The Story of PHIL 200

This video was produced by Christopher Long and some of the students in his Philosophy 200 course, Ancient Greek Philosophy. The course had no specific writing assignments, but instead required consistent, substantive blog posts throughout the semester. This video...

Thank You!

On behalf of the Symposium Planning Committee I would like to thank you for participating in this year’s symposium. The symposium is meant to be a day of celebration. We come together to showcase some of the extraordinary work being done by our community. And I...

Connecting to Wireless at the Penn Stater

When at the Penn Stater for the Symposium, there are two ways to connect to wireless: (Preferred Method) Selecting the ATT Wireless Open Network, “AttWifi_Meeting” or Via the Cisco VPN. Steps for each are described below: Connecting to wireless using the...

2010 Symposium Photo Hunt Game

Hi Everyone, Over the past several years, Symposium attendees have been using their digital cameras, cell phones, and other devices to take some wonderful ‘in the moment’ pictures capturing the spirit of the day.  Thanks to the magic of Flickr we’ve...

Program Changes for Saturday March 27

Hi Everyone, I wanted to make you aware of several changes to Saturday’s program. Cengage Learning, an electronic textbook publisher, will have an information/demonstration area in Room 218. You can find them along the hallway where the Media Commons and...
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