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Penn State Erie. The Behrencl Col
lege, is again offering a summer study
abroad opportunity in Trier. Germany.
Known as the oldest eity in Germany,
Trier will be the spectacular setting lor
four-week courses in German language
and culture. Students at all Penn State
locations are welcome to apply.
Cost for the program, including
round trip airfare from Erie, lodging
in 2 or 3-person rooms, insurance, and
optional cultural and recreational op
portunities in and around Trier, is
$1,999. Cost does not include tuition.
The group will depart from Erie May
17, 1999 and return on June 11.
Courses offered during the session
include Intermediate German (GER
003, 4 credits) and Conversation and
Composition (GER 201. 4 credits). In
ternational Business 596, (3 credits),
designed for MBA students who would
like to become more familiar with as
pects of European culture and/or
language, will also be offered.
The application deadline is Eeb. 15,
1999. For more information, readers
can contact the program director, Dr.
Steven de Hart, associate professor of
German and humanities at 898-6448.
The Career Development Center at
Penn State Erie, The Behrend College,
will hold its first career fair for stu
dents in Business, Humanities, and
Science on Thursday, Feb. 25 from
noon to 5 p.m. in the Reed Union
Building Commons. More than 900
companies and organizations were in
vited to attend the fair, and 50 compa
nies have already confirmed their par
ticipation. This event will be of inter
est to freshmen and sophomores as
well as junior and seniors, since em
ployers will be seeking candidates tor
summer and intern positions as well
as full time, permanent positions.
In addition to Penn State Behrend
students, this event is open to students
from other Erie College Career Coop
erative schools: Allegheny College,
Edinboro University, Gannon Univer
sity, and Mercyhurst College.
For more information about this ca
reer fair, visit the Web site
bfair.htm or call the Penn State Be
hrend Career Development Center at
PENN STATE ERIE OF
FERS SUMMER PRO
GRAM IN ENGLAND
Penn State Erie, The Behrend Col
lege, is offering students an opportu
nity to travel to England this summer
July 6 through August 12 tor study at
the University College of
All submissions for the calendar should be made available to
Northampton (Nene College). Lo
cated in the eenter of England, Nene
College is just one hour from Lon
don, Oxford, Cambridge, and Bir
mingham. This summer course offer
ings are the first step in collaboration
between Penn Slate Behrend and the
British college. Participating stu
dents may register for any of the
eleven 3 credit courses that are of
fered. Courses available include
Elizabethan and Jacobean Literature,
Romantic and Victorian Literature,
Advanced Expository Writing, Cre
ative Dramatics, Playwriting/
Script writing, Ecology of the United
Kingdom, Biological Assessment of
River Water Quality in the United
Kingdom, Contemporary Social
Problems and Policies, Principles of
Sociology, The History of the English
Country House, and Policies and
Economies of the European Union.
In addition to four weeks of for
mal course work, field trips, and cul
tural activities, the summer program
offers students a week of course re
lated excursions to Scotland, Ireland,
London's West Find, or the Lake Dis
trict The program also includes bed,
breakfast and full use of the college's
Cost of the program is $2,000 for
students taking 3 credits; $2,500 for
students taking six credits; and
$2,900 for students taking nine cred
its. Airfare is expected to cost an ad
ditional $7OO. Participants will be
expected to place a $5OO program
deposit by Feb. 28.
Individuals interested in the Nene
College program may contact Dr.
Dean Baldwin, acting director of the
School of Humanities and Social Sci
ences at Penn State Behrend, at (814)
NAMED TO WHO’S WHO
Forty-six students from Penn
State Erie, The Behrend College,
have been selected as outstanding
leaders and will be included in the
199 edition of Who’s Who Among
Students in American Universities
Students are nominated for this
honor based on academic achieve
ment, service to the community,
leadership in extracurricular activi
ties, and potential for continued suc
Students named this year from
Penn State Behrend include Mat
thew L. Behan, Matthew D. Baseler,
Lori A. Betters, Tara J. Brown,
Dianne E. Campbell, Dawn C.
Chapel, Robin D. Clarke, Nadine K.
Cross, Allyson J. Cuccia, Jamison S.
Curry, Anne D. Danielski, John A.
Davis, Michael V. DeSantis, Robert
J. Dolak, John R. Dunlavey, Erin B.
Edinger, Justin S. Gawne, Sarah J.
Gies, Bryan C. Gomolchak, Mark R.
Greenbank, John W. Hoderny, Misty
G. Holt, Amanda L. Horner, and
Ayodele S. Jones. Also, Shannon N.
Lenze, Heather L. Lerch, Steven G.
LeVan, Corey J. Linden, Brian C.
Loshelder, Danielle C. Marshall,
Kristi I. McKim, Kevin H. Mink,
Lindsey C. Myrick, Jennifer A.
Osmanski, Holly R. Peterson, Alesia
Calendar of Events
• Fashion Show
• SPC Movie: “What Dreams May
Come” Reed 117 10:00pm
• Microphone Night- Bruno’s 7:oopm
N. Petro, Sally L. Pfeufer, Leslie A.
Phillipsie, Daniel V. Roberts, James P.
Ropar, Todd A. Shade, Ronald E.
Slomski, Tommie D. Stovall. Kelly A.
Updegraph.TanyaA. Waltenbaugh, and
Shimira K. Williams.
These students were honored along
with studetns selected from more than
1,900 institutions of higher education
in all 50 states, the District of Colum
bia, and several foreign nations.
The 1999-2000 academic and lead
ership scholarship is now available in
the Einancial Aid Office.
Applications must be returned to the
Behrend Financial Aid Office by Fri
day, February 12, 1999.
There will be an open MICFtO
PHONE Night, at Bruno’s. Poets are
needed to recite poems. Please contact
Shimira Williams at ext. 6098 for more
information. A sign up sheet is in the
Student Activities Office for all who are
interested and being involved. This
event takes place on Friday 12, 1999,
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• SPC Movie: “What Dreams May Come”
Reed 117 10:00pm
• John Bizarrre Comedian Bruno’s B:3opm
•Alumni Basketball Game- 4pm
• Basketball (W&M) vs. Pitt-Greensburg
• Basketball (W&M) vs. Allegheny- 6pm
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PENN STATE ERIE TO
OPEN HOUSE FEB. 20
Area students and their families
arc invited to attend the Admissions
'99 Open House at Penn State Erie,
The Behrend College, on Saturday,
F-'eh. 20 from noon to 4 p.m. Prospec -
tive applicants will learn about the
four-year degrees offered by the Col
lege and will meet representatives of
Check the calen-
dar pagepiFf-ipv ery
Thursday for up-
Thursday,February 11, 1999 - The Behrend College Beacon
the academic and student life pro-
Parlicipants may register at
the Reed Union Building before
noon and attend an information fair
there from noon to 3 p.m. Campus
lours will be offered from noon to
3 p.m., and housing tours will be
offered in Perry Hall.
The Schools of Business, Sci
ence, Humanities and Social Sci
ences, and Engineering and Engi-
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• Catholic Mass Reed Commons
• SPC Movie: “What Dreams M
Come” Reed 117 9:oopm
• Boys Baseball Pitching Clinic
Erie Hall, 9am-Ipm
• SPC Movie: “Vampires” Reed
neering Technology will oiler
strations and opportunities to n
talk with faculty. Financial ai
mation sessions and parent ques
answer sessions will be ol’ferei
To register in advance for
missions ''99 Open House, pk
the Penn State Behrend Offia
missions at (814) 898-6100.