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Barbara Reinard, assistant teaching professor, offered the commencement address.

Penn State DuBois celebrates fall commencement

Fall 2018 graduates from Penn State DuBois made their official transition from students to alumni during fall commencement ceremonies held Thursday evening, Dec. 13, in the campus gymnasium. Chancellor M. Scott McBride presided over the ceremony, with Professor of Chemistry Arshad Khan serving as faculty marshal. Barbara Reinard, assistant teaching professor and winner of the 2017-18 DuBois Educational Foundation Educator of the Year Award, offered the commencement address.
Insturctor Marla Ball.

Sign Language courses teach individuals to ‘listen with their eyes’

This spring, in addition to the 10-week introductory class, Penn State DuBois will also offer a six-week intermediate class for those who would like to increase their sign language skills or have specific needs for their job. Marla Jo Ball is the instructor for both classes being held in DuBois. They are both Act 48 approved for continuing education credits.
Richard Kopley

Professor emeritus 'centers' new book on examining literary patterns

Building upon his long career in literary research and education at Penn State DuBois, Richard Kopley, distinguished professor of English emeritus, has spent his time in retirement breaking new ground in the study of literature. His latest book, “The Formal Center in Literature: Explorations from Poe to the Present,” examines previously undiscovered and undiscussed structures in composition that are used by some of recent history’s most notable authors in various works.

Faculty member to share economics expertise on BBC program

Penn State DuBois’ Associate Professor of Economics Evelyn Wamboye has been invited by the British Broadcasting Corporation to share her expertise on economic issues in Africa. She will take part in a broadcast interview to be aired Dec. 5, for the BBC’s “Focus on Africa” radio program, to discuss how African countries can create employment for their booming populations.

Giving Tuesday at Penn State DuBois raises nearly $3,000 for Future Fund

Giving Tuesday at Penn State DuBois raised nearly $3,000 to support the Penn State DuBois Future Fund. Gifts from alumni, friends, faculty and staff, as well as a $1,000 match from Chancellor M. Scott McBride, all contributed to the total.