Neil Leifer will discuss “From Reitlinger to Browning, The Chroniclers of the Holocaust: The Historians Who Shaped the History of the Shoah,” as part of the Penn State Harrisburg Center for Holocaust and Jewish Studies speaker series, on Tuesday, April 14 at noon in the library Morrison Gallery on campus.
The Center for Signal Integrity at Penn State Harrisburg will host the Ninth Central Pennsylvania Symposium on Signal Integrity, Friday, April 17 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Capital Union Building on campus. Signal integrity involves the quality of electrical signals passing through connectors used in electronic devices like computers or cellular phones.
Penn State Harrisburg recognized outstanding employee contributions at the 2015 Faculty and Staff Recognition Program on March 26. Nominated by the college community and selected by various award committees, several faculty and staff members received awards.
Penn State Harrisburg is inviting the college community to travel the world during “World Fest”, an all-day event beginning at 10 a.m. on Friday, April 10, which intends to encourage global interaction and celebrate the vitality of the college’s diverse campus community.
Dr. Jeffrey Foreman, assistant professor of marketing in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Business Administration, will present “Visual Metaphors and Consumer Understanding of Prescription Drug Advertising Messages” on Wednesday, April 8, from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge on campus.
New York Times bestselling author of 'No Excuses,' entrepreneur, and athlete, Kyle Maynard will bring his inspirational story to Penn State Harrisburg on Wednesday, April 15 at 7 p.m. in the college's Capital Union Building (CUB) gymnasium.
Jay Smar will perform folklore and coal mining songs of the Northeast on Thursday, April 2 at 7:00 p.m. in the Penn State Harrisburg library. The reception begins at 6:30 p.m.
With two guitars, baritone vocals, claw-hammer banjo, fiddling, singing, and flat-footin’ (a form of clog dancing), Smar serves his audience an “acoustic buffet” of traditional American and original folk, ol’ time mountain music, bluegrass, and gospel tunes, as well as coal mining songs of Northeast Pennsylvania preceded by their origin.