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Penn State Laureate brings ‘FaceAge’ exhibit to Behrend Wednesday

Andrew Belser, a professor of movement, voice and acting, is the 2017-2018 Laureate and director and producer of “FaceAge,” an immersive, three-screen multimedia exhibit that showcases the interactions between young adults and aging individuals. He will visit Penn State Behrend on Wednesday, April 18.
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Behrend astronomy program to focus on Mars and Venus

The key differences between Mars and Venus will be part of Darren Williams’ topic of discussion on April 19, when Open House Night in Astronomy returns to Penn State Behrend. Williams, a professor of astronomy and astrophysics at the college, will explain what is known about each world and what remains uncertain.
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Revitalizing the Rust Belt

The Public Policy Fund at Penn State Behrend will launch with two days of programming, including lessons from redevelopment in Detroit’s urban core.
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Lessons from Detroit

A two-day forum about the revitalization of Detroit will launch the Public Policy Fund at Penn State Behrend. The fund is a community resource that will provide research-based policy solutions for leaders in Erie and similar communities.
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Psychology Colloquium Series to discuss 'The Diverse Experiences of Gay Fathers'

Samantha Tornello, assistant professor of human development and family studies at Penn State’s University Park campus, will discuss “The Diverse Experiences of Gay Fathers” when the Colloquium Series in Psychological Sciences and Human Behavior returns to Penn State Behrend.
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Penn State Behrend professor to discuss dangers of cults

Nicole Shoenberger, an assistant professor of sociology at Penn State Behrend, will discuss the dangers of cults during the college’s next presentation of the Colloquium Series in Psychological Sciences and Human Behavior.
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Global Entrepreneurship Week at Penn State Behrend

Penn State Behrend will host two days of programming for Global Entrepreneurship Week. Don Morrison, former president of American Eagle Outfitters, will be the keynote speaker.

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HBO Director of Photography and CBS Screenwriter to visit Penn State Behrend

Harun Mehmedinovic, director of photography for HBO, and Gavin Heffernan, a filmmaker and screenwriter for National Geographic, CBS and USA Today, will discuss SKYGLOW, their ongoing crowdfunding project which explores light pollution, when they visit Penn State Behrend on Monday, Nov. 13.
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Lecture to focus on the science of smoking

Matthew Weaver, assistant professor of psychology at Mercyhurst University, will discuss the dual-reinforcement model for nicotine and how that affects why people smoke when he visits Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, on Nov. 7 for the next presentation of the Colloquium Series in Psychological Sciences and Human Behavior.

Presidential ideologies to be examined during Penn State Behrend lecture

Presidential ideologies will be explored Monday, Oct. 30, when the lecture “Bush, Obama, and Trump on the Reformation and the Mission of America” highlights the return of the Institute on the American Dream Series to Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

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