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Announcements go to the EMS Undergraduate listserv every Monday during fall and spring semesters.  Content must be submitted by 5:00 p.m. on Wednesday to be included in the next newsletter.  For questions or exceptions please contact Lisa Ely (LAE87@psu.edu).


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Total Orientation to Earth and Mineral Sciences

Date
August 17, 2018
Time
(All day)
Description
TOTEMS

Incoming first-year students in the College of EMS board a bus for the beautiful Lake Raystown Resort, 50 miles from the Penn State University Park campus.

Students will lodge with 4-5 other students in cabins, which are complete with clean linens, private baths, and cooking facilities.

Over the four days, students will enjoy cookouts and campfires, and have the opportunity to:

Cost
Free

Total Orientation to Earth and Mineral Sciences

Date
August 16, 2018
Time
(All day)
Description
TOTEMS

Incoming first-year students in the College of EMS board a bus for the beautiful Lake Raystown Resort, 50 miles from the Penn State University Park campus.

Students will lodge with 4-5 other students in cabins, which are complete with clean linens, private baths, and cooking facilities.

Over the four days, students will enjoy cookouts and campfires, and have the opportunity to:

Cost
Free

Total Orientation to Earth and Mineral Sciences

Date
August 15, 2018
Time
(All day)
Description
TOTEMS

Incoming first-year students in the College of EMS board a bus for the beautiful Lake Raystown Resort, 50 miles from the Penn State University Park campus.

Students will lodge with 4-5 other students in cabins, which are complete with clean linens, private baths, and cooking facilities.

Over the four days, students will enjoy cookouts and campfires, and have the opportunity to:

Cost
Free

Materials Day 2018

Date
October 25, 2018
Time
(All day)
Description
Materials Day

This year's Materials Day theme, "Grand Challenges Enabled by Materials," will focus on six areas where Penn State can make significant advances to solving some of the 21st century's most pressing challenges. Featuring breakout sessions with industry leaders, experts from federal agencies, and Penn State faculty, a keynote reception, and interactive poster session with over 100 faculty/student presenters, Materials Day 2018 is Penn State's premier event for materials-related interdisciplinary science and engineering.

Cost
Free