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Oral history interview with Hon. Anne Legendre Armstrong (1927-2008)

About the interview : Anne Armstrong discusses her experience in Washington as Co-chairman of the Republican National Committee and service as a Counselor to the President in the Nixon White…

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GenAI - Description of activity using GenAI

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GenAI - Advice for faculty

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2023 Mini-Medical School Webinar

Zoom Recording ID: 99209726519 UUID: Nasb+fNzRtSuKVBCrR0lhA== Meeting Time: 2023-03-21 09:32:08pmGMT

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Niel Brandt - The Department of Astronomy and Astrophysics at Penn State

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CLIP_DAVIDS_STORY.mp4

From "Hidden Victims: Children of Domestic Violence". HV6626.2.H533 1999 DVD Short portions of "Bread and Tulips" for educational purposes in compliance with the rule by the U.S.…

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2022 Mini-Medical School Webinar

Zoom Recording ID: 99209726519 UUID: H51uzg2MRp2/IYyi5hWl7Q== Meeting Time: 2022-03-15 09:20:46pm

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Dr. Shope interview 18

For many early care and education, it is back to business as usual. What mitigation strategies should they still be implementing to stay healthy? There have been some predictions that because…

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Dr. Shope interview 16.mp4

1. Will the COVID vaccines being developed eventually work like flu shots, where researchers look at the most prevalent coronaviruses and develop vaccines accordingly or will we need to develop a new…

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Dr. Shope interview 15

1. New CDC guidance about wearing masks for vaccinated people2. There is speculation that people who are having a stronger reaction to the second shot may have had the virus and been asymptomatic. …

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Dr. Shope interview 14

1. This past week, the American Academy of Pediatrics reported that COVID cases in children accounted for almost 21% of all new cases. This is the highest it has ever been. Can you explain why cases…

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Five-Year-Olds Pilot Their Own Project Learning

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When The Goal is Racial Justice: Learning from Youth, Families, and Educators

Racism permeates the everyday experiences of youth in schools, among peers, and in their communities. This can affect young people's psychological, academic, and physical health. This…

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Faculty Research Spotlight - Addressing the social and behavioral factors underlying malnutrition in global contexts

Please join Assistant Professor of Biobehavioral Health and Nutritional Sciences, Stephen Kodish, as he shares an overview of his global health research focused on improving health and nutrition…

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Coffee with Craig Featuring Krista Wilkinson

Join Craig Newschaffer, the Raymond E. and Erin Stuart Schultz Dean of HHD, for a conversation with Krista Wilkinson, professor of Communication Sciences and Disorders. Krista studies early…

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Coffee with Craig Featuring Char Morett-Curtiss

Join Craig Newschaffer, Raymond E. and Erin Stuart Schultz Dean of HHD, for a conversation with Charlene Morett-Curtiss, head coach of Penn State women’s field hockey. Hear about Char’s…

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