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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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Penn State Harrisburg fall 2018 commencement to be live streamed

A live stream of the Penn State Harrisburg fall 2018 commencement ceremony will be available on Saturday, Dec. 15, beginning at approximately 9 a.m. The link will be available on the commencement website harrisburg.psu.edu/commencement.

Penn State Harrisburg alumna Jane Leipold to deliver commencement address

Penn State Harrisburg will hold its fall 2018 commencement ceremony at 9:30 a.m. on Saturday, Dec. 15. Approximately 740 degrees will be conferred. Penn State Harrisburg alumna and founder of JAL Executive HR Consulting Jane Leipold will deliver the keynote address at the ceremony.

Chancellor statement on discovery of swastika drawing in off-campus housing

Penn State Harrisburg Chancellor John Mason shares a message following the discovery of a swastika drawing in an off-campus apartment building near the college.
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Pandey examines innovative contracts for funding social issue initiatives

Penn State Harrisburg researcher Sheela Pandey, assistant professor of management in the School of Business Administration, is examining a new approach for funding initiatives aimed at solving challenging social issues. First launched in the United Kingdom in 2010 and in the U.S. in 2013, social impact bonds — or SIBs — are multi-party contracts between agencies seeking financial support and funders with money to lend them.
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'Ethicsville' town meeting at Penn State Harrisburg tackles school gun violence

Local high school students were recently invited to Penn State Harrisburg to take part in a town meeting for the fictional town of "Ethicsville." The discussion centered on the ethics of how to meet the threat of mass shootings in school settings.