JUNIATA COLLEGE NAMED "GREAT COLLEGE TO WORK FOR" FOR 10TH YEAR IN A ROW

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(Posted July 18, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, PA—Juniata College has received its 10th consecutive honor as one of 79 colleges or universities nationwide named as a "Great College to Work For" in the 2017 edition of the annual Chronicle of Higher Education survey. Juniata has received the award every year since The Chronicle of Higher Education began the survey in 2008. The results, released today in The Chronicle’s tenth annual report on The Academic Workplace, are based on a survey of 232 colleges and universities, of which 79 are recognized as distinctive.  
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Andrew W. Mellon Foundation Awards Juniata College $50,000 Curriculum Planning Grant

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(Posted July 13, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – The Andrew W. Mellon Foundation has awarded Juniata College $50,000 to support the redesign of the college’s general education curriculum. The grant is the second such award provided to Juniata in support of a faculty-driven effort to contemporize the educational experience all students must undertake to complement their chosen area of specific study. 
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Prestigious European Scholarships Awarded to Juniata Students

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(Posted July 11, 2017)

HUNTINGDON, Pa. – Three environmental science students at Juniata have received scholarships from Lille Catholic University’s Institut Supérieur d'Agriculture de Lille (Groupe ISA), in France. The students are: Lauren Brandenburg, a senior from York Springs, Pa.; Hang Nguyen, a senior from Hanoi, Vietnam; and Ashley Schnackenberg, a senior from Poughkeepsie, N.Y.
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Strong, Supportive Communities Can Be Hard to Find in Higher Education

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Posted July 17, 2017

Lawrence Biemiller writes about colleges and universities where halls are empty and community is hard to find. Fortunately, Biemiller knew just where to find a strong, supportive community for a positive example, though—he quoted Juniata professors Belle Stoddard Tuten and Jim Tuten, who noted that "[At Juniata] we expect to see each other every day." Read the Article Here

Research at Work: Students Preserve Trout Populations

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Posted June 26, 2017

Bellwood, Blair County, Pa. - Juniata College students are using technology for a special study to track down brown trout in the Little Juniata River. Continue Reading

Kish Bank Receives Community Service Award, Presents Juniata Museum with Check

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Posted June 19, 2017

PITTSBURGH--(BUSINESS WIRE)--Kish Bank was presented today with the prestigious FHLBank Pittsburgh Pillars of the Community Award in recognition of the bank’s commitment to community revitalization. The Pillars award is FHLBank’s highest organizational honor and is presented annually to select FHLBank members. Continue Reading

In just over a month, upperclassmen will be defending the Cloister Arch at 2017's storming of the arch!

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Building Peace
Photos by Candice Hersh

The Baker Institute for Peace and Conflict Studies at Juniata College welcomed a group of artists, academics and peace builders and professors from Maseno University, Kenya, to learn how to incorporate art into the peace building for conflict in Kenya.