Penn State boasts Internet students on every continent

May 14, 2003

“We developed correspondence courses in the 1890s. The issue was to improve the quality of life in rural areas and bring education to farm families. What we’ve done is via satellite and television and all sorts of media, so when the Internet came about, it seemed only natural,” said Dr. Gary E. Miller, associate vice president for outreach and executive director of the World Campus.

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