The library building at Penn State Harrisburg has been named the Madlyn Levine Hanes Library in honor of the University’s senior vice president for Commonwealth Campuses and executive chancellor, who retired from Penn State on Aug. 1.
Bing Ran, associate professor of public administration, and Philip Sirinides, director of the college’s Institute of State and Regional Affairs and associate professor of education, recently received grants from the Center for Rural Pennsylvania to study Pennsylvania populations. Both studies will provide insight into the implications of the changing population in Pennsylvania.
Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Science, Engineering and Technology will present a Lightning Round Seminar Series to promote research and discovery and grow collaborations among faculty. Multiple presentations are planned throughout the spring in the Educational Activities Building (Room 102) on campus and via webinar at psu.zoom.us/j/91782813316.
Penn State Harrisburg’s Center for Holocaust and Jewish Studies to welcome Waitman Wade Beorn, who will present his lecture “Army of Darkness: Crimes of the German Army and Their Afterlives” at noon Tuesday, Jan. 25 via webinar.
Enrolled students who are noncompliant with the weekly required testing will lose access to Canvas until they become compliant. Continued noncompliance will result in additional disciplinary sanctions, up to and including conduct suspension upon the completion of a formal student conduct process.
The "Life Unites Us" campaign, an evidence-based approach to reducing the stigma of opioid use disorder, has announced findings from its first year. Penn State Harrisburg's Douglas W. Pollock Center for Addiction Outreach and Research is one of the partners in the project.