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November 10, 2011 / drjamesfreije

Dr. James Freije on State College, Pennsylvania

Dr. James Freije currently resides in State College, Pennsylvania, where he works as an accomplished otolaryngologist and head and neck surgeon. His career history includes serving as an Assistant Professor of Surgery at The Pennsylvania State University.

State College, Pennsylvania, is home to the University Park campus of The Pennsylvania State University. Located in Centre County, the city has a population of about 42,000. Although it holds a reputation as a lively college town, it is also a great place to own a business or raise a family. Recent surveys rate the city as one of the most educated and also one of the safest in the nation. According to Forbes magazine, State College ranks among the top small metropolitan areas in the United States to establish a business or a career. While Penn State serves as the area’s largest employer, other prominent businesses include AccuWeather, Inc.; Geisinger Health System; Jostens Printing and Publishing; Minitab Inc.; and Raytheon Company.

Downtown State College offers a wealth of both small-town and cosmopolitan amenities. Cultural attractions include art galleries and studios, several cinemas, a full orchestra, musicals, and more. The area also boasts one of the strongest local music scenes in the country, as recently recognized by Rolling Stone magazine. Popular events held in downtown State College include a New Year’s Eve celebration, the Central Pennsylvania 4th Fest, and the Penn State IFC/Panhellenic Dance Marathon. Every year in July, State College also hosts the Central Pennsylvania Festival of the Arts, an elaborate five-day gathering that brings over 125,000 visitors. The festival features a wide range of artists and musical acts from around the country. Visit DowntownStateCollege.com for more information regarding life in State College, Pennsylvania.

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