two male students demonstrating a cast removal project

Harrisburg students awarded for 2023 Capstone Design projects

Outstanding student projects were recognized during the Penn State Harrisburg School of Science, Engineering, and Technology Capstone Design Conference held in April. The conference was the culmination of students’ undergraduate studies and provided the opportunity to combine classroom learning with real-life applications and collaborate with industry sponsors.
Two men pour water into a device planted in the ground to measure infiltration rates

Penn State Harrisburg team investigates the cause, impact of Middletown flooding

Through a $120,000 Pennsylvania Sea Grant, Clark, along with Anthony Buccitelli, associate professor of American studies and communications, and Jeffrey Tolbert, assistant professor of American studies and folklore, are pursuing an interdisciplinary research project combining engineering and ethnography to examine flooding in the Middletown community.
Collage of six headshot photos of student marshals

Penn State Harrisburg announces spring 2023 commencement marshals

Penn State Harrisburg has named six graduates to represent each academic school and graduate studies as student marshals for the spring 2023 commencement ceremony. The graduates will bear the banners representing each academic school and, together with the faculty marshals, lead the graduating students during the commencement processional.
A student sits on the edge of a steel bridge that has "Penn State Harrisburg" painted on it

Students apply their skills in civil engineering competition

Penn State Harrisburg students had the chance to test their engineering skills during the 2023 American Society of Civil Engineers Mid-Atlantic West Student Symposium. The college, along with York College of Pennsylvania, hosted this year’s symposium, which drew students from 11 regional colleges to the Harrisburg campus April 13-15.
A collage of images of students presenting their Capstone projects

Annual Capstone Design Conference to showcase student innovation and creativity

Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Science, Engineering, and Technology will hold its annual Capstone Design Conference on April 22 at various locations on campus. Each year, engineering and computer science students culminate their undergraduate studies with these senior projects where they are given the opportunity to combine classroom learning with real-life applications, as well as collaborate with industry sponsors.