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Penn State Harrisburg track-and-field athlete wins NCAA title in discus throw

Penn State Harrisburg senior Cameron Yon became the first student-athlete in school history to win a national championship when he secured gold in the discus throw at the NCAA Division III Outdoor Track and Field Championships.
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Jesse Middaugh

Penn State Harrisburg Professor Middaugh named IST Faculty Member of the Year

Jesse Middaugh, assistant teaching professor of information sciences and technology in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Business Administration, was recently named the College of Information Sciences and Technology (IST) Statewide Faculty Member of the Year.
JASI

How Penn State helped these grads: 'This is a great chance to be a role model'

The newest class of sheriff deputies will graduate from the Pennsylvania Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Program, which the Penn State Justice and Safety Institute administers, on Friday, Nov. 22.

Penn State Harrisburg library announces short writing contest winners

The Penn State Harrisburg library invited students, faculty, and staff to tell a story about games this fall for the short writing contest, “For the Love of the Game.” Two students and two faculty members received wins and honorable mentions in the contest.
men's soccer team

Harrisburg men's soccer wins first NEAC title, heads to first NCAA tournament

Penn State Harrisburg men’s soccer won its first North Eastern Athletic Conference Championship by defeating Keuka College 3-2 in double overtime. For the first time in program history, the team will compete in the NCAA Division III Men's Soccer Championship Tournament.
Rizki Prasetyaningtyas and Saskia Putri

A sustainable answer to industrial pollution? That’s 'bananas'!

Penn State Harrisburg graduate students in environmental pollution control Rizki Prasetyaningtyas and Saskia Putri have been eating lots of bananas and oranges. All this fruit consumption has a purpose. The students are testing whether fruit peels can be used to remove heavy metals from wastewater coming from textile mills like the ones in their native country Indonesia.