U.S. Congressman Tim Holden will deliver the keynote speech at Penn State Harrisburg’s 95th commencement ceremony December 20.
More than 500 undergraduate and graduate degrees will be conferred during the 9:30 a.m. ceremonies at the Giant Center, Hershey. Penn State Harrisburg, which confers more than 1,000 degrees annually, is home to two associate, 32 baccalaureate, 22 master’s, and three doctoral programs.
A $131,000 award earned by Penn State Harrisburg for its innovative use of instructional technology has resulted in enhanced learning and teaching in its electrical engineering classrooms.
The only college in Pennsylvania to be presented the competitive 2008 HP Technology for Teaching Leadership Award, Penn State Harrisburg has expanded the use of Tablet PCs – basically electronic notebooks -- to three classes.
The final 2008 installment in the Penn State Harrisburg Faculty Seminar Series will feature a presentation by Professor of Information Systems Parag Pendharkar Wednesday, Dec. 3 at noon in the Gallery Lounge.
Dr. Pendharkar’s presentation will focus on artificial intelligence, decision support, and software engineering. A light lunch will be provided
Penn State Harrisburg faculty member Shaun Gabbidon’s pioneering research and scholarship in the field of criminal justice has earned him another national accolade.
For his "outstanding work in the field of racial and ethnic issues in criminology," the Professor of Criminal Justice has been named the winner of the W.E.B. Du Bois Award presented annually by the Western Society of Criminology.