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Tablet PCs enhance learning in engineering classes

A $131,000 award earned by Penn State Harrisburg for its innovative use of instructional technology has resulted in enhanced learning and teaching in its electrical engineering classrooms.

January 27 lecture to address Poland and the Holocaust

An internationally acclaimed scholar’s quest to interpret contemporary Poland’s treatment of the Holocaust comes to Penn State Harrisburg January 27.

Seo Young Choi (Cordelia)

Korean visitors enhanced more than English skills during visit

The 22 Korean schoolteachers who recently spent an educational month on campus accomplished far more than improving their English skills.

They departed Central Pennsylvania and the college in late November with a much greater understanding and of America and its culture and heartfelt appreciation of its people.

Web 2.0 and ‘Project Unity’ presentation Dec. 4

Web 2.0 has ushered in a new wave of social computing that enables teams to collaborate, share information, and create new services online. Lockheed Martin’s “Project Unity” is one such example.

‘Auction Block to Hip Hop’ performance Dec. 1

The hit off-Broadway play, “Auction Block to Hip Hop,” comes to Penn State Harrisburg’s Olmsted Auditorium for a single performance Monday, Dec. 1.

The 6 p.m. production is free and open to the public. For information, phone 717-948-6273.

College choir’s fall concert December 9

Penn State Harrisburg’s choir has invited the Middletown Area High School Choraliers to share its stage when the college hosts its annual fall concert December 9.

The 5:15 p.m. presentation in the Morrison Gallery of the college library is free and open to the public. For information, phone 948-6029.

Parag Pendharkar

Faculty seminar to focus on artificial intelligence

The final 2008 installment in the Penn State Harrisburg Faculty Seminar Series will feature a presentation by Professor of Information Systems Parag Pendharkar Wednesday, Dec. 3 at noon in the Gallery Lounge.

Dr. Pendharkar’s presentation will focus on artificial intelligence, decision support, and software engineering. A light lunch will be provided

Heard on campus – the innocence of Ray Krone

Dover, Pa., native Ray Krone told everyone he was innocent. For 10 years, few believed him.

But through two trials, a death sentence, and a decade of wrongful imprisonment, he never quit.

Shaun Gabbidon

Penn State Harrisburg faculty member earns national accolade

Penn State Harrisburg faculty member Shaun Gabbidon’s pioneering research and scholarship in the field of criminal justice has earned him another national accolade.

1994 graduate saluted by Training and Development Society

Penn State Harrisburg graduate Robert D. Jackson’s many years of service as a human resource professional has been saluted with a Lifetime Achievement Award presented by the Central Pennsylvania Chapter of the American Society for Training and Development.

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