University is Y2K ready
Penn State is ready for the year 2000 computer bug, or Y2K -- and while the University may have a few problems associated with Y2K, the problems will be minor and manageable due to preparations that began more than a decade ago, according to University officials.
Growth in research programs reported
Penn State research activities and the benefits these programs bring to the Commonwealth showed continued growth in fiscal year 1998-99, according to Robert Killoren, assistant vice president for research and director of sponsored programs.
Commonwealth College plans first
Full-time faculty from all 12 Commonwealth College campuses will gather at The Penn Stater Conference Center Hotel on Nov. 19 and 20 for the college's first-ever all-faculty meeting. For a status report on the Commonwealth College, click here.
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