The twenty-fifth season of Music at Noon: The Logan Series at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College opens with The Cavani Quartet, the quartet-in-residence at the Cleveland Institute of Music, on Tuesday, September 16.
From butterflies to earthworms, every creature has meaning for poet Robert Michael Pyle. As a naturalist and lepidopterist, Pyle makes a point to emphasize nature in his creative works, and it’s a frequent theme in Evolution of the Genus Iris, Pyle’s first full-length book of poems.
For years, author Heather A. Slomski ’03 and her husband, Vincent Reusch, an author and associate professor of creative writing at Concordia College, have read each other’s work.
They each offer the other honest critiques and suggestions.
But now, the two get to share their work with another family member: 19-month-old son Oscar.
A new PBS series about a research team that uses laser technology to examine key archeological sites, including the Egyptian pyramids, features the work of Leigh-Ann Bedal, associate professor of anthropology at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.
Bedal appears in the final episode of “Time Scanners,” a three-part series that originally aired on the National Geographic channel. She discusses her work at a unique garden and pool complex in the ancient Jordanian city of Petra, which once was part of the Nabataean kingdom.
The Political Science program at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College, invites applications for a one-year lecturer in the fields of international relations and comparative politics beginning August 2014. Penn State Behrend offers a political science major and minor, as well as a minor in international studies. Applicants should be able to teach a variety of courses in international relations, comparative politics and government courses.
The Young People’s Chorus of Erie will hold its annual Summer Choir Camp on Monday, August 4 through Friday, August 8.
The camp, which will be held at the Episcopal Cathedral of St. Paul, 134 West Seventh Street, focuses on developing singers’ voices through interactive workshops and expert instruction. The day camp is open to all children, ages 7 to 13, and it meets from 9:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. with morning drop-off at 8:30 a.m.