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Alexander Guk earns Alumni Achievement Award

Mechanicsburg resident Alexander Guk’s rapid ascent in the business world has earned him a prestigious Penn State recognition.

$1.65 million grant will fund long-term care study

The Pennsylvania Department of Public Welfare (DPW) has asked a research team at Penn State Harrisburg to develop and implement a plan to explore issues related to current and projected participation in long-term care services.

Harry Yaverbaum, K.D. Patel join college Board of Advisers

Two community and business leaders, Harry I. Yaverbaum and K.D. Patel, have been appointed to the Penn State Harrisburg Board of Advisers.

George R. Zoffinger

George Zoffinger to deliver commencement keynote

George R. Zoffinger, one of Penn State Harrisburg’s most distinguished graduates, will deliver the keynote address at the college’s May 19 commencement ceremonies at the Giant Center in Hershey.

College offers three summer study tours

This summer, you can learn about the arts and decorative arts of Pennsylvania, take a grand tour of Lancaster County, and even study the natural history of the Hawaiian Archipelago through study tours offered by the college’s Office of Continuing Education.

Rome Study Tour 2007

32 students participate in study tour to Rome

The recent college-sponsored study tour to Rome not only featured stops at many of the Eternal City’s tourist spots, but a week-long emersion into the culture and language of Italy.

Thirty-two students took advantage of the trip organized by the Penn State Harrisburg Honors Program. They were accompanied by two assistants and three faculty and staff. Students ranged from freshman to seniors and from 18 to 40 years of age.

Penn State Harrisburg honors outstanding students at Awards Convocation

MIDDLETOWN, Pa. — Penn State Harrisburg honored 102 outstanding students at its 2007 Student Awards Convocation. Students honored and their places of residence include:

Electrical students capture honors in regional competition

Electrical Engineering and Electrical Engineering Technology undergraduate students from Penn State Harrisburg walked away with a third place award in the annual Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE) Region 2 Student Activities Conference at the University of Cincinnati April 13 to 15.

Student creates touching online video tribute of condolence

Penn State Harrisburg junior Brighid Wood’s touching online video tribute of condolences from colleges and universities nationwide to the Virginia Tech community is attracting national attention.

Dr. Madlyn L. Hanes

A statement from Chancellor Madlyn L. Hanes on the Virginia Tech tragedy

I know you join me in extending our deepest sympathy to the members of the broader Virginia Tech community for their tragic, tragic loss.