School of Humanities

November 12: Sonic Escape Performs in The Logan Series

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Sonic Escape will perform in the Logan Series when it returns to Behrend on Wednesday, Nov. 12.What do you get when you take three Juilliard graduates, equip them with a flute, violin and cello, and throw in some wicked dance moves and honest candor?

Daredevils with instruments. Or, to be more precise, Sonic Escape, the next performers in Music at Noon: The Logan Series at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

October 23: "Trans 101" Presentation with Helen Boyd

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Helen Boyd will discuss transgender issues on Thursday, Oct. 23, at Penn State Behrend.For more than a decade, Helen Boyd has been a leader and advocate when it comes to transgender issues. She voices her opinions through her blog as well as her memoirs, “My Husband Betty” and “She’s Not the Man I Married.”

December 12: YPC Erie to Perform 'Wondrous Love'

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The Young People's Chorus of Erie will perform their annual winter concert on Friday, December 12.

Love, like snow, the cold and mistletoe, is synonymous with the holiday season.

The Young People’s Chorus of Erie hopes to emphasize that love this winter through “Wondrous Love,” this year’s holiday concert from northwest Pennsylvania’s only comprehensive youth choral music program.

Jill Kambs, M.A.

Lecturer in Art History and Photography (part-time)
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#3 CH Annex 1
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(814) 898 6420

Evan Ringle, M.F.A.

Lecturer in English
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#9 CH Annex 2
Phone: 
(814) 898 6555

October 30: WQLN Radio Collegiate Challenge Broadcast

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On Thursday, October 30, WQLN FM, Erie’s public radio station, will broadcast from the Reed Union Building as part of its annual Collegiate Challenge fundraiser.

October 13: Dr. Meredith Bashaw to Discuss Animal Welfare

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Zoos often make for a pleasant atmosphere for visitors, but what about for their actual inhabitants — the animals?

That’s the question that Meredith Bashaw, associate professor of psychology at Franklin & Marshall College, attempts to answer daily through her animal welfare science research. Bashaw, one the world's foremost experts on captive giraffe behavior, will discuss her research when the Colloquium Series in Psychological Sciences and Human Behavior returns to Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.

$500K Gift Boosts Film Studies at Penn State Behrend

A $500,000 gift commitment from the Samuel P. Black Family Fund of the Erie Community Foundation will support film studies at Penn State Behrend by providing access to high-end cameras, lighting kits and editing software, among other equipment.

October 9: John Minichillo Reading

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John Minichillo will read from the Snow Whale when the Creative Writers Reading Series resumes on October 9.Even our most classic stories can benefit from a facelift. John Minichillo proves that.

Minichillo’s novel, The Snow Whale, is a comedic, contemporary retelling of Moby Dick. It still features the various metaphors for life that made Moby Dick a classic, but there’s a twist.

October 6: East of the River Performs in the Logan Series

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East of the River will perform Monday, Oct. 6, in Music at Noon: The Logan Series at Penn State Behrend.East of the River will bring its haunting and virtuosic melodies from the traditional repertoires of the Balkans, Armenia, and the Middle East, as well as classical repertory from medieval Europe, to Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, on Monday, October 6.