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Ecology + Design symposium highlights collaborative problem solving

  In Penn State Events News—Ecology + Design (E+D), a center-in-development that is supported by the Hamer Center, will host its inaugural symposium on Wednesday, Nov. 1, in the Jury Space of the Stuckeman Family Building on Penn State’s University Park campus, featuring talks by nine academic and industry leaders in ecology and design. The […]


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HC|CH Community Partnerships: Pottstown Foundation

For our third of our four-part Community Partnerships Coffee Hour series this fall, we hosted representatives from the Pottstown Area Health & Wellness Foundation to speak about Health, Wellness, and Community. The talk featured Stuckeman School faculty members Mallika Bose and Jawaid Haider who have had a history of collaboration and engagement with the foundation. For information […]


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Iulo and Rahimian Presenting at the Syracuse COE 2017 Symposium

The 17th annual SyracuseCoE Symposium, Water + Energy + Design: Innovations for Healthy, Vibrant Communities features presentations by keynote speakers, Faculty Fellows, and collaborating researchers that target innovations in water, energy and design for healthy, vibrant communities. SyracuseCoE Faculty Fellows lead multidisciplinary research teams that conduct targeted research in clean and renewable energy, indoor environmental quality, and […]


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“Bad Water Rising”: Species in Pennsylvania affected by climate change. Artist and researcher: Lacey Goldberg

“Bad Water Rising” is a hydrophobic medium art installation in downtown State College that focuses on local Pennsylvania species that are likely to be affected by climate change and water quality concerns. The art is invisible until it is revealed by the rain, which symbolizes this change. This work is a collaboration between the Hamer […]



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