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Dr. John Champagne

Penn State Laureate to present 'Art and Politics' on Sept. 25

John Champagne, Penn State Laureate, will visit Penn State Schuylkill to deliver a presentation regarding artists' role during times of political distress. Champagne uses the contradictory relationship between Italian artist Corrado Cagli and the fascist government that supported him as a starting point for engaging his audience in a discussion of the responsibility of the artist in times of political unrest.
STEM Saturday students perch themselves on Penn State Schuylkill's lion bench

Penn State Schuylkill hosts STEM Saturday

Penn State Schuylkill hosts students from Intermediate Unit 29 in the seventh annual STEM Saturday, inspiring a passion for science and creating fun in mathematics.
Eileen Kuperavage

Penn State Schuylkill names new director of development

Eileen Kuperavage comes from Penn State Hazleton to join the Penn State Schuylkill Office of Development team.
Class of 2022

Penn State Schuylkill 2018 convocation calls together incoming class

Penn State Schuylkill faculty and staff welcome the incoming class of 2022 at the 2018 convocation.
Michael Gallis assists middle schoolers who are trying on VR headsets.

New course gives students the power to create VR worlds

A new class at being offered this fall at Penn State Lehigh Valley and Penn State Schuylkill is a video gamer's dream — or just the perfect thing if you have ever wanted to design your own virtual realm.
Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History features a virus close-up (on the microscopic level!) for their "Outbreak" exhibit.

Penn State Schuylkill to host new Smithsonian exhibit, 'Outbreak'

Penn State Schuylkill will host the new Smithsonian Exhibit, “Outbreak: Epidemics in a Connected World,” for a three-month period beginning Oct. 1. The Smithsonian’s exhibit exploring the origins of zoonotic disease and humans’ role in spreading animal-borne viruses will be available for a three-year period.

Cooper named station commander at Penn State Schuylkill

Sgt. Ken Cooper has been named station commander of University Police at Penn State Schuylkill.