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Library hosting ‘Traditional Music of Pennsylvania’ concert series

"Traditional Music of Pennsylvania" is the focus of three upcoming concerts hosted by Penn State Harrisburg’s library.

Harrisburg artist’s work on exhibit in Olmsted Building

The work of Harrisburg artist Viktor Terechko is on public display through March 30 in the main central hallway of Olmsted Building at Penn State Harrisburg.

College hosts MATHCOUNTS competition Feb. 3

Hershey Middle School will be seeking its fourth straight championship when teams from 25 area schools converge on Penn State Harrisburg Saturday, Feb. 3 for the 23rd annual MATHCOUNTS Competition.

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Faculty member awarded grant to research how terrorists learn

A Penn State Harrisburg faculty member´s ongoing research is aimed at helping the U.S. Justice Department and law enforcement authorities thwart possible terrorist attacks against the United States.

University Alumni Association honors Harter

In honor of his tireless volunteer efforts on behalf of the University, Life Sciences Greenhouse Senior Vice President Kevin M. Harter, '90 IS, '05 MBA, has been named the recipient of one of the Alumni Association's most coveted honors.

Harter, chair of the Penn State Harrisburg Board of Advisers, received the University's Philip Philip Mitchell Service Award during formal ceremonies October 13 at University Park.

New, eight-court hoverter tennis complex dedicated

The new Hoverter Tennis Complex on campus was formally dedicated during noontime ceremonies Thursday, Aug. 31.

Mahar fund will enhance music offerings

Throughout his distinguished academic career, music and service to students were passions of Dr. William J. Mahar. His 35 years at Penn State Harrisburg included tenures as director of the School of Humanities from 1984 to 2002 and then as Senior Associate Dean for Academic Affairs until his retirement this year.

Scholarship rewards student focus on ethics in business

Lititz residents Thomas and Suzan Hollinger have established a scholarship at the college which reinforces the need for ethical conduct in the business and corporate worlds.

The Ethics in Business Annual Scholarship is for undergraduate and graduate students enrolled or planning to enroll at Penn State Harrisburg who have a demonstrated need for funds to meet their necessary college expenses and who are majoring in a School of Business Administration program.

Scholarship acknowledges students who assist others

Students in the college's doctoral program in Adult Education who go beyond academic excellence to help fellow students are now being rewarded with a scholarship.

The Blue Sky Women's Learned Society Award for Female Graduate Students in Adult Education has been created by a group of the program's graduates who wish to remain anonymous. The honor is designed to award students who go above and beyond academic excellence and help others in their educational pursuits.

Mid-day Madness kicks off seasons

Mid-Day Madness came to campus October 15 as the men's and women's basketball teams celebrated the return of varsity intercollegiate competition to the college.