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Friday, June 7, 2019

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Energy 2100: Building the future energy economy

Environmental engineer Bruce Logan has received funding to launch “Energy 2100,” a multi-year initiative to harness Penn State’s vast and wide-ranging activity in the area of renewable energy research to maximize the University’s contributions toward creation of a carbon-neutral global energy economy by the turn of the next century.  Full story

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Academics

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Campus Life

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A participant in the art activity at one of the Palmer's successful Family Day events

Palmer Museum of Art begins summer programming schedule

The Palmer Museum of Art has announced a full slate of programs for June, July and August that will include exhibition openings, Friday gallery talks, Sunday afternoon docent tours and family and youth programs, including Family Day, a teen photo workshop, and new drop-in workshop sessions for art lovers of all ages.  Full story

Administration

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Brent Hales

Hales named director of Penn State Extension

Brent Hales, senior associate dean and chief financial officer of the University of Minnesota Extension, has been named director of Penn State Extension and associate dean in the College of Agricultural Sciences, effective Sept. 3.  Full story

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