Twenty-six undergraduate and graduate students in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Business Administration have achieved excellence in their studies and have been inducted as lifetime members of Beta Gamma Sigma.
Penn State Harrisburg Assistant Professor of Humanities and Art History/Visual Culture Robin Veder will deliver an invited lecture April 14 at Princeton University as part of its spring Architecture and Urbanism Lecture Series on the theme of “Gardening.”
The series is arranged by the Princeton Center for Architecture, Urbanism + Infrastructure.
Penn State Harrisburg Professor of Psychology Richard Foxx was the lone academic expert to offer testimony during a public hearing April 1 before the Pennsylvania Senate Banking and Insurance Committee on a bill to require private insurers to provide coverage for autism spectrum disorders up to $36,000 per year.
The bill (HB 1150) passed the Pennsylvania House previously by unanimous vote.
The new front entrance to Olmsted Building, formally opened with a ribbon-cutting ceremony on April 1, is the latest in an ambitious list of construction projects aimed at enhancing the look of campus while supporting its academic mission.
Books ranging from criminal justice issues, to sacred music, to terrorism were among those honored March 25 when Penn State Harrisburg honored 16 faculty members and a doctoral student 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.