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Lab Assistant Among Winners in Penn State Photo Contest


An early childhood lab assistant in Penn College’s School of Integrated Studies was among the faculty/staff winners in The Pennsylvania State University’s recent Global Perspectives Photography Contest. Jodi L. Binkley’s “Forever” was a winner in the People category of the contest, which was administered by The University Office of Global Programs. “This photo is of my parents’ hands,” Binkley said of her entry. “They have been married for over 50 years and are still going strong! Each mark and line tells a remarkable tale and holds so many memories for us all.” Category winners received a custom calendar of 12 winning images and a framed print of their photograph, among other prizes.

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