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National Pollinator Week is a time to celebrate the important role that pollinators play in our ecosystem.
Sunny, the great horned owlet, has arrived at the Klingsberg Aviary at Shaver’s Creek Environmental Center with open wings.
During this event, panelists from Procter & Gamble and Penn State shared insights from their personal experiences as members of the AAPI community and provided advice on fostering a sense of belonging.
Thursday, May 18, is Pennsylvania Native Species Day. As it approaches, here are some things that you can do to celebrate!
In celebration of Women’s History Month and the many amazing women who make Penn State Outreach impactful throughout so many communities, we interviewed Patti Doroschenko from the Nittany AI Alliance.
The vision of Penn State Outreach is to engage and empower communities and individuals within the Commonwealth and beyond to become resilient, healthy, sustainable, and innovative. Here is a listing of just a few upcoming sustainability initiatives and events.
We are inspired by Amanda Smith, director of the K-12 Engagement Network for Penn State Outreach. We recently spoke with her about her new position and initiative for K-12 educators.
Our recognition of Women’s History Month and the achievements of women throughout Penn State Outreach continues with our conversation with Brynn Rousselin, Director of the Osher Lifelong Learning Institute (OLLI) at Penn State.
We recently spoke to Katie Marshall, program specialist for the Office of Inclusion, Equity, and Diversity in Penn State Outreach and Online Education, about her role and how she’s making an impact for Women’s History Month and every month.
Jennifer Hooven is the childhood education coordinator at The Arboretum at Penn State and she’s making an impact in our organization and in the lives of community members on a daily basis.