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John Champagne to speak at Penn State Shenango in November.

John Champagne, professor of English at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, and 2018 Penn State Laureate.

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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.
Joe Battista to speak at Penn State Shenango on November 7.

Author of 'The Power of Pragmatic Passion' to present at Shenango

Joe Battista, author, professional speaker, and success coach, will speak at 5:30 p.m. on Wednesday, Nov. 7, in the Penn State Shenango Auditorium in downtown Sharon. He will discuss and provide insight into his new book, "The Power of Pragmatic Passion: 7 Common Sense Principles for Achieving Personal & Professional Success." The event is free and open to the public.
Joe Battista to speak at Penn State Shenango on November 7.

Joe Battista to speak at Penn State Shenango on November 7.

Joe Battista, inspirational speaker and author of "The Power of Pragmatic Passion" to present at Penn State Shenango.

Two young girls working on a project in a Penn State Shenango classroom in 2017.

Girl Scouts invited to spend day on local college campus to earn badges

Join college professors and student organizations at Penn State Shenango for its fourth annual Girl Scout event from 9 a.m. to 2 p.m. Nov. 3 in the campus’s Great Hall located in Sharon Hall on Penn Avenue in downtown Sharon. All levels of Scouts (Junior, Cadette, Senior, and Ambassador) have two sessions to choose from, which will be filled on a first-come, first-served basis.
Two young girls working on a project in a Penn State Shenango classroom in 2017.

Caption: Girl Scouts from Mercer learning about oil spills at the 2017 Girl Scout program at Penn State Shenango.

Girl Scouts from Mercer learning about oil spills at the 2017 Girl Scout program at Penn State Shenango.

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Students discuss the "We Are Project" during a PSU-8 Freshman Seminar course

Penn State Shenango freshman, Larry Ransom from Youngstown, Ohio, speaks to his classmates about the "We Are Project" during a PSU-8 Freshman Seminar course.

Penn State Shenango freshman, Larry Ransom from Youngstown, Ohio, speaks to his classmates about the "We Are Project" during a PSU-8 Freshman Seminar course.

Students discuss the "We Are Project" during a PSU-8 Freshman Seminar course

Penn State Shenango freshman Larry Ransom, of Youngstown, Ohio, speaks to his classmates about the "We Are Project" during a PSU-8 Freshman Seminar course.

Penn State Shenango freshman, Larry Ransom from Youngstown, Ohio, speaks to his classmates about the "We Are Project" during a PSU-8 Freshman Seminar course.

'We Are Project' integrated into Shenango's freshman seminar course

The Penn State Shenango Advising Office continues to look for ideas that support its mission of inclusion. This past summer, a colorful Instagram post shared by Student Orientation and Transition Programs at the University Park campus caught the attention of staff in the Advising Office and sparked their interest to pursue another new initiative, which they included as part of their PSU-8 Freshman Seminar course.
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Dr. Jamie Marich

Dr. Jamie Marich, Penn State Shenango's 2018 Stamp Out Stigma keynote speaker.

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