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Assessment Workshops scheduled for Feb. 12 and 17

2.3.2016 Penn State Altoona's office of Academic Affairs will host a series of assessment workshops for faculty....

A Hand in Everything

2.2.2016 There are some people in this life who have an unquenchable need to succeed. People who have their hands in every committee, activity, and organization available to them and who thrive on the hustle. ...

Hard Freight Cafe Open Mic set for March 1

2.1.2016 Hard Freight Café, an open mic event, will be held Tuesday, March 1, 2016, at 7 p.m. in the Titelman Study of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts. Attendees are invited to read or perform...

Hard Freight Submission Deadline March 1

2.1.2016 The deadline for Spring 2016 submissions to Hard Freight, Penn State Altoona’s online student literary magazine, is Tuesday, March 1 at midnight. Up to three entries per student in the categories of...

PHOTOS: Arabic 2 students welcome Penn Mont

2.1.2016 Students in Arabic 2, instructed by Imene Belhassen, hosted Penn Mont Academy children in class Jan. 25 and 27....

McNicholas featured on BBC's "The Why Factor"

2.1.2016 Mark McNicholas, associate professor of history, is a featured interviewee in an episode of the BBC World Service's "The Why Factor" with Mike Williams....

Black pens article for "The Conversation"

2.1.2016 An article written by Professor of History and Environmental Studies Brian Black, has been published in "The Conversation."...

Brian Black speaks at University of Pennsylvania forum, "Carbon History and Post-Carbon Futures"

2.1.2016 Brian Black, professor of history and environmental studies, recently served as an invited speaker at "Carbon History and Post-Carbon Futures," a roundtable discussion at the University of P...

PHOTOS: Language and Culture Chat

1.28.2016 Penn State Altoona's English program presented the first in its series of Language and Culture Chats on Thursday, Jan. 28, 2016 in the Titelman Study of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing...

Elizabeth Kennedy to give African American Read-In Keynote Presentation

1.28.2016 Landscape architect Elizabeth Kennedy will give the keynote address for the African American Read-In Monday, Feb. 15 at noon in the Titelman Study of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts....


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Dr. Brian C. Black

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