The Center for Holocaust and Jewish Studies at Penn State Harrisburg will welcome Jeffrey Herf to campus on Tuesday, March 28, in the Kulkarni Theatre, SEC Building on campus. The event is free and open to the public.
Penn State University Libraries’ Madlyn L. Hanes Library at Penn State Harrisburg is hosting a traveling exhibition titled “Out on Campus: A History of LGBTQ+ Activism at Pennsylvania Colleges and Universities” Feb. 20–March 3 on the library’s first floor.
Taura L. Barr, associate professor of clinical nursing at The Ohio State University’s College of Nursing, will be the speaker at the Penn State Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing's 2023 joint Jean Vallance Lecture in Nursing Innovation/WE LEAD Inspirational Leader Speaker Series on Friday, March 31, at the Wyndham Garden State College. The lecture will be offered in-person as well as via webinar.
The Penn State Center for Socially Responsible Artificial Intelligence recently announced the results of its third seed funding competition. The center awarded $145,000 to advance six interdisciplinary research projects that feature researchers from eight colleges and institutes.
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.
Penn State Harrisburg students Kiet Le and Hannah Odom have been named the college’s first Noyce Scholars through a new program that aims to address the critical need for secondary mathematics teachers in high-need school districts.
The Penn State Water Council announced that registration is open for the Fall 2022 Water Community Event. The event is for faculty, postdocs, staff and students working on, or with interest in, water and water-related efforts.