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Dr. Cantalupo with student in his Schuylkill office

Dr. Cantalupo with student in his Schuylkill office

Dr. Cantalupo with student in his Schuylkill office

Dr. Cantalupo with student in his Schuylkill office

For Schuylkill's Charles Cantalupo, travel informs his writing, teaching

Charles Cantalupo explains how a sense of place informs his work, both in the classroom and in his literature.
Michael Gallis, associate professor of physics at Penn State Schuylkill, uses his video animations to assist students with learning the fundamentals of physics.

Hundreds of videos, millions of views, one professor

Professor in Classroom, Community and Cyberspace
Michael Gallis

Hundreds of videos, millions of views, one professor

Michael Gallis, associate professor of physics at Penn State Schuylkill, creates interactive animations for teaching physics and astronomy.
Dr. Cantalupo sits in his eclectic office speaking to a student

One Place Does Not Exclude the Other

Place is important to Dr. Charles Cantalupo's life and work.
Stan Aungst with Travis Richner (left) and Dan Supko (right.)

IST professor, veteran planning to retire, but not slow down

From serving in Vietnam at age 19 to earning his doctorate at 52, Stan Aungst's life has played out differently than he initially planned.
Office for General Education Seed Grant Logo

Office for General Education announces Integrative Studies Seed Grant awards

The Integrative Studies Seed Grant Program, offered through the Penn State Office for General Education, will support 71 different course development projects this summer. In response to the large volume of highly qualified proposals, the budget was generously increased by more than 50 percent by the Office of the Provost and the Office of Undergraduate Education.
Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers

Engineers receive $1.2M to examine conjugated polymers for flexible electronics

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $1.2M in funding to three Penn State chemical engineering researchers for a proposal which aims to identify the key polymeric properties of conjugated polymers used to develop flexible electronics.
Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers to develop applications for flexible electronics

Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers

Enrique Gomez, Ralph Colby and Scott Milner are working to design the molecular structures of conducting polymers for applications in flexible electronics. The work is focused on predicting fundamental polymeric properties, such as the stiffness of the polymer chain and other physical and chemical properties.

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