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Students of all faiths finding religious
According to Kenneth Clarke, director of the Center for Ethics and Religious Affairs, there is a revived amount of interest in religion on campuses nationwide that is being reflected at the University.
New interfaith center planned for
Eisenhower Chapel, the cornerstone of spiritual activity on the University Park campus, is about to get bigger. Spurred by a $1 million gift from Joe and Sue Paterno, a new interfaith spiritual center is being planned as an addition to Eisenhower, which was built in 1956 and expanded in 1976 with private funds.
World Campus update given to Faculty
Launched in January, Penn State's World Campus is now offering programs in turfgrass management and noise control engineering to online students both across the United States and outside its borders, the University Faculty Senate learned at its March 3 meeting.
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