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Work from Computational Textiles Lab researchers on international display



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Projects developed by Felecia Davis, associate professor of architecture in the College of
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Music Ed Alumni William Oliver ’22 named to 40 under 40 for Excellence in Music Education



Alumni William Oliver '22 named to 40 under 40
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Knochel earns honors for online journal



An online journal guest-edited by Aaron Knochel, associate professor of art education, has been honored by the Council of Editors of Learned Journals (CELJ).
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Stuckeman School to virtually host UK architecture startup co-founders



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The College of Arts and Architecture’s Stuckeman School will host Mollie Claypool and
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Displaced: Composers Who Left Their Homelands Because of Political Turmoil – A faculty recital by Christopher Guzman, piano



Faculty Recital: Displaced: Composers Who Left Their Homelands Because of Political Turmoil - Prof. Christopher Guzman, piano
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2023 African American Music Festival to take place Feb. 1-4 with full slate of events



The 2023 African American Music Festival will take place Feb. 1-4 on the Penn State University Park campus.
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Touch of Blue alum establishes program fund to support majorettes



Beth (’90 HHD) and Bob Christina (’87 HHD) have given $25,000 to establish the Program Fund for the Touch of Blue Majorettes.
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Period instrument Eybler Quartet to perform long-forgotten works by Franz Weiss



The Eybler Quartet, a Toronto period instrument ensemble, will perform two long-forgotten string quartets by 19th-century composer and viola virtuoso Franz Weiss on Jan. 31.
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Exhibit visualizing sustainability research and crises on display this week



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — A Penn State exhibit that highlights the collaboration between the Department of Graphic
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‘The Frederick Douglass Project’ virtual event offered free Feb. 8



Emmy Award-winning actor Keith David will deliver a dramatic reading of a speech by the legendary 19th-century American abolitionist, followed by panel and audience discussion.
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Creating the magic: Theatre alum shares her experience as a Disney Imagineer



Tiffany Anguiano reflects on her experience at Penn State and how it prepared her for her magical career with Walt Disney Imagineering.
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Architecture department head’s exhibit features 35+ years of drawings and models



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Dan Willis, interim department head and professor of architecture in the College of
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Stuckeman School to host landscape architect and educator for virtual lecture



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — The College of Arts and Architecture’s Stuckeman School will remotely welcome Claire Latané,
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‘Year of the Boar’ celebrates a blossoming America Feb. 5 in Eisenhower Auditorium



The event is based on the novel by Bette Bao Lord and adapted for the stage by playwright Mark Branner.
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Architecture professor and recent alum earn international honors for research



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Architecture faculty member Lisa Iulo and recent architecture Ph.D. alumna Elena Vazquez have
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Mwenso and The Shakes to hold free public events starting Jan. 17



Mwenso and The Shakes want to give back to the State College community with a series of free public events, including an ancestral event, a concert and an open jam session.
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New grant looks to biomaterials to reduce construction waste



UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — According to the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, nearly 600 million tons of construction
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Arts and Architecture’s fall 2022 student marshal is first ever from World Campus



Carly Mojica will serve as the fall 2022 student marshal, and is the first ever from Penn State World Campus
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Jan. 21 choir concert to celebrate Dr. Martin Luther King Jr.



Singers from Penn State, local high schools and a historically Black university will celebrate Martin Luther King Jr. in concert on January 21 at Eisenhower Auditorium.
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Ponce de León receives URTA scenic design and technology award



Founded in 1969, the URTA works to ensure the continued renewal of the American theatre by supporting excellence in the professional training of new artists.
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Campus Orchestra presents Fall Concert with Violinist James Lyon as guest soloist



Campus Orchestra presents Fall Concert with Violinist James Lyon as guest soloist.
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Stuckeman School students help local community advocate for design solutions



Landscape architecture class explores options to a PennDOT-proposed highway through the region UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Traffic
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Symphonic Wind Ensemble Fall Concert with Guest Conductor Elizabeth Peterson



Symphonic Wind Ensemble Fall Concert with Guest Conductor Dr. Elizabeth Peterson will be on Thursday, December 1 at 7:30 PM in the Recital Hall, Music Building I.
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Small percentage of globe provides critical natural benefits to most of humanity



Maintaining and conserving a small percentage of land and coastal waters can secure nearly 90 percent of
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