In 1997, Quay Hanna set out on a mission to challenge racist and prejudiced views in his small community of Strasburg, Pa. Now, 10 years later, he is one of the most sought after speakers in America addressing the topic of racism with teenagers and young adults.
Eight Penn State Harrisburg graduate students, one recent graduate, and two faculty members will be among the scholars discussing their current research at the annual conference of the Middle Atlantic American Studies Association March 30 and 31 in Baltimore.
The next installment in the college Faculty Seminar Series hosted by the offices of Academic Affairs and Research and Graduate Studies will feature Associate Professor of Adult Education Edward W. Taylor addressing "Faux Painting to Bird Watching: Teaching in Nonformal Settings."
Debra Puglisi Sharp was the kind of woman who got misty at Coke jingles and Hallmark cards. Trusting and idealistic, she was, in her own words, sentimental to a fault. Until the day it all changed in a brutal instant.
A "Boobies Ball" to fund cancer awareness and research is coming to Penn State Harrisburg Friday, March 23.
Sponsored by the student Lion Ambassador organization on campus, the 9 p.m. to midnight dance in the Capital Union Building, all proceeds will be donated to the Middletown-based "Feel Your Boobies" Foundation.
In observance of Women’s History Month, the public "Women in Society" series of events returns to Penn State Harrisburg March 20 through March 22.
Hosted and organized by the college Liaison Committee to the University Commission for Women, the series offers a variety of events ranging from a book signing, free health screenings, personal safety awareness, and a panel discussion featuring alumni. All events are free and open to the public.
MIDDLETOWN, Pa. — Penn State Harrisburg, with the largest selection of master’s and doctoral programs in the region, is hosting a Graduate School Information Night at 6 p.m. Thursday, April 12 in the campus library.