U of G Art Project, Course Part of Canada 150 Celebrations

University of Guelph students have created a contemporary art installation at Beausoleil Island in Georgian Bay Islands National Park as part of a national art initiative celebrating Canada’s 150th. U of G is part of LandMarks2017/Repères2017, which involves a coordinated national curriculum and network of contemporary art projects. Fifteen Canadian …

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Mine surveying equipment featured at Fayette campus

LEMONT FURNACE, Pa. — The Coal and Coke Heritage Center (CCHC) at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus will be featuring a new exhibit on the significance of mine surveying in southwestern Pennsylvania. “Mapping the Mines” provides a glimpse into mine surveying, survey equipment, and how this equipment was used. …

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Staff news – ‘BEEHAVE’ project wins innovation award

A project which helps protect bees has won the 2017 BBSRC Innovator of the Year award for Social Impact.   The computer model BEEHAVE, developed at the University of Exeter and Rothamsted Research, simulates how a honeybee colony will develop and survive in different surroundings.  This model, together with a new …

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DuBois to host 2018 and 2019 USCAA Small College World Series

DUBOIS, Pa. — The United States Collegiate Athletic Association recently announced its 2018 and 2019 baseball and softball national championships will be held in DuBois. The USCAA Small College World Series will be hosted by the USCAA national office in conjunction with the city of DuBois and Penn State DuBois. …

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Schuylkill campus trio conduct environmental research in Costa Rica

A few students from Penn State Schuylkill joined the Penn State CHANCE (Connecting Humans and Nature through Conservation Experiences) team in Costa Rica, conducting research and gathering some incredible images along the way. A blue Razzle sparked the one and only disagreement between Marla Stoner and Alyssa Hatter, best friends …

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University’s chilled water curtailed | Stanford News

Building managers throughout campus are being notified that Stanford facilities officials have instituted a Stage 1 chilled water curtailment for this week because of the unseasonably warm weather. That means comfort cooling is shut down in offices, classrooms, libraries and building spaces considered less critical. In addition, the chilled water …

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Penn State places two entries in top 5 of sports journalism contest

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. — Penn State was the only school to place two entries in the top 10 of the inaugural Associated Press Sports Editors (APSE) Student Sports Journalism Contest. Garrett Ross and Erin McCarthy, who each earned journalism degrees in May, finished third and fourth, respectively, in the national …

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