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Release Date: Jul 17 2014

Stephen Sobotta has been named director of information technology for the College of Arts and Architecture, effective July 1. Sobotta brings executive-level management experience and strong skills in strategic leadership and project management in...

Release Date: Jul 16 2014

Most Penn State students may be gone for the summer, but the classrooms, studios and rehearsal halls of the College of Arts and Architecture are still bustling—with high school students. During the week of July 13, the college is hosting three...

Release Date: Jul 15 2014

It has been a goal-smashing year in raising funds “for the future.” When Penn State’s seven-year fundraising campaign, For the Future: The Campaign for Penn State Students, ended on June 30, the University had exceeded its $2...

Release Date: Jul 15 2014

Eric Sanders ('95 B.S, percussion) has served on the faculty of the Atlanta Institute of Music and Media (AIMM) since 2009. A percussion student named Jason Barnes enrolled at the school in 2013, functioning without a right forearm and hand...

Release Date: Jul 15 2014

Congratulations to Norman Spivey, who became the president of the National Association of Teachers of Singing (NATS) on July 9, 2014. Founded in 1944, NATS is the largest professional association of teachers of singing in the world with more than 7,...

Release Date: Jul 14 2014

Going from a New York City ghetto to an Ivy League law school to a quirky florist shop, it’s obvious Brinie Wallace gets around. And pumps up her résumé in the process. The incoming junior in the B.F.A. Musical Theatre program has gained...

Release Date: Jul 14 2014

Kelleann Foster, RLA, ASLA, Penn State Landscape Architecture faculty member since 1989, has been appointed director of the Stuckeman School of Architecture and Landscape Architecture and associate dean of the College of Arts and Architecture at the...

Release Date: Jul 11 2014

The Penn State School of Visual Arts' alumni exhibition, W.here We Are, is currently on display at the Edwin W. Zoller Gallery through Saturday, July 12. Please join us for the closing reception on July 12, 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. in the gallery....

Release Date: Jul 08 2014

Ivan Hodge (’98 B.M.) was a featured violinist on the PBS special, A Capitol Fourth, performing with recent American Idol winner, Phillip Phillips. Hodge is an elementary string teacher in Prince William County, Virginia, and a...

Release Date: Jul 02 2014

The School of Music is pleased to announce a new program, open to junior and senior music majors, graduate students in music, and PPC students. The Classical Music Student Ambassador Program is based on the principle of “students engaging...

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