Penn State Harrisburg


Tue, 03/05/2013
Dr. Seth Wolpert

Dr. Seth Wolpert, associate professor of electrical engineering at Penn State Harrisburg, has received the Central Pennsylvania Engineers Week Council 2013 Technical Achievement Award.

Fri, 03/01/2013
Penn State Harrisburg Olmsted Building

Penn State Harrisburg will hold a Graduate School Open House on Thursday, March 14, at 6:00 p.m. in the Library.

The open house will offer the opportunity to learn about the college’s more than 30 master’s, doctoral, and certification programs; meet with faculty; and obtain admission requirements and financial aid information. RSVP preferred, but not required.

Thu, 02/28/2013
Rendering of the completed Educational Activities Building project.
The redesigned Capital Union Building features a new 6,000-square-foot Fitness Center and additional locker rooms.

On March 1, Penn State Harrisburg dedicated its new fitness center and broke ground for an addition, including classroom and laboratory space, to the Educational Activities Building (EAB).

Mon, 02/25/2013
Academic Perspectives on economic issues

Faculty experts at Penn State Harrisburg shared their opinions on the fiscal cliff and debt ceiling at an Academic Perspectives forum titled “Over the Cliff, Through the Ceiling’’ on Feb. 6.

Dr. David Buehler,  assistant professor of economics, moderated the event that featured Dr. Thomas Amlie, associate professor of accounting; Dr. Nihal Bayraktar, associate professor of economics; and Dr. Beverly A. Cigler, professor of public policy and administration.

What follows are highlights from the forum speakers:

Mon, 02/25/2013

Dr. Asli Colpan, associate professor of corporate strategy at Japan’s Kyoto University Graduate School of Management, presented “Business groups in late-industrializing nations: Characteristic resources and competitive dynamics” to Penn State Harrisburg School of Business Administration faculty on Feb. 12, 2013.

Fri, 02/22/2013

The 2012-13 academic year marks the 40th anniversary of creation of Penn State Harrisburg master’s degrees in public administration and American studies, two of the college’s 25 master’s programs.

When it was founded in 1966, Penn State Harrisburg was the only Commonwealth Campus to be given the mission of providing innovative and interdisciplinary programs as an upper division (undergraduate juniors and seniors) and graduate center. Six years later, these two graduate programs were approved.

Thu, 02/21/2013
Dr. Robin Veder

Dr. Robin Veder, associate professor of art history and visual culture and humanities at Penn State Harrisburg, will present “Washington’s Top Garden Gets Rhythm: Italianate Design and Physiological Aesthetics at Dumbarton Oaks in the 1920s” on Wednesday, Feb. 27, 2013 at noon in the Gallery Lounge, Olmsted Building. The event is free and open to the public.

The presentation can also be viewed live via Adobe Connect.

Tue, 02/19/2013
Penn State Harrisburg dancer Hana Suders
Penn State Harrisburg dancer Joe Sadusky

Penn State Harrisburg student volunteers raised $53,186.51 for THON, the Penn State student dance marathon that benefits the Four Diamonds Fund and pediatric cancer patients, families, and researchers at Penn State Hershey Children’s Hospital. Totals were announced Feb. 17 at the conclusion of the 46-hour, no sitting, no stopping marathon. The Harrisburg amount eclipsed last year’s by some $22,000 and set a new record for the campus, contributing to THON’s overall total of a record-breaking $12,374,034.46 raised this year.

Fri, 02/15/2013

Effective Feb. 18, the asphalt walkway running from the bookstore to the Educational Activities Building (EAB) has been closed for the EAB expansion project. Fencing will surround the entire project area and completely block pedestrian access.

Pedestrians can access the EAB by following the sidewalk, which parallels College Avenue, to the crosswalk west of the Capital Union Building. The fencing will be in place until project completion, which currently is projected to be June of 2014.

Thu, 02/14/2013
Dr. Sedig Agili

Our digitized world of instant communication is enabled by the transfer of high-speed signals across many systems within a device. As modern signal speeds are pushed to quickly accommodate gigabytes of data, disturbances that were once considered minor, such as weather changes, now become more serious, with the potential to stop systems and corrupt data.

Dr. Sedig Agili, associate professor of electrical engineering at Penn State Harrisburg, and Dr. Aldo Morales, professor of electrical engineering, have developed a formula to help understand the effects of humidity and temperature on electronic signals.

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