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Bob Stickloon sits next to a painting in his home studio.

Robert Stickloon's Artistic Journey

When you walk into Penn State Schuylkill’s Classroom Building, you expect to see classrooms and computers, technology and biology labs. What you would not expect to see is an art studio. However, that is exactly what you see walking into C-206. Lining the wall, you will find current student projects involving color theory and international symbols, including peace signs and the Deathly Hallows symbol from the Harry Potter series.

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.

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