Association of Penna State College University Facu

98
Association of Penna State College University Facu
Association of Penna State College University Facu is listed in the Labor Organizations category in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania. Displayed below are the social networks for Association of Penna State College University Facu which include a Facebook page, a Twitter account and a YouTube channel. The activity and popularity of Association of Penna State College University Facu on these social networks gives it a ZapScore of 98.

Contact information for Association of Penna State College University Facu is:
319 N Front St
Harrisburg, PA 17101
(717) 236-7486

"Association of Penna State College University Facu" - ZapScore Report

98
Association of Penna State College University Facu has an overall ZapScore of 98. This means that Association of Penna State College University Facu has a higher ZapScore than 98% of all businesses on Zappenin. For reference, the median ZapScore for a business in Harrisburg, Pennsylvania is 35 and in the Labor Organizations category is 38. Learn more about ZapScore

Do you own or manage this business? Click here to claim the Association of Penna State College University Facu listing and add social networks, logos, descriptions and more.

Association of Penna State College University Facu Contact Information:

Social Posts for Association of Penna State College University Facu


RT @ClearForPA: Clear Press Event on Shale pscp.tv/w/a_W0SDFXTEVS…


RT @reesakossoff: Out w/ @ClearForPA, Reps Bradford, Dean and Murt fighting for a shale tax in PA. https://t.co/ZM04rLuXOV


RT @ClearForPA: West Chester Prof Rimple...14 SSHE schools drive state economy. 5235 Montgo County residents attend our schools.... https:/…


RT @SRURocket: Rock alumnus Matt Adams traded to Atlanta @Braves ow.ly/SIqf30c2t1V


RT @SRURocket: Rock alumnus @BrandonFusco signed by 49ers ow.ly/7k6n30c2tDp

The State APSCUF office is closed now through Monday for Memorial Day. We will reopen 8:30 a.m. Tuesday, May 30.

West Chester University APSCUF President Mark Rimple today joined lawmakers to call for shale gas drillers to pay their fair share to support key state services such as our 14 universities. The event at the Montgomery County Courthouse included legislators from both parties. Rimple, a guest speaker, said, "90 percent of our students have chosen to stay right here in Pennsylvania."

"We experienced a learning environment with engaged and inquisitive students seeking knowledge beyond the book. Dr. Martin* shared that the writing submission assignments of the inmate students were more reflective of graduate level work than that of college freshmen." —John E. Wetzel is the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania’s Secretary of Corrections. * That's Dr. Jamie Martin, State APSCUF's vice president and Indiana University of Pennsylvania faculty member
“Education Is the Most Powerful Weapon Which You Can Use to Change the World” — Nelson Mandela National Reentry Week was April 23-29, during which Pennsylvania Department of Corrections leadership visited a program that history very well may judge has the most effective intervention yet at reducing…

"Diabetes just requires closer scrutiny. There is a lot more to it than we originally thought." —Jeffrey Loveland, associate professor of biology at Slippery Rock University
More than 12 million Americans were diagnosed with diabetes in 2000. Count Jeffrey Loveland, associate professor of biology at Slippery Rock University, among them. Rather than be deterred by the diagnosis, Loveland, ever the active and forward thinking academic, chose to use his diagnosis as anothe...