Professors and Internship Opportunities Prepared ESU Political Science Student for Career in Harrisburg
Lauryn Antoine didn’t become interested in politics until high school when, she said, “It kind of happened progressively—I fell into it.”
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Travel is one of the best ways to expand our perspectives, meet new people, and learn about different cultures.
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ESU’s Community Health Organization, a student club in the department of health studies, sponsored a contest to create a public service announcement
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Four students from ESU’s College of Business and Management competed in the virtual 2021 Pennsylvania Sports Business Conference Case Competition on April 23.
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In the midst of the pandemic that has left so many people feeling isolated, two ESU professors and three students collaborated on designing face shields that can make human contact safer and communications easier.
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The Winter Jam event will be held on Friday, December 4 on Instagram Live, featuring 12 live performances.
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ESU’s Art + Design Department and the Student Art Association held a pumpkin carving contest for students, faculty and staff.
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ESU’s English Department and the College of Arts and Sciences will sponsor the University’s first “Writers Write/Writers Chat” virtual literary reading event with memoirist Grace Talusan, author of The Body Papers, on Monday, November 16 at 4 p.m.
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ESU’s art + design department has announced specific details about two dynamic virtual events that will take place through May 2021 as well as providing a glimpse at other virtual exhibitions planned for the months ahead.
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ESU graduate students in athletic training will be pioneering “the new normal” when they return to campus for two weeks of summer classes, in part to do hands-on lab work in anatomy.
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