David T. Wilson,
Alvin H. Clemens professor of entrepreneurial studies, reviews some information
before the start of his class in the Thomas Auditorium on the University
Park campus. Wilson is co-teaching a marketing and logistics class with
Andrew Bergstein, instructor in marketing, and Robert A. Novack, associate
professor of business logistics, in the new, high-tech classroom.
Class notes are
projected on a 22-by-28-foot
screen, split to project two images, enabling even those in the back of
the classroom to see them with ease. This is just one of the technological
enhancements built into the auditorium in Thomas Building on the University
This artist's rendering shows the proposed family housing units for West Campus.
support specialist in the College of Arts and Architecture, readies the
entrance to the new photo show, "History Past, History Present: The Daguerreotype
Portrait in America." This exhibit will be on display through May 20.
For a list of additional exhibits taking place at the Palmer Museum of
Art, check the Web at
Learning the ropes
Kris Edson, center,
shows Mark Trautman, left, how to tie a specific knot by practicing on
a bike rack behind Old Main while Ryan Greeley waits, right. The old elm
in the background is being removed. The bare area will then be the site
of a new planting in the spring.
Hammer and chisel
of Greenland Masonry works
installing a new wall and hand rail on the North Side of Eisenhower Auditorium
on the University Park campus.
Photo: Greg Grieco
This ground view rendering of the new Information Sciences and Technology Building shows how it would look as viewed from Noll Lab and Burrowes Road.
David Shapiro, professor
of economics, demography and women's studies, has co-authored a study
on the declining fertility rates in rural and urban sub-Saharan Africa.
Marching to remember
State College Mayor
Bill Welch, right, joined
President Graham B. Spanier in leading the Civil Rights Commemorative
March on the University Park campus Jan. 17. The march started at Old
Main, seen in the background, and ended at the HUB-Robeson Center. It
was one of several activities held University-wide last week in honor
of Martin Luther King Jr.