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Canstruction to be revealed at fourth annual STEAM Day at Penn State Shenango

Penn State Shenango and the Sharon City School District are partnering to provide a unique experience for the fourth annual STEAM Day on Nov. 19. New to the event this year is the reveal of Canstruction, a canned food structure designed and built by sixth-grade students from Sharon and engineering students at the Shenango campus.
The Bernstine Family

Bernstine family endows Open Doors Scholarship at Penn State Shenango

The Bernstine family has made a $30,000 family contribution to Penn State University to establish the Sam, Pam, Aaron, Ilia and Dierks Bernstine Open Doors Scholarship at the Shenango campus. The donation is part of the University-wide campaign “A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence” and will leverage a 2:1 University match, increasing the fund to $90,000.
A group of students in a large classroom discussing their classroom project.

Shenango faculty introduce interprofessional collaboration to their classrooms

Innovative pedagogy, interdisciplinary cooperation, and an awareness of the changing dynamics of working in the healthcare field, were the impetus behind two Penn State Shenango faculty members in nursing and human development and family studies (HDFS) teaming up to create an interprofessional collaboration between their academic disciplines.
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5K raises over $17,000 for Shenango campus student scholarship fund

The seventh annual Dr. Jane Williams 5K run and 1.5 mile walk had a total of 20 runners and 32 walkers cross the finish line on a warm, humid October morning. The first overall finishers in the 5K run were Chase Waldscmidt from New Castle, Pennsylvania, and Linda Enterline from Jamestown, Pennsylvania. The first overall finishers of the 1.5 mile walk were a mother and son team, Rachel and Vincent Singer from New Wilmington, Pennsylvania.
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Penn State Laureate to speak on 'Art and Politics: The Case of Corrado Cagli'

The problematic and contradictory relationship between the art of Italian painter, sculptor and muralist Corrado Cagli and the fascist government that supported him will be explored in an upcoming presentation by Penn State Laureate John Champagne at 12:15 p.m. on Thurs., Nov. 1 in Penn State Shenango's Lecture Hall room 222/223. The event is free and open to the public.