The Rev. Walter Everett and Harold Wilson brought the “Voices of Hope, Agents of Change” statewide tour to Penn State Harrisburg March 24 and asked those in attendance to think about the death penalty.
Should a national moratorium on the death penalty be enacted? Is the death penalty worth killing one innocent person? These were among the questions the pair asked persons attending while they each profiled their personal stories.
Wall Street analysts still forecast earnings per share (EPS) growth two times the level of historic GDP growth even after a landmark billion-dollar settlement aimed at rooting out analyst bias, according to new research co-authored by faculty members at Penn State Harrisburg and Penn State’s Smeal College of Business.
Penn State Harrisburg Associate Professor of Computer Science Linda Null is one of only three faculty members University-wide to be named a 2008 Penn State Teaching Fellow and to receive the Alumni/Student Award for Excellence in Teaching.
Internationally acclaimed civil rights advocate Morris Dees caps the ambitious, year-long Penn State Harrisburg diversity lecture series when he delivers a 6 p.m. free public lecture Tuesday, April 8 in the Student Center of the Capital Union Building.
As founder and chief trial counsel of the Southern Poverty Law Center in Montgomery, Ala., Dees has been a pioneer in suing hate groups and mapping new directions for the nonprofit organization.