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Mon, 05/20/2013
2013 Student Awards Ceremony

Penn State Harrisburg recently honored students for accomplishments in academics, service, and leadership at the 2013 Student Awards Ceremony.

Fri, 05/17/2013
Construction will close parts of College Avenue and O Street by the Capital Union Building and Education Activity Building.

Portions of College Avenue and O Street will close on Monday, May 20 while underground utilities are installed as part of the new Educational Activities Building (EAB) expansion. The roads are expected to reopen on Friday, May 24.

Thu, 05/16/2013
Keystone Health Promotion Conference

The Keystone Health Promotion Conference, hosted by Penn State Harrisburg, will explore all areas of health and personal wellness for health promotion professionals and will feature three nationally renowned keynote speakers. The conference will be held at the college, June 18-20 from 8:00 a.m.-5:00 p.m. with social activities on Tuesday and Wednesday evenings.

Wed, 05/15/2013
Jared Rife

Jared Rife, instructor and Ph.D. candidate in American studies at Penn State Harrisburg, of West Hanover Township, was recently recognized with a 2012-13 Harold F. Martin Graduate Assistant Outstanding Teaching Award at Penn State’s Student Awards Ceremony in April. Rife is the first Penn State Harrisburg graduate student to receive the award.

Mon, 05/13/2013
Andy Dessel (Photo by Gini Woy)

Representing thousands of peers is no easy job. Just ask Andy Dessel, of Chambersburg, Pa., a senior public policy major and communications minor at Penn State Harrisburg. Dessel was selected to participate in the 2012-13 Presidential Fellows Program – a position open to only one student throughout Penn State each year. And though it was a tough job with deadlines, heavy workloads, and personal responsibility, Dessel stressed that the program’s benefits made it well worth the effort.

Fri, 05/10/2013
Marques Paige

Marques Paige said he was a terrible student in high school, and he soon discovered that the nursing program he tried at a community college was not for him.

But when Marques started at Penn State Harrisburg, with a tentative major in communications, he began to thrive. He graduated on May 4, one of 130 students in Penn State Harrisburg’s Capital College Honors Program out of the school’s more than 4,200-member student body.

Fri, 05/10/2013
Dr. Margaret Jaster at The American Shakespeare Center

Dr. Margaret Jaster, Penn State Harrisburg associate professor of English and humanities, of Middletown, has received The American Shakespeare Center’s 2013 Words in Action Award. It was the second year in a row Jaster was nominated for the honor, which is based on student recommendations and the quality of learning that students display.

Thu, 05/09/2013
Dalton Trolinger at bat
Penn State Harrisburg men's baseball team

The Penn State Harrisburg men's baseball team won its first North Eastern Athletic Conference (NEAC) championship on Sunday, May 5 after defeating two-time defending NEAC regular season champion Penn State Berks 4-3 at Gallaudet's Hoy Field in Washington, D.C. The conference title gave the Lions an automatic berth to the upcoming NCAA Division III championship tournament, the brackets for which will be announced May 12.

Mon, 05/06/2013
Cassandra Romanowski

Penn State Harrisburg senior interdisciplinary humanities major Cassandra Romanowski, of Marysville, has been offered a Fulbright grant to teach English in Malaysia next year. Of the program’s hundreds of applicants from across the country, she was one of only 75 who made the cut – a first-time achievement for a student at the college.

Wed, 05/01/2013
Students present engineering projects at the Penn State Harrisburg Capstone Design Conference

From hovercrafts to portable solar panels and alternative energy forms, Penn State Harrisburg engineering students will present 27 projects representing the future of their field at the college’s second annual Capstone Design Conference on May 3 from 8:00-11:30 a.m. The event is free and open to the public. Click here to register.

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