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.”
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.
Sometimes when Danny Forster finds himself suspended hundreds of feet in the air or wedged beside a stone crusher a hundred feet below ground, he wonders why he hadn't focused more while earning his masters degree in architecture.
Heather White has testified before Congress, briefed top Congressional staff members, and even worked on a presidential campaign. Now the nationally-recognized campaign strategist brings her environmental law prowess to Penn State Erie, The Behrend College.