20 years, pursued this new [Read More]
Vaccination Still Best Way to Avoid the Flu Vaccination Still Best Way to Avoid the Flu
6 hours ago - StateCollege.com - Gazette Staff
Joy and goodwill aren't the only things we start spreading to friends, family, colleagues — even strangers — this time of year. "We get all excited about Ebola and there have been two deaths in this country from it," Weida says. "Yet every year about 15,000 people die from influenza." [Read More]
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