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Transcript: Sandusky who claimed to be a family man and to put his wife first will go to prison as a sexual predator. (Author) Tyler Brandenburg Discrimination of Penn State By Howard Bryant The only way to correct this discrimination is for people to understand it was one man who did this, and not the whole school. This article ties to the book Stargirl because it only takes one person to screw everything up. In the book Stargirl, that one person was Hilary. The school is also being called names and judged wrong just like a lot of people did to Susan. (Date Found) (Website Name) (Title) November 26, 2012 The coach Jerry Sandusky has put a lot of shame on Penn State University. The players had to leave, and the team could not go to any bowl games for four years. The football team is discriminated against, because of him. Everybody thinks that the school is a homo sexual school but they are not. That one person ruined it for a lot of student athletes and coaches. Most people think of Penn State in a sexual, nasty way. This was not the players fault nor schools. My opinion on the article is that this should not happen in a Division One School. I thought the article gave good information on the situation. I feel very bad for the multiple athletes who had to go to different schools because scholarships were canceled. June 23, 2012 A lot of the players left because they didn't want to be a part of the conflict. Penn state also had to decline some of there scholarships. (Date Published) Joe Paterno was fired and held responsible for the situation. The other student athletes stayed with pride in their school and were NOT going to leave now. Jerry Sandusky, Penn State Shame I did this topic because I like football and still like Penn State as a team. This article goes against my beliefs and goes against the law. I cant really relate to the players that lost their scholarships but I know it must be devastating. I also feel bad for the school because they get discriminated against for what had happened there.

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Transcript: Penn State pennsylvania state College,City Population Size: Over 6,000. winter: low:45f summer:high: 100f Four Year/Two Year: Both Public/Private: Public Coed: Tennis, Indoor and Outdoor soccer, badmint, flag football, cross country, and golf degrees offered:•B.A. in American Studies B.A. in Applied Psychology B.S. in Biology B.S. in Business B.A. in Communication Arts & Sciences B.S. in Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology B.S. in Childhood and Early Adolescent Education - Elementary Education Teaching Option (PK-4) B.S. in Elementary & Kindergarten Education - Elementary Education Teaching Option (K-6) B.A. in Global Studies B.S. in Information Sciences & Technology B.S. in Kinesiology B.S. in Organizational Leadership B.A. in Professional Writing B.S. in Science B.S. in Security and Risk Analysis B.A. in Theatre Admission Requirements:4 English, 3 Math, 3 Science, 2 foreign language, and 3 Social Studies. Student Body Aademic departments:Undergraduate Schedule of Courses Academic Calendar Academic Programs & Majors Degree Program Summary Undergraduate Degree Programs Bulletin Intercollege Programs Schreyer Honors College Summer Sessions --> Graduate Schedule of Courses Graduate Student Calendar Graduate Degree Programs Bulletin Graduate Minors by College Programs of Study Medical Education Academic Programs Graduate Education & Training Executive Programs The Smeal College of Business Administration Continuing Education Courses & Programs Program Development Distance Education Course Catalog Programs Emergency Preparedness Legal Education Academics Prospective Students University Office of Global Programs International Students Study Abroad Programs Visiting International Scholars Faculty Fulbright Program Faculty and Staff Resources Community Information Program & Course Descriptions Associate Degree Baccalaureate Degree Graduate Degree Other Academic Sites Big Ten Schools Big Ten Schools Indiana University Michigan State University Northwestern University Ohio State University Purdue University University of Illinois University of Iowa University of Michigan University of Minnesota University of Wisconsin Other Institutions & Organizations Other Institutions & Organizations Committee on Institutional Cooperation (CIC) International Partnerships and Academic Programs Office of Post-Secondary Education, U.S. Dept. of Education The Science Coalition First-year Undergraduates Private Institutions Tuition: Public Institutions Tuition: In-district: $14,412.00 $14,412.00 In-state (out-of-district): $14,412.00 $14,412.00 Out-of-state: $26,276.00 $26,276.00 Nonresident Alien Tuition: $26,276.00 $26,276.00 Required Fees: $838.00 $838.00 Room and Board: (on-campus) $9,030.00 $9,030.00 Room Only: (on-campus) $4,540.00 $4,540.00 Board Only: (on-campus meal plan) $4,490.00 $4,490.00 The Founded Date: 1855 The Largest Of The Campus's Is University Park. Dickinson School Of Law Of Penn. State Was Founded In 1834 Ranked Amoung The Top 15 Universities Nationally. School Mascot: Nattnay Lion. School Colors: Navy Blue And White. PENN STATE ALMA MATER For the Glory of Old StateFor her founders strong and great.For the future that we wait,Raise the song, raise the song. Sing our love and loyalty,Sing our hopes that bright and freeRest, O Mother, dear with theeAll with thee, all with thee. When we stood at childhood’s gate,Shapeless in the hands of fate,Thou didst mold us dear old StateDear Old State, dear old State. May no act of ours bring shameTo one heart that loves thy name,May our lives but swell thy fame,Dear old State, dear old State. 2008 Penn State Was Ranked 11th Among U.S. Univestities In Research Income One Of The Top Intercollegiate Athletic Programs In The Nation Photo credits: 'horizon' by pierreyves @ flickr Links: History An Example: An Example: Did You Know? Academic Departments It Was One Of The First Schools To Insist On Intergration In Athletics Here is something small... Financial Aid COSTS: Misc. Over 80% of our students receive some sort of financial aid assistance each year. We are committed to helping individuals and families identify all possible 30 Type Of School For More Information 30 Here is something small... Student Body: 42,914

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Transcript: Cade Slack College Research Presentation College contact info College Contact Information- Pennsylvania State University, The University Park campus is centrally located at the junction of Interstate 99 and U.S. Route 322, and is due south of Interstate 80, 1 (814) 865-4700, Click to edit text How To Contact Penn State Requirements to Get Into Penn State Undergrad Admissions Info SAT- 1250-1430 ACT- 28-32 GPA- 3.6-3.9 Obviously they will look at your required credits and the credits that you graduated with and how many after school activities you participated in but mostly it's those 3 things. Penn State Stats Stats Student Faculty ratio: 16:1 Number of undergrads: 76,700 Acceptance Rate: 56.4% Retention rate: 93.00% Degree Of Interest Degree of interest I'm interested in getting a Criminal justice degree, there are a lot of minors that go along with that degree. Residents of Pennsylvania pay an annual total price of $36,344 to attend Penn State Main Campus on a full time basis. This fee is comprised of $17,416 for tuition, $11,280 room and board, $1,840 for books and supplies and $1,020 for other fees. For out of state it's about $51,572. Tuition Tuition Info you're required to live on campus freshman year and than you set up an housing option in which you can chose to live there or not. there is a dining hall and fast food places around campus. Housing Room and board options there are many activities and sports just some include football bingo nights and more there are movie theaters off campus. student life Student Life

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Transcript: “Student involvement refers to the amount of physical and psychological energy that the student devotes to the academic experience” (Astin, 1984, p. 297). Involvement is an active term and is behavioral in meaning. It is not what an individual thinks or feels, but what they do or how they behave. Students on college campuses rely on events and activities as an integral part of their college experience (Spaziano, 1994). Student activities significantly affect the social, emotional, physical, and mental development of college students. Extracurricular activities affect the all-around development of college students. Student organizations host a majority of the events taking place on campus and these events bring liability concerns (Dunkel & Schuh, 1998). Diversity 101 What does diversity mean and why does it matter? This workshop will discuss the meaning of diversity and explore the spectrum of diversities that exist. Participants will also identify the relevance of their own cultural identities and leave with an enhanced understanding of how to embrace diversity in order to work more effectiviely across difference. Exploring Whiteness: Power and Privilege This workshop explores the dynamics of power and privilege, its effect on others and society, and ways we can change our behavior in becoming better allies to alleviate barries. Diversity 201 Diversity 201 allows particiapnts to enhance their knowledge of cultural and personal identity and intersectionality. Diversity 201 is a workshop signed to expound upon topics in Diversity 101. It is encouraged for participants to attend Diversity 101 before participating in this workshop. LGBTQA+ Awareness In an effort to increase awareness for the LGBTQA+ community, this workshop designed to educate students on terminology, pronouns, heteronormative privilige and inclusive practices in support of the LGBTQA+ community. Intent vs. Impact This workshop will provide participants with an awareness and understanding of the ways biased (concious and uncouncious) statements and practices unciously and conciously communicate derogatory or hurtful messages to individuals. DreamZone Ally Training This workshop will provide participants with the relevant knowledge, skills, and resources that will help them better understand and support students who are undocumented. Intercultural Communication This workshop explores the factors contributing to effective communication in an intercultural context. The workshop discuess topics as ethnocentrism, cultural perceptions, values and beliefs, language and meaning, and non-verbal factors. Student Activism-Foundational Skills This workshop teaches you how to get invovled and make a difference in your local elections and governance. This training gives you the nuts and bolts tools needed to hold your elected leaders accountable. Debriefing Funding & Space Students divide into small groups to discuss organizational goals and discuss implememation strategies Observers scrutinze the dialogue and comment throughout the discussion. A Framework to Foster Diversity at Penn State: 2010-15. (n.d.). Retrieved February 25, 2017, from Individual A speaker or staff member lectures on topics related to diversity relevant to the student-group Methods to Promote Diversity and Inclusion in Student Orgs. The facilitator asks questions to guide the discussion and invites comment from observers "All in Penn State" Program Listening to students' concerns Town Hall Meetings Building Action Items Student Organization Awards Collaboration with Paul Robeson Cultural Center Student Organization Co-Sponsorship Funding Student Affairs EDGE Program Student Affairs Strategic Plan Learning Outcomes Ex: Intercultural Development & Leadership and Active Citizenship Online Workshops about Multiculturism In addition to RSO Diversity Trainings, the Student Org. Advisory Committee will help with... Race/Ethnicity: Strangers In A Ballpit (Thursday) An interactive program on The Mall that allows students to discuss topics such as mental health, social justice, diversity, civility and inclusiveness. They are also offered as a safe venue for students to talk to each other and open up and make friends at welcome weeks or student socials. Empowerment Theory Participants engage in dialogue within the 'fish bowl' as observers watch from outside the fish bowl PROMPT: Student Activities coordinate programming and promote interaction between student groups. Programs include heritage month, film screenings, Dine & Dialogue, and cultural celebrations. Penn State CommUNITY Week High Risk Activities Example of a Diversity Training Session for Student Orgs. Student Activities and Student Org. Advisory Committee conduct surveys regarding student satisfaction with programming and training opportunities. Total Undergraduate Enrollment: 70,680 Diversity 101 Diversity 201 Intent vs. Impact Student Activism LGBTQA+ Awareness Intercultural Communication DreamZone Ally

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