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 9/2/2014Kutztown University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Deidgre Green of Philadelphia is working for the state Department of Revenue as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014Indiana University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Erin Serre of Lilly is working for the state Department of Public Welfare as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Carla Fuentes Rodda of Harrisburg is working in the office of state Sen. Vincent Hughes, D-Philadelphia, as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014California University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Evan Riccardo of Carlisle is working for the Center for Rural Pennsylvania as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014Bloomsburg University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Nechole Hill-Perry of Harrisburg is working for the state Department of Corrections as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014Clarion University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Prince Matthews of Pittsburgh is working in the Senate Democratic Research Office as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014East Stroudsburg University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Leah Majdic of Mountain Top is working for the state Department of Environmental Protection as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014Kutztown University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Alexa Korber of Bernville is working for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014Lock Haven University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Sharina Jimenez of Allentown is working for the Pennsylvania Department of State as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014Millersville University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Rebecca Graves of Mount Joy is working for the Pennsylvania Historical and Museum Commission as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 9/2/2014West Chester University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Emily Eyster of Harrisburg is working for the Pennsylvania Department of State as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 8/29/2014Shippensburg University of Pennsylvania student attends The Harrisburg Internship SemesterNew
​Mary Eichelberger of York is working for the state Department of Aging as part of a 15-week internship sponsored by the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education.
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 8/18/2014Campus ‘move-in’ days scheduled as summer fades
Face it. Summer’s almost over. You can sense it on college campuses, which are getting ready to welcome back students for the start of another new academic year. For the most part, freshmen will be the first to arrive on campus en masse during “move-in” days, which are scheduled this week at all 14 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities. Classes start next Monday, Aug. 25.
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 8/13/2014Representatives from State System, APSCUF meet for first time to begin negotiations on new contract
​Representatives from the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education and the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties met today to begin negotiations toward a new collective bargaining agreement.
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 7/30/2014Chancellor Brogan issues statement on degree program alignment at State System universities
The 14 Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities are continuing their efforts to better align academic program offerings with the changing demands of students and the Commonwealth. As new academic programs emerge to meet those demands, less viable programs might be identified for reorganization or closure, which could affect some faculty and staff positions. ​
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 7/21/2014State System faculty studying ways to build a faster boat, battle Alzheimer’s disease and boost classroom learning
​West Chester University of Pennsylvania professor Frank Fish would seem to be aptly named for his line of work. The “morphobiologist” is part of a research team that is studying how dolphins, whales and other sea creatures swim to see if they can figure out a way to make boats go faster. He is among a large number of State System of Higher Education university faculty involved in high-level research this summer, funded by groups such as the National Science Foundation, the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention and NASA, along with a variety of state and federal agencies. Many are involving their students in their projects, providing them with hands-on learning opportunities that will help kick start their eventual careers.
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 9/29/2003National City Bank offers scholarships to State System students
​National City Bank of Pennsylvania has donated $400,000 to the Fund for the Advancement of the State System of Higher Education Inc. to provide 40 scholarships over the next two years to qualified students attending Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities.
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 9/10/1999STATE SYSTEM REJECTS BINDING ARBITRATION, SEEKS CONTINUED BARGAINING
​The State System of Higher Education today rejected a proposal by the union representing its approximately 5,500 faculty to submit to binding arbitration to achieve a new contract.
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 9/17/1999STATE SYSTEM SEEKS CONTRACT EXTENSION PENDING OUTCOME OF APSCUF LAWSUIT
​The State System of Higher Education has asked its faculty union to agree to a contract extension pending the outcome of a lawsuit filed in Commonwealth Court earlier this week by the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF).
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 8/28/2003Chancellor announces management wage freeze for 2003-04
​In response to current fiscal difficulties facing the Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education, Chancellor Judy G. Hample today announced a wage freeze for the 2003-04 fiscal year for all State System executives, administrators and managers.
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 8/30/2001CHANCELLOR HAMPLE PLANS 14-CAMPUS TOUR
​Chancellor Judy G. Hample has planned a formal tour of each of the 14 State System of Higher Education campuses for this fall. Next week, she will visit Clarion and Edinboro Universities of Pennsylvania.
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 8/25/1999STATE SYSTEM AGAIN SEEKS CONTRACT EXTENSION WITH FACULTY, PROMISES PAY RAISES WILL BE RETROACTIVE
​In another attempt to reassure students and their families that classes at the 14 state-owned universities will not be interrupted this Fall, the State System of Higher Education has repeated its offer to extend the terms of the recently expired contract with the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) through Dec. 31.
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 8/22/2000STATE SYSTEM, UNIVERSITY ADMINISTRATORS REACH TENTATIVE AGREEMENT ON NEW FOUR-YEAR CONTRACT
​The State System of Higher Education and State College and University Professional Association (SCUPA) have reached a tentative agreement on a new four-year contract.
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 8/9/2000STATE SYSTEM RECEIVES NATIONAL SCIENCE FOUNDATION GRANT TO IMPROVE TEACHING OF SCIENCE AND MATH
​The 14 State System of Higher Education universities will team up with the National Science Foundation (NSF) to help improve the teaching of science and mathematics in Pennsylvania classrooms. The NSF will provide $1 million annually for up to five years to fund the multi-pronged effort.
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 10/7/2003Cheyney University of Pennsylvania president announces retirement
​Cheyney University of Pennsylvania President W. Clinton Pettus announced today he will step down from the presidency, effective December 31. Dr. Pettus informed Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education Chancellor Judy G. Hample and Cheyney University Council of Trustees’ Chairman Robert Bogle last month of his intentions to retire to pursue other interests.
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 10/4/2000STATE SYSTEM’S OUTSTANDING DONORS, VOLUNTEERS TO BE RECOGNIZED WITH EBERLY MEDALS
​The Fund for the Advancement of the State System of Higher Education, Inc., plans to recognize more than 30 individuals, corporations and foundations for their outstanding contributions to the State System of Higher Education.
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 9/23/2000STUDENT LEADERS RECOGNIZED BY PA COMMONWEALTH SECRETARY, CHANCELLOR FOR VOTER REGISTRATION DRIVE
​With election day a little more than six weeks away, student leaders from the 14 State System of Higher Education universities have helped register nearly 5,000 new voters on their campuses.
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 10/4/2001Board approves master’s degree program for middle school teachers
​The State System of Higher Education’s Board of Governors has approved a new master of science degree program in middle level education certification to be offered by Cheyney University of Pennsylvania.
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 9/13/2003Union Demands Would Grow State System Budget Shortfall
​While Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education universities struggle with a combined $40 million budget shortfall, faculty leaders of the Association of Pennsylvania State College and University Faculties (APSCUF) are meeting today in Monroeville to decide whether to seek approval for a strike if their salary and other new contract demands are not met.
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 10/2/2000YAZDI NAMED VICE CHANCELLOR FOR INFORMATION TECHNOLOGY
​Khalil Yazdi of Zelienople has been named vice chancellor for information technology in the Office of the Chancellor of the State System of Higher Education.
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