Weekend ceremonies honor December and January graduates; culinary academy receives million-dollar state grant; partnership produces new music ensemble; and more
Young writers build many skills as they spin interactive tales through the Digital Story Game Project, developed by Mike Sell, English professor, and Rachel Schiera, a master’s and doctoral graduate. Learn more in “Engaging Young Writers with Digital Story Games,” from the Innovators video series.
Ragia Hassan, a student in the Curriculum and Instruction doctoral program, published a chapter in Arabic in the book Disability on the importance of language proficiency among deaf and hard-of-hearing students in Qatar.
The Academy of Culinary Arts has received a million-dollar state grant to help fund a new hub in downtown Punxsutawney. With this facility, the academy expects to accommodate an additional 50 to 70 full-time students annually.
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