Three community leaders will discuss how best to balance inequalities while building a sustainable city when the Penn State Behrend Sustainability Series hosts "A Community Discussion on Economic Inequality" on Feb. 20.
The School of Science at Penn State Behrend will celebrate the life and work of Charles Darwin, whose theory of evolution through natural selection became the foundation of modern biological science, with a free program on Wednesday, Feb. 12.
Penn State Behrend's next Open House Night in Astronomy will focus on astronaut photography and the "Overview effect" -- the renewed sense of responsibility that comes with seeing Earth from a distance.
In 2019, critics tried to disinvite 37 speakers, including Vice President Mike Pence, according to the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education. That's not a new phenomenon, said Greg Lukianoff, the president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education: In 2000, Old Dominion University tried to block a talk by Mr. Rogers.
Greg Lukianoff, the president of the Foundation for Individual Rights in Education, will discuss speech codes, safe spaces and the "Coddling of the American Mind" during a Feb. 4 Speaker Series program at Penn State Behrend.
Penn State Behrend alumna Tesha Nesbit Arrington gave the commencement address at the college's 2019 fall commencement ceremony, held Dec. 20 in the Junker Center. The college awarded 270 degrees during the program.