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  • 11/24: COVID-19 dashboard updated with results from departure, weekend testing November 24, 2020
    Penn State has updated its public COVID-19 dashboard with the University's on-demand testing and random testing results from tests administered during the period of Nov. 20 to 22, as well as new University testing results from the prior week. As of Nov. 23 at University Park, there are 348 active student cases, up from 318 […]
  • Sara Thorndike named senior vice president for Finance and Business November 24, 2020
    Sara Thorndike, vice chancellor for administration and finance and chief financial officer at East Carolina University, has been named Penn State’s new senior vice president for Finance and Business/treasurer, effective Jan. 18, pending final approval of the Penn State Board of Trustees Subcommittee on Compensation.
  • Resources available as University shifts to remote instruction November 19, 2020
    With Penn State’s courses transitioning to remote delivery and students living on campuses departing their residences by Nov. 20, the University is reminding its community of available resources and guidance — including testing — for the remainder of the fall semester and calendar year.
  • How does the Nov. 17 Pennsylvania Department of Health order impact my travel? November 18, 2020
    The Pennsylvania Department of Health on Nov. 17 identified new mitigation strategies the state is taking to slow the spread of COVID-19, including heightened masking and travel requirements. All faculty, staff, students and parents should familiarize themselves with the state's order before traveling.
  • COVID-related unemployment hits people of color, women and older workers hardest November 18, 2020
    Job losses resulting from the coronavirus pandemic have affected wide swaths of the population, but workers in some demographic groups and industry sectors have been hit harder than others, according to "COVID-19 and Pennsylvania’s Economy," a series of reports compiled by researchers in Penn State's Center for Economic and Community Development.
  • Transportation Services and CATA to implement service changes beginning Nov. 23 November 18, 2020
    With students away from campus between the week of Thanksgiving and the start of the spring semester, Transportation Services and CATA will implement service changes beginning Monday, Nov. 23.
  • 16-year-old cosmic mystery solved, revealing stellar missing link November 18, 2020
    Astronomers may have finally cracked the case of the unusual blob of gas that has mystified researchers for more than 16 years, called the Blue Ring Nebula. An international team that includes Penn State scientists suggests that the nebula is likely composed of debris from two stars that collided and merged into a single star.
  • Remote work to continue throughout spring semester, where possible November 17, 2020
    Penn State is directing all employees who have been working from home during the fall semester to continue doing so following the transition to remote learning on Nov. 20 and throughout the upcoming spring semester, if not notified by their supervisors of the need to return to onsite work. This decision aligns with Gov. Tom […]
  • 11/17: COVID-19 dashboard updated with preliminary results from weekend testing November 17, 2020
    Penn State has updated its public COVID-19 dashboard with the University's on-demand testing and random testing results from tests administered during the period of Nov. 13 to 15, as well as new University testing results from the prior week. As of Nov. 16 at University Park, there are 273 active student cases, down from 319 […]
  • Things to Do at Penn State: Nov. 18-Dec. 3 November 17, 2020
    The final "Together, Alone" faculty concert, a peek behind how the Palmer Museum of Arts creates its exhibits and a rescheduled performance by Delfeayo Marsalis and the Uptown Jazz Orchestra are among the cultural highlights at Penn State over the next two weeks.

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