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According to a statement from the University, Becker will oversee all compliance issues throughout the University and develop
He is currently the chief compliance officer for PPG industries, where he has led the firm’s global ethics and compliance program since 2009. Becker’s prior experience includes work as an FBI agent, work as a detective in the
Dave Joyner is the lowest paid athletic director in the Big Ten. This is according to data released by the USA Today on Wednesday Night. Joyner's Salary of $396,000 ranks dead last in the conference salaries, not including Northwestern, whose salaries were not released because they are a private institution.
The highest paid AD in the country is Vanderbilt's David Williams, who also serves as the university's general counsel and is a tenured law professor. His salary is just under $3.24 million.
An early morning drug sweep yesterday in
The two local men who are still on the run are Anthony Riskus of Huntingdon and Terrance Trice of
Evidence and testimony regarding the alleged heroin dealing was presented to a statewide investigating grand jury in 2011, which identified the ring leader of the organization as Curtis Koehler, who moved to
More than 45 Law enforcement officers were involved in the sweep they’re calling Operation Spellbound.
According to WJAC-TV, Monroe Bell of Grassflat confessed to the robberies yesterday telling police that he needed money for his drug habit.
Jason McGonical, also of Grassflat, is accused of helping
The State College Borough Public Works Tree Crew will be removing a tree on the 500 block of West College Avenue today. The Work will take place between 7 and 3.
Work will require the crew to temporarily close the right lane. Motorists and pedestrians are asked to use caution when traveling through the work are and be aware that minor delays are possible. Appropriate work zone signs will alert motorists and pedestrians of the immediate work area.
The program will be designed to introduce youth and families to new concepts in science as well as celebrate what teachers and students have been working on in and out of the classroom.
Admission and parking for the program are free.