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State of State 2015 Registration Now Open

State of State has officially opened registration for this year’s conference. Registration is free and open to all members of the Penn State community, including undergraduate and graduate students, alumni, faculty, administrators, State College residents, and beyond; the conference is an all-inclusive event. Since the conference will be a first come, first served event, you’d better register sooner than later – visit the organization’s EventBrite page to sign up, and keep an eye on its Facebook page to learn more about this year’s speakers between now and Feb. 14.

In case you missed the memo, State of State is an annual conference for the Penn State community and a platform for change. This year’s conference will take place in Alumni Hall on Feb. 14, 2015. The organization aims to unite the community, promote dialogue on and off campus, and serve as a think-tank for State College ideas, both throughout the year and at the conference itself.

Two weeks ago, State of State revealed the first round of speakers for its 2015 conference. The list included some exciting faculty picks, ranging from Barry Bram to Richard Alley and beyond. Last week, State of State revealed its final round of speakers for the 2015 conference, including some cool student choices like former IFC President Dan Combs, President of CCSG John Shaffer, and more.

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Alicia Thomas

Alicia is a senior with majors in Print Journalism and Spanish and a minor in International Studies. Chances are that she's somewhere talking about her semester abroad or ranting about sexual assault prevention right now. She can be reached via Twitter (@aliciarthomas) or email ([email protected]).

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