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Todd Davis' "Winterkill" reviewed in Green Mountains Review, Basalt, and BookMark

7.11.2016 Todd Davis' most recent book of poems, "Winterkill," was reviewed recently in the Green Mountains Review and in the journal Basalt. Those reviews can be read at www.eou.edu/basalt/201...

Jabbeh Wesley's poetry featured in concert and in print

6.28.2016 A poem written by Associate Professor of English Patricia Jabbeh Wesley was read during a Music for Liberia concert held June 14 in London. The concert, "Break the Silence With Sound: Chamber Mus...

Performing Arts Open House set for Aug. 24

6.20.2016 Penn State Altoona will host a Performing Arts Open House on Wednesday, August 24, 2016, from 5 - 6 p.m. in the Titelman Study of the Misciagna Family Center for Performing Arts....

Black travels to China as distinguished scholar

6.20.2016 Brian Black, professor of history and environmental studies, will travel to Beijing, China, to deliver the invited lecture "Energizing Environmental History" at the conference Riches of Natu...

Alum wins magazine's first poetry chapbook contest

6.3.2016 As the winner of "Structo Magazine's" first poetry chapbook contest, Penn State Altoona alumna Christina Seymour has had her chapbook, "Flowers Around Your Soft Throat," publi...

Penn State Altoona offers works of Joe Servello

5.25.2016 An exhibition of work selected from Penn State Altoona's permanent collection by local artist Joe Servello will run June 9 – September 4, 2016, in the McLanahan Gallery of the Misciagna Family ...

There's Something Happening Here: Remembering the Viet Nam Era at Penn State through Story and Song

5.25.2016 In commemoration of the fiftieth anniversary of the Vietnam War, WPSU will take part in a national dialogue Sunday, June 12 at 8 p.m. by offering television and radio programming that explores through...

Black travels to Sweden for conference presentations

5.25.2016 Brian Black, professor of history and environmental studies, recently gave two lectures in Sweden. Black presented "The Landscape of Technological Failure: The Culture of Crude after the 2010 Gul...

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....


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