In the largest regional competition of its type in a seven-state area, Penn State Harrisburg electrical engineering students have walked away with top honors.
Held in concert with the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Student Activities Conference at Temple University, the competitions involved 22 colleges and universities. Penn State Harrisburg electrical engineering and electrical engineering technology students earned first, second and third places.
Hummelstown resident Kelsey Kerr has capped her award-winning academic career at Penn State Harrisburg with another prestigious University honor.
A senior Information Sciences and Technology major who will graduate in May, Kerr has been named only the sixth Penn State Harrisburg undergraduate to win the Ralph Dorn Hetzel Memorial Award. Named for Penn State’s 10th president, the award recognizes high scholastic attainment and good citizenship and leadership in student activities.
Treasurer of the Commonwealth of Pennsylvania Rob McCord will deliver the keynote address at Penn State Harrisburg’s spring commencement Saturday, May 15. More than 500 undergraduate and graduate degrees will be conferred during the 9:30 a.m. ceremonies in the Giant Center, Hershey.
Thirty-six undergraduate and graduate students in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Business Administration have achieved excellence in their studies and earned membership invitations to Beta Gamma Sigma, the national business honor society.
To achieve membership in Beta Gamma Sigma, students must rank academically in the top 10 percent of the baccalaureate or top 20 percent of graduate programs at schools accredited by AACSB International – The Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Penn State Harrisburg student researchers recently presented their work to state senators and representatives to raise awareness of alternative energy sources.
Freshman Michael Chennavasin, junior Allison Funk, and junior Matthew Reitzel showcased recent progress on a biofuels research project at Undergraduate Research at the Capitol day (URC-PA) on March 23. The event brings together students, faculty, and Pennsylvania legislators to share the experiences of students engaged in research or scholarship.
The work of Penn State Harrisburg’s Black Student Union (BSU) to expand awareness of the value of diversity in education and in the community is being formally recognized by the African American Chamber of Commerce of Central Pennsylvania.
The BSU will receive the Youth Achievement Award at the organization’s 18th annual celebration May 28 at the National Civil War Museum in Harrisburg.
Professionals seeking graduate study in electrical engineering now have two choices at Penn State Harrisburg.
Building on its established Master of Engineering program in electrical engineering, the college now is offering a Master of Science program in electrical engineering with an expanded research focus to address the needs of full-time students.
Since his 1979 graduation with a bachelor’s degree from National Cheng Kung University in Taiwan, Penn State Harrisburg Professor of Civil Engineering Y. Frank Chen has built an international reputation.
His alma mater recognized his accomplishments recently when it presented him with its Outstanding Alumni Award.