“Journey to Inclusion: Voting Rights in America”

The University Libraries exhibit “Journey to Inclusion: Voting Rights in America” in the Diversity Studies Room, 203 Pattee Library, on display through July 6, 2016, reflects on nearly 240 years of voting rights history in the United States.

The exhibit highlights a very small sampling of the rich and varied resources on U.S. voting rights, citizenship, immigration, government, history, sociology, politics, and law available through the University Libraries.


Palmer Museum of Art: Docent Choice Tour

Stop by the Palmer Museum of Art on Sundays this summer and spend an afternoon in the galleries with a docent-guided tour.
Tours begin at 2:00 p.m. in the Christoffers Lobby and last approximately 45 minutes.
Each tour will be unique and led by a different docent, focusing on their particular area of interest.
Light refreshments will be served afterward and all ages are welcome.
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Pulitzer Prize Finalist Composition Commissioned by Capitol Quartet

Carter Pann’s saxophone quartet composition titled The Mechanics: Six From the Shop Floor was named as one of three finalists for the 2016 Pulitzer Prize in music. The work was commissioned by the Capitol Quartet, which includes Penn State faculty member David Stambler, with financial assistance from The Margot Music Fund. The composition can be heard on the quartet’s most recent recording, Balance, produced by Blue Griffin Recordings.

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The Penn State Seminar in Art Education: 50 Years of Transdisciplinary Inquiry, Practice, and Possibilities

When:  Apr 01, 2016 09:00 AM to  Apr 03, 2016 05:00 PM

The Penn State Seminar in Art Education: 50 Years of Transdisciplinary Inquiry, Practice, and Possibilities

Organized by B. Stephen Carpenter, II (Art Education), Christine Marmé Thompson(Art Education), Mary Ann Stankiewicz (Art Education), Dana Carlisle Kletchka (Art Education and Curator of Education, Palmer Museum of Art)

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