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Valerie Schrader accepts a communications award

Schuylkill students, faculty present at statewide communication conference

Penn State Schuylkill was well represented at the 2022 Pennsylvania Communication Association conference held Sept. 30 to Oct. 2. Two students and two faculty members shared original research at the conference that was held at East Stroudsburg University.  Penn State Schuylkill has been developing a presence at PCA over the last few years, and the campus is slated to host the PCA conference in 2024.
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Photo submission for new Penn State id+ cards now active

Penn State students, faculty and staff with older versions of the id+ card are being asked to submit new photos ahead of re-carding events that will be held University-wide during the spring 2023 semester. There are multiple ways to submit a photo, and photos will be accepted from Nov. 7 through Nov. 23.

2022 assessment grants awarded to three faculty members

The Office of Planning, Assessment, and Institutional Research and the Schreyer Institute for Teaching Excellence have announced the recipients of the 2022 assessment grants. Assessment grants provide funding for activities that support academic learning outcomes assessment at Penn State, including assessment activities and action plans developed as a result of prior assessment findings.
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201 promoted teaching, research and clinical faculty celebrated at event

University leaders praised the critical role of faculty with teaching, research and clinical appointments at an Oct. 14 event that celebrated their recent promotions with their families and supporters. Speaking at Robb Hall in the Hintz Family Alumni Center, Penn State President Neeli Bendapudi said the University’s core missions would not be possible without non-tenure-line faculty. 
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Co-Op Stories: Ava Clauser gains international accounting experience, locally

Ava Clauser is a second-year Penn State Schuylkill student majoring in business in the accounting option. Clauser is also a Penn State Schuylkill Co-Op participant who interned this summer with Cardinal Systems Inc., a manufacturer of swimming pool and spa systems serving the United States and Canada. During her internship, Clauser learned what it means to work in accounting for a company that operates locally and internationally.
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Penn State Schuylkill athletics earn 2021-22 Champions of Character designation

The National Association of Intercollegiate Athletics conference has designated Penn State Schuylkill as a Champions of Character Five-Star Institution in the silver category for the 2021-22 academic year. The organization also awarded more than a dozen student-athletes its Scholar Athletes award, and seven of Penn State Schuylkill’s 11 athletics teams received the conference’s Scholar Team award.
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Co-Op Stories: Quon Banks diversifies skill set to expand opportunities

Third-year student Quon Banks is majoring in health policy and administration, a relatively new field of study that is increasingly critical in the modern health care landscape. In this co-op story, Banks explains how his internship with Reed Tech helped him understand the importance of being happy with his career choice.