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Amber Sessoms and Nittany Lion

Penn State Harrisburg celebrates fall 2017 graduates

Amber Sessoms, who received her doctor of education degree, with a major in adult education, poses with the Nittany Lion at Penn State Harrisburg's fall 2017 commencement ceremony. 

Students with senior

Sharing life stories bonds students and senior citizens, enhances quality of life

Penn State Harrisburg students Jing Wen Guo and Ann Asaah share the scrapbook they made for Middletown Home resident Richard Huber.

Security Center launches grant program for Penn State faculty, researchers

The Center for Security Research and Education at Penn State invites University faculty and researchers to apply to its new grant program to support security-related scholarship and educational programs at Penn State.
John Urschel

Heard on Campus: Mathematician John Urschel

Former Penn State and NFL football player John Urschel discusses his love of math during a recent visit to Penn State Harrisburg.

John Urschel

John Urschel to visit Penn State Harrisburg

John Urschel, former Penn State and NFL football player, will share his journey of where a love of math has taken him and where it can take students and explain how math extends far beyond the confines of the classroom and into everyday life. 

Wenhong Luo

Luo to present on China’s art underworlds

Wenhong Luo, a visiting scholar in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Humanities, is an assistant curator at the Yunnan Nationalities Museum (YNM) in Kunming, China, where her primary responsibilities include conducting ethnic material culture research, producing ethnic art exhibits, and coordinating international cooperation.

Alex Bouril and Michael Li

Students’ technology idea aims to help fight worldwide hunger

Students Alex Bouril and Michael Li of Penn State Harrisburg demonstrate their NuntAgri supply chain management platform, created with three other students, which could help fight worldwide hunger.

Chorney recognized for commitment to diversity and inclusion in technology

Michael Chorney, professor of biology in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Science, Engineering, and Technology, has received the Technology Council of Central PA’s (TCCP) Inclusive Competitiveness in Technology Award, presented at the inaugural Women in Tech event this summer.