Raeann Sleith, a junior majoring in both business and psychology, returned to campus after studying abroad in Vienna, Austria. While abroad, Sleith traveled extensively and experienced a once-in-a-lifetime opportunity.
Penn State Greater Allegheny has been recognized as a Pennsylvania National Guard Association (PNGAS) ‘Guard Friendly’ school. Greater Allegheny is the only four-year institution in Allegheny County to be recognized.
More than 50 scholars, artists, students, alumni and community activists gathered to engage with individuals who personally or professionally understand the complexities of the ‘black experience’ in America as Penn State Greater Allegheny hosted a Black Male Symposium on Oct. 26.
Penn State Greater Allegheny held its signature program, the Crossing Bridges Summit on Oct. 25, in the Wunderley Gymnasium. Guests watched as the African American Male Mentoring Program was renamed to honor James B. Stewart and the late W. Terrell Jones. Attendees also experienced an in-depth conversation between Cornel West and Johnathan White, addressing the power of love, justice and peace.
Sue Klebold -- mother of Dylan Klebold, one of the two gunmen responsible for the Columbine High Schools shootings -- will speak from 7 to 8:30 p.m. Wednesday, Oct. 2, in the Wunderley Gymnasium at Penn State Greater Allegheny.
Hope in the face of despair, this is what Monique Mead believes is at the heart of Beethoven's Violin Concerto. Join Penn State Greater Allegheny for this unique performance and the stories that inspired it.
Penn State Greater Allegheny student Tommi Barnes will soon move to University Park, but not before making a splash in the Pittsburgh Opera’s education unit. Barnes is extending the opera’s outreach around the tri-state area.