One supervisory employee in a licensed food establishment must be certified in food safety and sanitation in order to be in compliance with the state’s Department of Agriculture Food Employee Certification Act.
Penn State Harrisburg is bringing courses that fulfill those requirements to Carlisle, Lebanon, Middletown, and New Bloomfield this fall.
A Penn State Harrisburg faculty member has not only co-authored a book tying sound environmental decisions to business profitability, he’s also had a hand in creating new words to describe the effort and those who embrace it.
The newly coined words are "ecolution" and "ecolutionaries."
A $1.37 million federal grant will now enable Penn State Harrisburg to extend its successful English as a Second Language certificate program to secondary teachers in math, social studies, language arts, and science throughout the Commonwealth.
Refined abstract paintings and mixed media works by Mechanicsburg artist Andrea Lynn Lentz are on public display through September 30 in the main central hallway of Penn State Harrisburg’s Olmsted Building.