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Forestry Students Experience "Big Tree Climb"

'Big climb' culminates arboriculture class

On Nov. 28, Penn State Mont Alto forestry students climbed a 145-foot yellow poplar on the Penn State Mont Alto campus in Forest Technology Instructor Craig Houghton’s arboriculture class. “The big tree climb culminates 15 weeks of students learning to safely and efficiently climb trees so they can properly care for them,” said Houghton.
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Polar Bear Plunge to Support Mont Alto THON Group

On Dec. 2, the Franklin County Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association and the Mont Alto Alumni Society will host a Polar Bear Plunge in support of the Penn State Mont Alto THON group. The event will begin at noon at the Cowans Gap Lake Beach area, located at 6235 Aughwick Road in Ft. Loudon. All funds raised will benefit Four Diamonds to fight pediatric cancer.
Mont Alto Chorale

Mont Alto Chorale to perform holiday concerts

The Penn State Mont Alto Chorale will perform three holiday concerts, titled “Heavenly Peace,” featuring songs of the season under the direction of Fred Davison, Penn State Mont Alto instructor in music, on Dec. 2, 4 and 9.
Mont Alto Lion Shrine

Forestry students to share West Coast experiences

Penn State Mont Alto forestry students will present information about their recent West Coast forestry experiences, from seeing the California redwoods to learning about forest policy and science-management, from 4:30 to 5:30 p.m. Nov. 27 in the Penn State Mont Alto Library. The presentation is open to the public and free of charge.

Board OKs $13 million allied health building project at Penn State Mont Alto

In an effort to provide state-of-the-art facilities and accommodate future growth in the signature Nursing, Physical Therapist Assistant and Occupational Therapy Assistant programs at Penn State Mont Alto, the University’s Board of Trustees today (Nov. 9) approved Hord Coplan Macht, Inc. of Baltimore, Maryland, as the architect for a new allied health building project.