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Fri, 08/16/2013
College Chef David Cramer wows at culinary conference

In June, David Cramer, a chef at Penn State Harrisburg’s Stack’s food court, was one of eight Penn State chefs to win  a culinary competition at the 2013 Chef Culinary Conference in Amherst, Mass. The group, along with a chef from the University of Massachusetts, competed in the California Asian Fusion Challenge sponsored by Johnson & Wales.

Tue, 08/13/2013

Penn State Harrisburg graduate Oscar Beisert, ’07 master’s in American studies, received the Irwin Richman Scholarship in American Studies during the 2006-07 academic year, but the reward he received went beyond just a monetary supplement – it helped him advance his career in the years to follow. The experience helped the student form a working relationship with Dr. Irwin Richman himself, a professor emeritus of American studies and history and, along with his wife Dr. M. Susan Richman, associate professor emerita of mathematical sciences, a donor to the college.  

Tue, 07/30/2013

A gift from TE Connectivity, a world leader in connectivity, will provide Penn State Harrisburg engineering students in the School of Science, Engineering, and Technology with expanded experiential learning opportunities. The $500,000 gift will create the TE Connectivity Capstone Design Endowment to fund Penn State Harrisburg senior engineering capstone projects as well as create the TE Connectivity Lecture Series in Connector Design, which will provide opportunities for students to network with industry experts.

Wed, 07/24/2013

An estimated 55,000 undergraduate college students are living in the greater Harrisburg area.

Nonprofit agencies like the American Red Cross and Central Pennsylvania Food Bank see these students as a vast untapped resource - and the next generation of volunteers.

Both agencies had targeted college students for volunteer recruitment, but neither had an effective strategy for how to reach them.

Thanks to a class of public relations students at Penn State Harrisburg, now both agencies have a strategy.

Thu, 07/18/2013

Penn State Harrisburg’s top-rated Master of Business Administration (MBA) program returns to Lancaster this fall, with courses to be offered on the Franklin & Marshall College (F&M) campus off of Harrisburg Pike.  

Wed, 07/17/2013

The Information Technology Services (ITS) Department at Penn State Harrisburg was honored with a 2013 IT Impact Award for Out-of-the-Box Innovation in June.  Given by Penn State, the IT Impact Awards recognize the outstanding efforts of information technology professionals who have taken leadership roles in creating a thriving environment for IT collaboration, creativity, and innovation.

Fri, 07/12/2013

Getting Ready for the SAT Exam®, open to students in grades nine through 12, will be held Aug. 5-9 from 8:30 a.m.-4:00 p.m. on the Penn State Harrisburg campus. Registration ends July 24.

Mon, 07/08/2013
Dr. Doris Lee
Dr. Raffy Luquis

Two Penn State Harrisburg faculty members, Dr. Doris Lee, professor in the training and development program, and Dr. Raffy Luquis, associate professor of health education, were among three fellows named to Penn State’s Administrative Fellows Program for the 2013-14 academic year. It is the program’s 27th year of consecutive operation. 

Tue, 07/02/2013

Penn State Harrisburg’s nationally accredited Economic Development Course has named Christopher Gulotta as its new director.

Mon, 07/01/2013

Penn State Harrisburg has announced the appointment of Dr. Rafic “Ray” Bachnak as director of the college’s School of Science, Engineering, and Technology.

Dr. Bachnak currently is professor of electrical and computer engineering and chair of the Department of Engineering, Mathematics, and Physics at Texas A&M International University (TAMIU) in Laredo, Texas.  Prior to joining TAMIU in 2007, he had held academic positions at Texas A&M - Corpus Christi, Northwestern State University (Natchitoches, La.), and Franklin University (Columbus, Ohio).

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