Harrisburg student Griffen Martello spent the summer conducting research through the Multi-Campus Research Experience for Undergraduates program. The program allows undergraduate students to conduct a research project in conjunction with a faculty member from their home campus and one from University Park.
A pair of Penn State Harrisburg students were recognized with the Institute of Electrical and Electronic Engineers (IEEE) Susquehanna Section’s Capstone Award for 2023 for their project — a radio telescope control system that could help future students explore the stars.
Penn State Harrisburg recently announced the winners of its People to Watch Awards, graduates from each of the college’s schools who have made a significant contribution to the betterment of society through their personal and professional endeavors.
Penn State Harrisburg has announced the recipients of the college’s annual Alumni Achievement Awards. One graduate from each of the college’s five academic schools earned the accolade thanks to their outstanding professional accomplishments.
Shirley Clark, acting director of Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Science, Engineering, and Technology, has taken on the role of president of the Environmental and Water Resources Institute, part of the American Society of Civil Engineers, effective Oct. 1.
Whether reporting the news, inspecting cell towers or helping families in need, students at Penn State Harrisburg participated in summer internships to enhance their skills, make professional connections and get a jump start on future career paths.
Penn State Harrisburg has piloted a new podcast, titled the "Harrisburg Huddle," which explores the programs, research and people of the college. Each episode features conversations focusing on the real experiences of students, faculty and staff.
In its fifth year, the STEM Summer Enrichment Program at Penn State Harrisburg is designed to improve student preparedness for college while promoting STEM education through active learning experiences and activities. This summer, 28 students from 14 high schools in the central Pennsylvania region participated.
Penn State Harrisburg broadened access to and attracted a diverse field of more than 130 student participants to their April programming competition by incorporating ChatGPT and other generative artificial intelligence systems.