Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf delivered his annual budget address on Feb. 6, highlighting an increase in funding for public education in the 2018-19 fiscal year and pushing state legislators of both parties to approve a severance tax.
Eric Rothschild, senior litigation counsel at Americans United for Separation of Church and States will be discussing the topic of science and religion at his lecture “The Biology Class You Wish You Could Have Taken: Evolution and Creationism of Trial in Dover, Pennsylvania.”
Frank Brogan, the former Pennsylvania State System of Higher Education (PASSHE) chancellor is President Donald Trump’s nominee to assume the role of assistant secretary for the Office of Elementary and Secondary Education.
The Shippensburg University Council of Trustees met Friday morning to discuss university matters including the new general education program, first year seminar, a fall 2017 summary of sports and a change to Grace B. Luhrs University Elementary School (GBLUES).
The room is silent, a circle of chairs sit facing each other. In them is a variety of faces. Male, female, older, younger. Suddenly, a voice emerges to break the deafening silence. This person speaks with confidence and poise, but the subject matter is far less comfortable.
The crisp December weather did nothing to keep the hordes of students, family and friends from congregating on the Shippensburg University campus today for the university’s 2017 winter commencement ceremony.