Penn State Shenango’s ninth annual Stamp Out Stigma mental health awareness event is addressing men and mental health awareness in the Black community during a program to be held Wednesday, Oct. 12. The event is designed to bring information, awareness, and personal stories about the importance of caring for one’s mental health to the forefront of the community.
The online program will feature a screening of Soul Science Lab’s film documentary “Creating Make a Joyful Noize,” followed by a real-time question-and-answer session with the duo and film’s creators, Penn State grad Chen Lo and Asante Amin.
The Penn State Shenango Faculty Speakers Bureau officially launched this fall as a community resource. Local school districts can request a Penn State faculty member to be a speaker in their classroom.
Penn State Shenango's Philip Nash, associate professor of history, and Tiffany Petricini, assistant teaching professor of communication and program coordinator of the corporate communication program, both had books published within weeks of one another in March of this year.
As students plan their return to Penn State campuses for the fall 2022 semester, the University continues to provide resources to help individuals stay safe and healthy and prevent the spread of COVID-19.