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Penn State Altoona to show works of Susan Marie Brundage

5.18.2016 "Dawn of a New Day," an exhibition of work by faculty artist Susan Marie Brundage, will run June 9 - September 4, 2016, in the Sheetz Gallery of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Ar...

Jabbeh Wesley's work featured in several journals

5.16.2016 Patricia Jabbeh Wesley, associate professor of English, has had several of her literary works published in journals across the country....

Murphy's poem in "Women's Studies Quarterly"

5.10.2016 A poem by Erin Murphy, professor of English, has been published in "Women's Studies Quarterly."...

Murphy's new anthology featured in "Essay Daily"

5.5.2016 A new anthology co-edited by Erin Murphy, professor of English, is featured in "Essay Daily," an online journal that focuses on creative nonfiction....

Spring 2016 issue of "Hard Freight" published

5.4.2016 The student editors of "Hard Freight," Penn State Altoona's literary magazine, announce the publication of the spring 2016 issue. Included are poems, stories, essays, visual art, and wo...

PHOTOS: Todd Davis receives Meling Award

5.3.2016 Professor of English Todd Davis received the Kjell Meling Award for Distinction in the Arts and Humanities Thursday, April 28 during a ceremony in the Edith Davis Eve Memorial Chapel. He offered a lec...

PHOTO: Ivyside Dance Ensemble spring 2016 performance

5.3.2016 Penn State Altoona's student dance company presented six new and repertory pieces choreographed by faculty members KT Huckabee and Caitlin Osborne April 28-29, in the Wolf Kuhn Theatre of the Mis...

Recent grad to meet with current students Apr. 29

4.29.2016 Jeff Stuby, a 2012 Penn State Altoona graduate with degrees in political science and history will speak to current students on Friday, April 29, 2016 at 1 p.m. in room 143 of the Hawthorn Building....

Zolten is featured speaker at Knoxville Stomp

4.21.2016 Jerry Zolten, author, musician, and associate professor of communication arts and sciences, will be a featured speaker at the Knoxville Stomp, happening May 5-8 in Knoxville, Tennessee. In his pres...

Black is keynote speaker at conference about humanity's impact on the Earth

4.20.2016 Brian Black, professor of history and environmental studies, recently served as the invited keynote speaker at the conference Explaining the Anthropocene (To Each Other) a Conversation Across the Disc...

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Dr. Brian C. Black

Division Head, Professorof History and Environmental Studies
Arts and Humanities

Office: 102 Elm Building
Phone: 814-949-5244

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