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NSF awards Penn State $500,000 for research commercialization efforts NSF awards Penn State $500,000 for research commercialization efforts
6 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
In 2015, Penn State President Eric Barron launched Invent Penn State to accelerate the transfer of university innovations into the marketplace in order to drive economic development, job creation and student career success. The National Science Foundation is supporting Penn State’s goal of taking [Read More]
ADRI offering dancing, yoga classes ADRI offering dancing, yoga classes
7 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
The Arts & Design Research Incubator is hosting "Dancing Mindfulness" and "Yoga and Meditation" workshops led by ADRI embedded researcher Elisha Clark Halpin, associate professor and associate director for instruction in the School of Theatre. Dancing Mindfulness, being held from 5:30 to 6:30 p [Read More]
Sneak Peak Sneak Peak
7 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Eric Brian Robinson Jr. and Jordon Cooper, MFA actors in Penn State's School of Theatre, rehearsed a scene from the Penn State Centre Stage presentation of "Your Blues Ain't Sweet Like Mine." The play runs Sept. 6 through 13 at the Penn State Downtown Theatre. Penn State Centre Stage is the [Read More]
Penn State pilot program for hemp research is yielding production insights Penn State pilot program for hemp research is yielding production insights
7 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Hemp is hip again in Pennsylvania, and researchers in Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences are among a select group tasked with exploring the potential economic benefits to the commonwealth of this important — yet maligned — crop. [Read More]
Penn State DuBois hosting manufacturing workshops Penn State DuBois hosting manufacturing workshops
7 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Penn State DuBois Outreach is offering two technical workshops that aid those employed in the manufacturing industry. "Production Part Approval Process" is scheduled for Wednesday, Sept. 7, and "Potential Failure Mode and Effects Analysis" is set for Wednesday, Oct. 11. Each will be held from [Read More]
ADRI to kick off fall 'Dialogues' series ADRI to kick off fall 'Dialogues' series
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
UNIVERSITY PARK — Mark B. Stephens, professor in the Penn State College of Medicine, will kick off the 2017-18 Arts and Design Research Incubator lunchtime “Dialogues” series Tuesday, Aug. 29, with “We Wear the Mask: Art and Identity Formation in Higher Education.” He [Read More]
University Park students offered 15 percent off CPA tickets University Park students offered 15 percent off CPA tickets
8 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
From 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Wednesday, Aug. 30, at Eisenhower Auditorium, Penn State students can save an additional 15 percent on already-discounted tickets for Center for the Performing Arts' performances. A grant from the University Park Student Fee Board makes the discount possible. [Read More]
Four Diamonds Mini-THON raises $6.4 million in 2016-17 Four Diamonds Mini-THON raises $6.4 million in 2016-17
10 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
As Four Diamonds Mini-THON enters its 25th year of helping families in the fight against childhood cancer, the program is celebrating the success of students, teachers and the community in raising $29.5 million over the last quarter century. [Read More]
Grounding technique may improve health outcomes of babies in NICU Grounding technique may improve health outcomes of babies in NICU
10 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Penn State News   HERSHEY — A technique called electrical grounding may moderate preterm infants’ electromagnetic exposure in the neonatal intensive care unit and improve their health outcomes, according to Penn State College of [Read More]
PSU Arts and Architecture launches searchable photo archive PSU Arts and Architecture launches searchable photo archive
11 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
After three years of planning and design, the College of Arts and Architecture has launched a public, searchable photo archive of images from within the college. The online photo archive, Arts and Architecture Resource Collaborative, is the product of a partnership among the College of Arts and Arch [Read More]
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