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Clark Receives President’s Award
Paul Clark, professor and director of the School of Labor and Employment Relations, has been awarded the 2014 President’s Award for Excellence in Academic Integration. The award is given to a full-time faculty member who has exhibited extraordinary achievement in the integration of teaching, research or creative accomplishment and service.
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Congratulations to Our 2014 Student Marshall, Ian Dowling!
Ian is the son of Jerome and Deborah Dowling of Titusville, Pennsylvania. An active student in the School of Labor and Employment Relations integrated undergraduate/graduate program, Ian will graduate with three degrees: a M.S. in Human Resources and Employment Relations and undergraduate degrees in Labor Studies and Employment Relations and History. During summers he completed HR internships at Air Liquide in Houston, TX and Alcoa in Lancaster, PA.
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LER Staff Member Jessica Steele Receives College Award
Jessica Steele, staff member in LER, was presented with the College of the Liberal Arts Rising Star Award at the College’s Annual Awards reception on February 25 at the Nittany Lion Inn. The award is presented annually to a staff member whose “performance on the job is exceptional and best exemplifies professionalism and dedication to the mission of the College and the University.” Jessica was nominated by Professor Elaine Farndale for her initiative and energy in helping to improve the School’s career services.
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Penn State LER/SHRM Chapter Wins Northeast Case Competition!
On April 12 members of Penn State’s Society for Human Resource Management (SHRM) Chapter travelled to Rhode Island to compete in SHRM’s Annual Northeast Region Case Competition. The competition involves a team of student’s analyzing human resource management case studies and presenting their analysis and recommendations to a panel of SHRM judges. Penn State’s team prevailed over undergraduate teams from ten other universities including Cornell, Rutgers, and Villanova!
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