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Penn State represented at Fringe Festival Penn State represented at Fringe Festival
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
When the curtain goes up at the New York International Fringe Festival (FringeNYC) on Aug. 12, Penn State alumnus Dahn Hiuni will be ready. His play, "Murmurs & Incantations," will be one of only about a dozen full-length plays featured at the festival. [Read More]
Palmer Museum of Art director Muhlert to retire Palmer Museum of Art director Muhlert to retire
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
During the past 20 years, the Palmer Museum of Art has added 4,000 objects to its collection, undergone a renovation that resulted in a new 3,100-square-foot gallery and expanded its outreach programming to include music performances and poetry readings. [Read More]
Intern adapts to lengthy commute for NYC opportunity Intern adapts to lengthy commute for NYC opportunity
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
More than 130 miles separate Reading, Pennsylvania, and New York City. To drive that distance takes about two and a half hours. [Read More]
New therapy often successful at controlling tics New therapy often successful at controlling tics
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
When Dr. Laura Duda goes into an elementary school classroom, she can usually spot one or two children who have a tic — a rapid, involuntary movement or sound such as sniffing, blinking their eyes or scrunching their faces. [Read More]
Diabetes challenges and inspires family members, study finds Diabetes challenges and inspires family members, study finds
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
Better outcomes may be possible if family members receive support to help their loved ones with diabetes, according to the DAWN2 study, with analysis led by a Penn State College of Medicine researcher. [Read More]
Geisinger joins initiative to increase screening rates Geisinger joins initiative to increase screening rates
3 days ago - Centre County Gazette
If a routine procedure could save your life, wouldn’t you want it done? Colorectal cancer is the second leading cause of cancer deaths, yet it’s highly preventable and detectable. [Read More]
PSU to help advance global nuclear power safety PSU to help advance global nuclear power safety
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
A new center at Penn State is bringing together experts from across the university in an effort to enhance the safety performance of existing nuclear power plants and promote safety design features for future advanced reactors in the United States and around the globe. [Read More]
PSU students turn spring social justice course into successful venture PSU students turn spring social justice course into successful venture
1 week ago - Centre County Gazette
The inaugural D.C. Social Justice Fellowship — a new course that provides Penn State students with the skill set necessary for leadership in educational equity and social justice — proved a success and prompted a request for a repeat performance. [Read More]
World War I art showcased at Palmer Museum World War I art showcased at Palmer Museum
2 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
American Art in the Shadow of World War I, a new exhibition on view at the Palmer Museum of Art through Aug. 7, presents a diverse array of works from the permanent collection, including patriotic posters and photographs that capture aspects of the conflict. [Read More]
Educating parents on healthy sleep habits may prevent obesity Educating parents on healthy sleep habits may prevent obesity
3 weeks ago - Centre County Gazette
Teaching parents bedtime techniques to encourage healthy sleep habits in their infants may help prevent obesity, according to Penn State College of Medicine researchers. Strong links exist between inadequate sleep and childhood obesity. [Read More]
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