Penn State President Eric Barron and other Penn State and Penn State Harrisburg officials today joined with David Black, president and CEO of the Harrisburg Regional Chamber and CREDC, to launch the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Penn State Harrisburg. The center will enhance the entrepreneurial environment in Central Pennsylvania and encourage students, faculty and community members to transform their intellectual property and creative works into local businesses and industries.&…Learn More »
Beginning fall 2016, Penn State Harrisburg will offer a kinesiology bachelor’s degree program that prepares students in the science of human movement.
Students enrolled in the kinesiology exercise science option at Penn State Harrisburg have the choice of two emphases of study: science or business.Learn More »
Penn State Harrisburg has been named a 2016 Military Friendly® School by Victory Media, publisher of G.I. Jobs® and Military Spouse. This is the fifth consecutive year that the college has been named to the list.
The college was chosen based on Victory media’s criteria of key programs and policies, such as military support on campus, graduation and employment outcomes, and military spouse policies.Learn More »
Penn State Harrisburg has made sweeping changes to its undergraduate humanities program to provide students with more flexibility to tailor the program to their interests, and to offer a more robust presence in the fields of history, philosophy, and the arts.Learn More »
Armed with a crisp new suit and a wheelchair, electrical engineering graduate students Darshan Karnawat and Tapan Khilnani set off for the LeadingAge Hackfest competition last October in Nashville, Tennessee. They were looking for a way to get more involved with extracurricular activities; what they got was more life-changing than they could have imagined.Learn More »