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Penn State Harrisburg dedicates the Courtney Pollock Memorial Field and Softball Complex

Penn State Harrisburg named its softball field and complex in honor of Courtney Pollock, an alumna of the college who passed away in 2013.

NSF Student Working in Lab

NSF Student Working in Lab

NSF Student Working in Lab

Chancellor and student

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Dr. Mukund Kulkarni, who presided over his last commencement as chancellor at Penn State Harrisburg, congratulates a graduate.  Kulkarni will retire at the end of June 2018.

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Study tour takes students on a business trip to London

Penn State Harrisburg School of Business Administration students got a week-long look at international business during a recent London study tour.

Emily Brown

Emily Brown named new director of Harrisburg economic development course

Emily Brown will head Penn State Harrisburg's nationally accredited economic development course.

Emily Brown

Emily Brown named new director of Harrisburg economic development course

Emily Brown will head Penn State Harrisburg's nationally accredited economic development course.

Beta Gamma Sigma 2018

Beta Gamma Sigma 2018

Penn State Harrisburg's 2018 Inductees of Beta Gamma Sigma Honor Society including Chapter Honoree David Blain (2nd row, far right), Faculty Inductee Dr. Sabri Yilmaz (2nd row, far left), Dr. Ozge Aybat (1st row, far left), and Professor of the Year Dr. William Kline (1st row, 2nd to left).

Summer Math Class

Summer Math Class

Students can select from a variety of courses during their summer at Penn State Harrisburg

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Students’ storm water study aims to reduce local flooding

Shirley Clark, professor of environmental engineering at Penn State Harrisburg (left), discusses data and ideas with students Angela Brackbill and Mitchell Brady.

students studying storm water system

Students’ storm water study aims to reduce local flooding

Senior engineering students at Penn State Harrisburg are studying Middletown Borough's storm water systems in an effort to reduce local flooding.  From left to right: Huzeifa Amiji, Christopher Homer, and Colton Bowen 

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