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Meningitis Reported in Student Who Visited from West Chester University Meningitis Reported in Student Who Visited from West Chester University
80 weeks ago - StateCollege.com - Laura Nichols
A student who visited Penn State over the weekend was admitted to West Chester Hospital on Sunday with meningococcal meningitis. [Read More]

Lowenfeld Award has special meaning for art education professor Lowenfeld Award has special meaning for art education professor
83 weeks ago - PSU Live
When asked why she would leave the University of Illinois for Penn State after a successful 17-year tenure, Christine Thompson said simply, "Penn State is where art educators come from." Now, after 12 years at Penn State, Thompson, professor of art education, is being honored with the National Art [Read More]

Joyner to remain as athletic director for rest of Erickson's term Joyner to remain as athletic director for rest of Erickson's term
83 weeks ago - PSU Live
Penn State announced today (Jan. 21) that President Rodney Erickson has named David M. Joyner as director of Intercollegiate Athletics through the remainder of Erickson's term of office, at which time a national search will be conducted. "I have confidence in Dr. Joyner and want him to continue as [Read More]

Photos: Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. through community service Photos: Honoring Martin Luther King Jr. through community service
83 weeks ago - PSU Live
More than 270 Penn State students gathered at the HUB-Robeson Center on the University Park campus on the morning of Jan. 21 to take part in the 2013 Martin Luther King Jr. Day of Service, a community outreach event organized by Penn State's MLK commemoration committee. Go to [Read More]

Temperatures expected to be subzero; community urged to bundle up Temperatures expected to be subzero; community urged to bundle up
83 weeks ago - PSU Live
Temperatures in the region and in some parts across the state are expected to dip below zero degrees Fahrenheit tonight and during the early hours of Tuesday (Jan. 22). Penn State faculty, staff and students are urged to be prepared for this extreme cold and to dress appropriately if you must go [Read More]

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