Dr. Shaun Gabbidon, distinguished professor of criminal justice in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Public Affairs, received the 2015 Julius Debro Award, given by the American Society of Criminology’s Division on People of Color and Crime (DPCC).
The Julius Debro Award recognizes a member of the DPCC who has made outstanding contributions in service to professional organizations, academic institutions, or the advancement of criminal justice.
Penn State Harrisburg will present an Academic Perspectives on Currents Events panel titled “The Global Economy and its Dependency on Fragile Supply Chains” on Wednesday, November 4, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge on campus.
Dr. Juliette Tolay, assistant professor of political science in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Public Affairs, will present “Is there a European refugee crisis? A conversation on the context of contemporary human mobility” on Wednesday, October 14 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge.
Dr. Bing Ran, associate professor of public administration in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Public Affairs, recently was elected as chair of the Organizational Theory Division of the Administrative Sciences Association of Canada (ASAC) after serving as the divisional coordinator and editor over the past two years.
ASAC is the international association for management and administrative sciences scholars at Canadian and international postsecondary institutions as well as private and public sector organizations.
Dr. Beverly Cigler, distinguished professor of public policy and administration in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Public Affairs, has received the 2015 Leslie A. Whittington Award for Excellence in Teaching, given by the Network of Schools of Public Policy, Affairs, and Administration (NASPAA).
In early January 2015, the Paris offices of the French satirical weekly newspaper Charlie Hebdo were attacked by two Islamist terrorists, leaving 12 people dead and 11 injured. Several related attacks followed in the Île-de-France region, where five more people were killed and 11 wounded.
The attacks, said to have been sparked by Charlie Hebdo’s controversial depictions of the Prophet Muhammad, sparked worldwide attention and ignited the French public for several weeks.
Whether the stock market or employment soars affects economic inequality in the United States
New research by political scientists at Penn State Harrisburg and the University at Buffalo find that Democrat and Republican presidents support different types of economic growth, which has significant effects on rising economic inequality in the U.S.
Penn State Harrisburg will present an Academic Perspective on Currents Events panel titled “The West Coast Shipping Strikes and Supply Chain Issues” on Wednesday, April 1, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge on campus.
The discussion will focus on the effects of the recent West Coast shipping strikes on supply chain management.