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‘Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome’ presentation Feb. 6

Dr. Joy Leary, a pioneer in the "Post-Traumatic Slave Syndrome" research, brings her message to Penn State Harrisburg Tuesday, Feb. 6.

Lancaster artist’s work on exhibit in Morrison Gallery

"Paradise" is the title of an exhibit of 39 figurative oil paintings by Lancaster artist Kurt Knobelsdorf on public display through March 9 in the Morrison Gallery of Penn State Harrisburg’s library.

African American Read-In comes to campus Feb. 5

The public is invited to participate in the 18th annual National African American Read-In when it comes to Penn State Harrisburg Monday, Feb. 5.

The event will be in the Oliver LaGrone Cultural Arts Center of Olmsted Building from 12:30 to 1:30 p.m.

Doctoral Programs Information Night Feb. 7

Area residents can learn how to fit doctoral study at Penn State Harrisburg into a busy schedule at an Information Night Wednesday, Feb. 7 at 6 p.m.

The session in the campus library will provide information on the D.Ed. in Adult Education and Ph.D. in Public Administration offered on the Penn State Harrisburg campus. Registration is not necessary.

Penn State, The Lancaster Center Grand Opening Jan. 18

Penn State, The Lancaster Center is celebrating its grand opening Thursday, Jan. 18, from 5 to 7 p.m. at its new location at 1383 Arcadia Road in the recently expanded Farm and Home Center. Visit the new facility and discover what Penn State has to offer in Lancaster. The public is invited to attend.

Dr. John Haddad

Faculty member lends expertise to planned photo exhibit

Assistant Professor of American Studies and Literature John Haddad recently returned from a two-day workshop at the Getty Research Institute in Los Angeles designed to explore and discuss its large and unique collection of Chinese photographs.

Dr. Cynthia Mara

$1.65 million grant funding long-term care study

The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW) has asked a research team at Penn State Harrisburg to develop and implement a plan to explore issues related to current and projected participation in long-term care services.

18th Annual High Achievers Academic Bowl on campus March 22

Teams from eight area schools will square off when the High Achievers Academic Bowl returns to the Penn State Harrisburg campus for the eighteenth year on Thursday, March 22.

‘Clean’ comedy comes to campus January 24

Tiny Glover brings his crowd-pleasing, "clean" comedy to Penn State Harrisburg Wednesday, Jan. 24.

The performance by the veteran comedian is free and open to the public at 9:30 p.m. in the Community Center of the student housing complex east of Olmsted Building on campus.

Performances to celebrate Black History Month

Performances by an award-winning slam poet and an African dance and drum ensemble, and an appearance by "Frederick Douglass" highlight Penn State Harrisburg’s February observance of Black History Month.

All performances are free and open to the public.

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