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David Bish

Bish Joins Campus Faculty in Administration of Justice Program

This comprehensive program provides an education that prepares graduates for a broad spectrum of careers in areas including federal, state, and local law enforcement, corrections, probation and parole services, community crime prevention and treatment services, and private sector security.
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THON Dancers for 2017.

DuBois to send three dancers to THON

Three Penn State DuBois students are preparing to serve as the official campus dancers at THON 2017, set for Feb. 17-19 at the Bryce Jordan Center at University Park. Jake Coalmer, Chanice Britten and Jacob Skubisz will represent the campus at the 46-hour dance marathon that benefits the battle against pediatric cancer.

Golf instruction to be offered at Penn State DuBois

Penn State DuBois will offer two unique instructional courses in golf this spring for those looking to either take up the sport for the first time or for current golfers looking to improve their game.

Youth baseball clinics scheduled for February

Baseball clinics for area youth looking to improve their game over the winter will be hosted by Penn State DuBois coaches and players in February.
Instructor in Mathematics and DuBois Educational Foundation Educator of the Year John Tolle.

Tolle highlights value of education at Penn State DuBois Fall Commencement

Fall commencement ceremonies were held in Hiller Auditorium at Penn State DuBois Thursday evening. The commencement address was offered by Instructor in Mathematics John Tolle. Named the 2016 DuBois Educational Foundation Educator of the Year, Tolle began teaching at Penn State DuBois in 2008 after serving for 12 years as lecturer of mathematics at Carnegie Mellon University in Pittsburgh.
This year's recipients of the PWHU Scholarship.

Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited contributes to scholarship

Members of Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited recently made their annual $3,000 contribution to the organization's scholarship fund at Penn State DuBois. Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited representatives Beth Giese and Marcia Newell also had the chance to meet with scholarship recipients Chelby Sherwood and Alec Baker. Established in 2001, the Pennsylvania Wildlife Habitat Unlimited Scholarship provides financial assistance to outstanding undergraduate students enrolled in the Wildlife Technology program at Penn State DuBois.