Personality Key for Medical School Students, Study Finds

Personality tests could help predict success for medical school applicants, according to a study co-authored by a University of Guelph professor. The study found that personality is a better indicator of success in clinical rotations than either grades or the MCAT, the standard medical school entrance exam. Scoring high in …

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Sabres, Penguins set for preseason clash at Pegula Ice Arena

UNIVERSITY PARK, Pa. – Penn State and the Pegula Ice Arena will host their second National Hockey League pre-season game, with the Buffalo Sabres and the reigning two-time Stanley Cup Champion Pittsburgh Penguins slated to clash in Hockey Valley at 7 p.m. Sept. 19. “The opportunity to once again host …

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Penn State Beaver hires new accounting faculty member

MONACA, Pa. — Baizhou Chen, a certified public account with extensive professional and teaching experience, will join the Penn State Beaver faculty as an instructor in accounting this fall. Chen has been teaching in the business and accounting department at the University of Minnesota since 2011, where he serves as …

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Parking Office to have special hours June 25

To assist students arriving for summer session II, the Parking Office will be open from 11 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Sunday, June 25. Students can visit the Parking Office to pick up summer student parking permits, or to get more information on other transportation-related programs and services, including biking, …

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The experience of coming out as a gay male athlete.

Homosexuality, along with homophobia, homonegativism, and hetcrosexism are key areas of concern that currently control behaviors and norms within sports (Elfman, 2007). Homophobia is a prejudice, fear, aversion, or discrimination toward homosexuals (Sue & Sue, 2003). Homonegativism deals with negative intellectual, moral, or emotional actions and attitudes toward homosexuals …

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