Celebrating 20 years of the Applied Behavioral Analysis program

In the 20 years since its inception, the Penn State Harrisburg applied behavioral analysis program — and the discipline in general — has seen exponential growth. Today, the program produces some of the most highly qualified, sought-after leaders in applied behavior analysis, with graduates working in hospitals, schools, and community-based organizations; as well as working as professors, clinicians, and researchers.
Collage of six photos of the Penn State Harrisburg student marshals

Penn State Harrisburg announces fall 2022 commencement marshals

Penn State Harrisburg has selected six graduates to represent each academic school and graduate studies as student marshals for fall 2022. The graduates will bear the banners representing each academic school and, together with the faculty marshals, lead the graduating students during the commencement processional.
Headshot photo of student veteran Andrew Butch on the Penn State Harrisburg campus

Harrisburg student veterans seek to connect their peers with resources

When Andrew Butch was forced to retire from the U.S. Army in 2017, he felt like the rug had been pulled out from under him. Now a graduate student earning his master’s degree in applied clinical psychology, Butch and others on campus are working to better connect student veterans with the resources and support they need.