With goals to enable access to education, engage students, and foster and embrace a diverse world, the Penn State Equity Pedagogy Network works to support and enhance the racial equity work of faculty, staff and administrators across Penn State by developing a community for resource-sharing, collaborative inquiry and reflective practice.
From safe road to exoplanet discovery, Institute for Computational and Data Sciences seed grants are designed to help scientists use the latest computational technology and cutting-edge data science techniques to deepen understanding and develop innovation across fields and disciplines.
Penn State has announced plans to transition its masking and physical distancing requirements on June 28 to more closely align with changes recently announced by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and the Pennsylvania Department of Health that relax COVID-19 restrictions for fully vaccinated individuals.
Marissa Nicosia, assistant professor of Renaissance literature at Penn State Abington, has received a highly competitive National Endowment for the Humanities grant for her research and writing toward a book examining the intertextual links among domestic writing, food culture and early modern English poetry.
Penn State Abington's latest graduating class chose Ann Martinelli, associate teaching professor of elementary and early childhood education, for the Ross Brinkert Lion Heart Award, named for a late, beloved faculty member.