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Penn Staters Making an Impact

Penn State Harrisburg students have a passion for giving back to the community. They go above and beyond, giving their time to senior citizens, elementary and secondary school students, children suffering from cancer, shelters, soup kitchens, hospitals, and much more.
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Students awarded for Capstone Design projects

Outstanding student projects were recognized during the recent Penn State Harrisburg School of Science, Engineering, and Technology Capstone Design Conference. The conference is the culmination of students’ undergraduate studies and provides the opportunity to combine classroom learning with real-life applications, as well as collaborate with industry sponsors.
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Student innovation and creativity on display at Capstone Design Conference

More than 60 projects in the program areas of civil engineering and structural design/construction engineering technology; electrical engineering and electrical engineering technology; computer science; and mechanical engineering and mechanical engineering technology were on display during the Penn State Harrisburg School of Science, Engineering and Technology annual Capstone Design Conference held in May.

Program highlights advancing equality in corporate America

Undergraduate and graduate students from Penn State Harrisburg were able to network with women and men from a number of companies at the recent Network of Executive Women’s (NEW) Greater Philadelphia regional committee meeting hosted by the Penn State Harrisburg School of Business Administration.
Ashley Williams

Williams becomes Penn State Harrisburg’s first female All-American athlete

Penn State Harrisburg track and field’s Ashley Williams is the college’s first female All-American athlete, finishing eighth nationally in the 60-meter hurdles at the NCAA Division III Indoor Championships in Birmingham, Alabama.
Penn State Schuylkill students Marla, Ian, and Alyssa build a wall in their Portugal Habitat for Humanity build site.

An uplifting trip: Habitat for Humanity Portugal

Nine Penn State students from three different campuses — Schuylkill, University Park and Harrisburg — were charged with helping to build the exterior walls for a home of three in the city of Amarante in the northern Portuguese district of Porto, where they discovered, “Te deixas sempre um pouco de ti e lleas also contigo” — "You always leave a bit of you and always take something with you." The students traveled to Portugal as part of a Habitat for Humanity International Global Village Trip to Amarante, Portugal, May 5-14, thanks to a grant from Penn State's Student Engagement Network.