In an effort to help address teacher shortages in Pennsylvania in critical areas such as special education, English, social studies and math, Penn State Harrisburg’s Teacher Education Program is offering post-baccalaureate certification for individuals who hold a baccalaureate degree and want to become certified to teach in the commonwealth.
The Office of Research and Outreach at Penn State Harrisburg has announced five research seed grant proposals to be funded through the college’s Exploration and Analysis Grants for Expanded Research (EAGER) and the Specialized Presentations to Enhance Awareness and Knowledge (SPEAK) programs.
Katie Koestner, founder of Take Back the Night Foundation, an international organization working to end sexual violence, support survivors and raise awareness, will share her story with the Penn State community during a free, virtual event at 5:30 p.m. Wednesday, April 21.
Penn State Harrisburg is offering two opportunities in April to learn more about its Career Studies program. The program provides individuals with intellectual disabilities and other developmental disabilities to participate in the university experience, audit academic courses and enroll in courses that focus on career development.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health recently announced the dates for phases 1B, 1C and 2 of the commonwealth’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution program and Penn State is strongly encouraging all students, faculty and staff to sign up to get a vaccine as soon as they are eligible to receive one.
As part of our regular "We Are!" feature, we recognize nine Penn Staters who have gone above and beyond what's asked of them in their work at the University. Thank you Wes, Sonia, Jennifer, Mary, Megan, Todd, Tami, Maria and Marie — and everyone who helps make Penn State such an incredible community!