List of Pennsylvania State University People

List Of Pennsylvania State University People

This is a list of famous individuals associated with the Pennsylvania State University, including graduates, former students, and professors.

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List Of Pennsylvania State University People - Notable Professors and Coaches
... Richard Bundy, Director of Athletic Bands, including the Penn State Blue Band Donald Byrne, coach of America's first varsity chess team Paul DeMaine, one of the founders of the Computer Science Department ... His novel Straight Man was drawn from his experiences teaching at Penn State Altoona Lee Smolin, theoretical physicist William Tenn (pen name of Philip Klass), famous ...

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