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Learn why sustainability is so important to our environment

Penn State Shenango will continue its 2016-17 Faculty Lecture Series with Tamrya d’Artenay, instructor in biology, at noon on Thursday, April 20, in Room 105 of Sharon Hall. The title of her lecture is “Why You Should Care About Sustainability Everyday—Not Just on Earth Day.” The event is free and open to the public.
Students pose after Marketing Competition at Penn State Shenango

2017 Penn State Shenango Marketing Competition

Tom Robert, executive director of HopeCAT, left, with students from e-Academy at LindenPointe, Lakeview High School and Farrell High School. 

Students pose after Marketing Competition at Penn State Shenango

HopeCAT is focus of Penn State Shenango marketing competition

Penn State Shenango held its second annual Marketing Competition on April 1 at the campus. The event was held in collaboration with the Hope Center for Arts and Technology (HopeCAT). Local high school teams from the e-Academy at LindenPointe, Farrell and Lakeview participated to create and present the best integrated marketing plan to recruit high school students for HopeCAT’s after-school Youth Arts training program as it expands throughout the region.

Penn State professor and laureate to speak on creative problem-solving

Penn State Professor and Laureate Rebecca Strzelec will be presenting a talk, “Art + Engineering = Creative Problem Solving,” at 12:10 p.m. on March 22, in Penn State Shenango’s Sharon Hall, room 105. This event is free and open to the public.
Naitive Mayan students with Shenango campus student during alternative spring break trip

Naitive Mayan children listen to a story in their new library by past Shenango student Sarah Brockett

Possibly the best part of building a new library for children in San Pedro Columbia, Belize was getting to share the joy of learning with the village children.

Naitive Mayan students with Shenango campus student during alternative spring break trip

ASB trip gives students opportunity to learn beyond the classroom

Several Penn State Shenango students and two staff members will spend this year's spring break in Belize as part of the campus' Alternative Spring Break. This will be the second time that Shenango students have visited Belize to help the native Mayan citizens.
A posed picture of student Ashley Balas with other stunt people at Stunt Predators

Ashley Balas works out during a training session at Stunt Predators

Penn State Shenango student Ashley Balas works out during a training session at Stunt Predators.

A posed picture of student Ashley Balas with other stunt people at Stunt Predators

Student Ashley Balas dreams of becoming stunt woman

Every girl has a dream of what she wants to be when she grows up — a dancer, teacher, nurse, doctor. Becoming a stunt woman, however, never crossed Ashley Balas’ young mind, although from the time she could walk, she was energetic, and, according to her mother, “ready to take on the world.”
A posed picture of student Ashley Balas with other stunt people at Stunt Predators

Ashley Balas works out during a training session at Stunt Predators

Penn State Shenango Ashley Balas works out with members of Stunt Predators during a training session.

A posed picture of student Ashley Balas with other stunt people at Stunt Predators

Student Ashley Balas dreams of becoming stunt woman

Ashley Balas, a non-traditional student at Penn State Shenango, enjoys learning and working hard to some day become a pharmaceutical representative. However, it is the thrill of stunt work and acting that really keeps her life fulfilled.

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