Books ranging from hunting in Pennsylvania, to business improvement districts, to a pictorial history of Steelton were among those honored March 19 when Penn State Harrisburg recognized 10 faculty members at its annual Publishing Celebration.
Hosted by the college’s Office of Research and Graduate Studies, the annual event honors faculty, staff, and students whose works have been published in the past year.
The Northeastern Association of Graduate Schools (NAGS) is honoring Penn State Harrisburg faculty member Peter Kareithi for what his students and colleagues in the School of Humanities have known all along – he is a remarkable teacher.
Plant biotechnology is viewed as holding the key to the globe’s food, feed, and energy needs.
One of the world’s leading experts in the field, German Spangenberg from Australia, will discuss “Plant Genomics 2.0: From the Lab to the Market” at 9 a.m. March 26 in Penn State Harrisburg’s Morrison Gallery.
To survive in the current economic downturn, museums and the arts may have to make a fundamental shift in their approaches to funding and patronage in order to stave off a financial crisis.
That and other opinions were voiced March 4 as Penn State Harrisburg hosted a panel discussion during which academic and public experts reflected on the current problems facing museums and the fine arts while detailing a number of productive possibilities.