Penn State Harrisburg now offers an option for bachelor’s of science candidates in civil engineering to enroll in an integrated, continuous program of study leading to both the bachelor’s, as well as a master’s of engineering in environmental engineering.
Registration for the Penn State Harrisburg summer sessions is open for all students.
Students seeking to take courses over the summer can choose from a full range of undergraduate and graduate courses. Flexible options include on campus and online courses, some courses at the Penn State Hershey Medical Center and programs for educators. The first summer session runs May 16 to June 27; the second session runs June 29 to August 12.
Data users from across the Commonwealth are set to gather at Penn State Harrisburg for the Pennsylvania State Data Center’s (PaSDC) 2016 Data User Conference on May 12. The annual conference serves as Pennsylvania’s most comprehensive single-day forum for research and development in demographic data.
Penn State Harrisburg will hold its spring commencement on Sunday, May 8 at 9:30 a.m. at the Giant Center, Hershey, Pennsylvania. More than 680 degrees will be conferred at the ceremony.
Commencement is a momentous occasion for graduating students, family and friends. We are inviting you to capture memories and share congratulatory messages via Penn State Harrisburg’s social media platforms.
Family and friends are encouraged to use the hashtags #PSUHBGGrad and #PSUGrad to share messages and photos before, during, and after commencement and help us capture the day.
Dr. John Lopinski, a patent attorney at Hodgson Russ Attorneys, LLP, will present "An Overview of Patents and other Intellectual Property" on Wednesday, May 4 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge on campus.
Lopinski’s practice includes patent and opinion work, and strategic development and management of patent portfolios. He focuses on molecular biology, genetics, and immunology, with emphasis on complex immunotherapies, cancer biology, and therapeutics and diagnostics for a wide range of human and non-human animal disorders.
Hosted by Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Behavioral Sciences and Education, Dr. Vivian Vasquez, professor of education at American University in Washington D.C., will present “Negotiating Critical Literacies In Schools and Communities” on Tuesday, April 26 in the library Morrison Gallery at 5:40 to 8:15 p.m.
Penn State Harrisburg will present a panel discussion titled “Communicating Research to the Public: How and Why” on Wednesday, April 27 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge on campus.