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Smeal News Now Available Through Penn State Newswires

Smeal alumni and friends may now sign up for the Penn State Smeal College of Business Newswire, distributed through the Penn State newswire system.
February 19, 2014

Smeal alumni and friends may now sign up for the Penn State Smeal College of Business Newswire, distributed through the Penn State newswire system.

The newswire provides a digest of the latest news from Smeal and is delivered weekly by email.

“With more than 6,000 students enrolled in our academic programs, along with an alumni network of more than 74,000, there is always something going on in our community,” said Charles H. Whiteman, John and Becky Surma Dean of Smeal. “We hope our alumni and friends will use this as a way to stay in touch with us throughout the year.”

To sign up to receive Smeal’s and other Penn State newswires, visit http://newswires.psu.edu.

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