The National Park Service’s National Center for Preservation Technology and Training tells us they have released $427,000 in grants.
This includes $40,000 for Penn State to study “Probabilistic Modeling of Energy Use and Air Quality in Historic Buildings.”
In a totally unrelated issue, former Penn State President Rodney Erickson is getting a public pension of $477,591 and former Penn State Vice President Gary “What Child Molestation?” Schultz is getting a public pension of $330,699.
And our national debt is now $18.3 trillion.
2 thoughts on “Penn State Grant, Like It Needs The Money”
Don’t look at me. I went to Ursinus (Class of ’86, Go, Grizzlies!)
How about piss pots? Are they illegal?