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New staff members and a faculty promotion announced

Penn State Lehigh Valley announces nine new staff members and one faculty promotion.
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New experiences in a new country

Penn State Lehigh Valley students provide a friendly face and a common language to some local elementary school students.
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High school students invited to 'Spend a Summer Evening'

Penn State Lehigh Valley is inviting high school juniors, seniors and their parents to “Spend a Summer Evening” at the Center Valley campus to learn about Penn State’s admissions process, financial aid timeline and the more than 160 academic options available.
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Lehigh Valley student killed, another injured in accident at Glen Onoko Falls

A Penn State Lehigh Valley student has died in an accident on May 25 at Glen Onoko Falls in Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania.
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Lecture series continues with 'History and Evolution of Psychology'

Tina Q. Richardson, chancellor of Penn State Lehigh Valley will present the final lecture of the SAGE spring series on June 3.
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Second-grade students get a taste of college life

Beginning last year, each classroom at Roberto Clemente Elementary Charter School was adopted by a local college or university. Penn State Lehigh Valley adopted the second-grade class. A field trip held May 12 was a continuation of this multifaceted partnership.
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Penn State announces fixed-term faculty promotions, effective July 1, 2016

Following is a list of fixed-term faculty promotions at Penn State, effective July 1, 2016.
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Speaker to raise awareness of sexual assault at Penn State Lehigh Valley

Justine Shuey, a board-certified sexologist and certified sexuality educator, will present a program to students about healthy relationships at 12:15 p.m. on Sept. 10 at Penn State Lehigh Valley.
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Distinguished Professor premieres series of poems at Poe Museum

Charles Cantalupo, Distinguished Professor of English, comparative literature and African studies, spent years traveling to and researching the cities where one of America’s all-time greatest writers, Edgar Allan Poe, lived throughout his life. On June 4, he performed for the first time the entire sequence of his poems on where Poe lived, called “Poe in Place.”
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Penn State Poe scholars team up to chair international conference

Lehigh Valley professor Barbara Cantalupo and DuBois Professor Emeritus Richard Kopley are notable Edgar Allan Poe scholars, longtime colleagues and friends. Their most recent collaboration, the fourth International Edgar Allan Poe Conference, was more than two years in the making.