A Penn State Harrisburg student is one of only eight in the nation to win a scholarship sponsored by the Alpha Sigma Lambda National Honor Society.
Alpha sigma Lambda, the national honor society for adult learners, awards the scholarships based on academic achievement, scholarship, leadership activities, and need.
Balancing full-time employment, family responsibilities, and an ambitious academic schedule as a junior Communications major, Hershey resident Tianna Segneri welcomes the assistance the $1,200 scholarship will provide.
The recent art works of Penn State Harrisburg faculty member Paul Manlove are on exhibit through Saturday, Sept. 26 in the Goodyear Gallery at Dickinson College
An Instructor in humanities and art, Manlove works in the figurative tradition, using lush layers of paint to describe the shapes of light and color in his subjects. He received his bachelor’s degree from Millersville University and a master of fine art from Brooklyn College. He also studied at the Chautauqua School of Art in New York.
A 5-kilometer “pasta run/walk” to benefit the United Way of the Capital Region comes to Penn State Harrisburg Thursday, Sept. 17.
Sponsored by San Giorgio, the race, entirely on campus and open to both runners and walkers, will kick off at 6:15 p.m. from the front of the Capital Union Building. The course is a combination of grass, trails, and paved surfaces.
The more than 60 students who attended Shanelle Gabriel’s spoken word performance on campus recently, got more than an evening of Stacks Stage entertainment. The enthusiastic crowd also received a number of lessons in life.
Full scholarships are now available to schoolteachers enrolling in Penn State Harrisburg’s statewide English as a Second Language certificate program.
Supported by a federal grant program entitled ESL SCOPE (Secondary Content Online Preparation Program) and launched a year ago, the certificate program is now available on-line to more effectively meet the needs of pre-kindergarten through grade 12 teachers across the Commonwealth.
Penn State Harrisburg, with the largest selection of master’s and doctoral programs in the region, is hosting a Graduate School Information Night at 6 p.m., Tuesday, Sept. 15 in the campus library.
Persons attending will have the opportunity to meet and talk with faculty, obtain application, registration, and financial aid information, and learn about Penn State Harrisburg’s 22 master’s and three doctoral programs. Certificate and certification programs are also available.