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Media Highlights

ABC27.com: Wednesday, April 19, 2017

Poll: Most feel safer with police body cameras

A majority of Pennsylvanians say they would feel safer if police officers wore body cameras, according to a new poll.

BYURadio.org: Friday, April 7, 2017

The Matt Townsend Show: Exposure to Violence, Adult Coloring Books, Parent Previews

Dr. Eileen M. Ahlin is an Assistant Professor of Criminal Justice in the School of Public Affairs at Penn State Harrisburg.

Local21news.com: Tuesday, March 28, 2017

A breakdown of Trump's latest executive order to curb climate change

A new executive order by President Trump will roll back many of former President Obama’s efforts to curb climate change. The order is more about creating jobs. A local economist says jobs will be sustained, but not created.

ABC27.com: Monday, March 27, 2017

Something Good: College course makes dreams come true

Noah Rinehart and Billy Felo attend Penn State Harrisburg. “My buddy Noah, we go to class together, we spend a decent amount of time together Tuesday, Wednesday, and Thursday,” Felo said.

WITF.org: Friday, March 10, 2017

Police Body Cameras/ TRAPPIST-1 Exoplanets

Many Americans have questions about the policies of regional and municipal police departments following high profile cases involving deadly force in recent years.

York Daily Record: Thursday, March 9, 2017

I am an American: Ophelia Chambliss brings people together through art

Ophelia M. Chambliss knew from the time she was in the fourth grade that she wanted to be an artist.

Press & Journal: Thursday, March 9, 2017

Penn State Harrisburg hurdler makes program history, heads to nationals

Penn State Harrisburg sophomore Ashley Williams received a supportive sendoff Wednesday morning before she prepared to depart for Illinois.

The Conversation: Wednesday, March 8, 2017

Want to help Chicago's youth? Pay more attention to the effect of violence on police

The recently published Department of Justice investigation of the Chicago Police Department uncovered unsettling uses of force.

The Conversation: Monday, February 6, 2017

The story of Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield, America's first black pop star

In 1851, a concert soprano named Elizabeth Taylor Greenfield embarked on a national tour that upended America’s music scene.

Harrisburg Magazine: December 2016

The Influentials, Part 3:  Mukund S. Kulkarni, Ph.D. – Chancellor, Penn State Harrisburg

Not long ago, Penn State Harrisburg was educating 50 international students. Today, it’s 720. Plus, 40 percent of students pay out-of-state tuition for the privilege of enrolling. What’s the attraction?

“It’s the quality of the teachers in the classroom and the support that students get outside the classroom,” says Chancellor Dr. Mukund S. Kulkarni.