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Nichols’ article addresses equity in music education during pandemic



Bryan E. Nichols' article, "Equity in Music Education: Access to Learning During the Pandemic and Beyond," has been published in Music Educators Journal.
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School of Music leans on science to find harmony during pandemic



Faced with unique, unprecedented challenges the School of Music takes a science-based approach to pedagogy during a pandemic.
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College offers full slate of virtual events for fall 2020



We may not be able to safely gather in person right now, but the College of Arts and Architecture is offering a full slate of virtual events and opportunities this fall.
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Student theatrical work reveals personal experience of being Black at Penn State



B.F.A. Acting student Jalen Martin wrote "The Black Boy Who Thought He Had It All" to share his experiences being Black at Penn State.
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Solari and Restall co-author book on Maya



Amara Solari, professor of art history and archaeology, is co-author of "The Maya: A Very Short Introduction," recently published by Oxford University Press.
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Graphic design professor curates two exhibitions this fall



Emily Burns, assistant professor in the Stuckeman School’s Department of Graphic Design, recently curated two art exhibitions this semester.
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Art History awarded Mellon Foundation grant to develop and host Sawyer Seminar



Art History awarded $250,000 Mellon Foundation grant
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Apollo’s Fire delivers sounds of Tuscany in free concert streaming Oct. 8–15



Apollo’s Fire, The Cleveland Baroque Orchestra, makes its debut virtual appearance with the Center for the Performing Arts in free concert streaming Oct. 8-15.
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Penn State Centre Stage Virtual presents fall season



Penn State Centre Stage Virtual will present three projects ranging from a student-created work to a unique cabaret performance, and a workshop of a new performance piece.
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Graphic design’s Russell earns national honor for face mask initiative



Ryan Russell, associate professor of graphic design, was recognized by the University & College Designers Association for the “Mind Your Mask” initiative he launched in March.
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Students launch radio show to safely share new music during pandemic



Members of Living Music, a student-run organization focused on promoting new music, have not let the COVID-19 pandemic squash their plans to launch a radio show on WKPS 90.7.
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Reflection: Geodesign know-how enabled student to thrive during internship



MLA degree and Geodesign certificate candidate Lara Garcia reflects on her internship experience with Esri.
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Alumni launch campaign aimed at assisting underrepresented architecture students



The Architecture Alumni Group has launched a new campaign to raise funds that will assist students with demonstrated financial need in covering the costs of studio materials.
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Penn State Ceramics students, faculty get their hands dirty for Rockefeller Center installation



Ceramics students and faculty recently dug up Central Pennsylvania clay that was used to dye flags displayed at Rockefeller Center.
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Alumna aims to enhance care for victims of sexual assault



Graphic Design alumna, Madison Urich, has developed an organization to aid victims of sexual assault.
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Graphic design professor earns recognition for post-COVID-19 workspace design



Huiwon Lim, assistant professor of graphic design, co-designed a collaborative workspace that was selected as a winner in Work Design magazine’s Next Work Environment Competition.
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College to host virtual Sustainability Symposium Oct. 19–21



The College of Arts and Architecture will host a virtual Sustainability Symposium Oct. 19–21, which will highlight, connect and amplify sustainability research.
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Virtual 5K to benefit Blue Band Legacy Fund



Blue Band alumni may not be able to return to Penn State for Homecoming this year, but they can connect virtually by participating in the ABBA Virtual 5K, Oct. 17–24.
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College continues Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series in 2020–21



The College of Arts and Architecture’s Sustainability Teaching Roundtable Series, launched in 2019–20, will continue with seven sessions during 2020–21.
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SCDC and SEDTAPP collaborate to host virtual symposium on design thinking



The Stuckeman Center for Design Computing is collaborating with the School of Engineering Design, Technology and Professional Programs for its annual Flash Symposium.
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Shepherd opens solo exhibit in New York



Rudy Shepherd's "Calling all Gods" exhibit open through Oct. 16
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College welcomes new faculty



The College of Arts and Architecture welcomes six new faculty members
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Geodesign program launches video series to raise awareness about the discipline



The Geodesign graduate program has launched a series of video shorts aimed at educating people about the discipline and its growing role in solving land-use challenges.
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Penn State Trombone Labor Days offered virtually on holiday weekend



On Sunday, Sept. 6 the School of Music will present virtually its annual Penn State Trombone Labor Days event.
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