Last week, Penn State Harrisburg received a historic philanthropic contribution. At $3 million, it is the College’s largest single donation ever and will provide an unprecedented boost to aid students and develop programs.
For their lifelong dedication to Holocaust education and Jewish studies, Penn State Harrisburg is honoring Harrisburg residents Doris and Kurt Moses at a tribute dinner April 30 at the Jewish Community Center of Greater Harrisburg.
Penn State Harrisburg business students will benefit from a faculty member’s selection as editor-in-chief of a new international journal.
Professor of Management and International Business Refik Culpan will utilize the various perspectives shared in The International Journal of Strategic Alliances to strengthen his classroom instruction.
“You have to fight racism with your mind, not your fists.”
That was the message for those gathered in the Gallery Lounge on campus March 31 to hear T.J. Leyden, a reformed neo-Nazi skinhead who uses first-hand experience from his years in the movement to describe the violence and growth of racist organizations throughout the nation.
Penn State Harrisburg graduates and their guests are invited to attend the college’s annual Alumni Awards Dinner Friday, April 17 when the college will honor alumni and students for their professional and campus accomplishments.