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.
On any given day, thousands of trains move across the American landscape. Each one of them might present a potential threat to the safety of individuals and families, to the continued functioning of our communities and the underpinnings of our economy.
With the creation of the Schwab Family Holocaust Reading Room, Penn State Harrisburg now has a visible centerpiece in its effort to establish the first Holocaust Study Center in the region.
A community and University focal point for Holocaust education, the Schwab Family Holocaust Reading Room is the result of a generous donation from Harrisburg resident Linda Schwab and the late Morris Schwab.
Penn State Harrisburg Professor of Humanities and English Matthew Wilson has been awarded a prestigious Fulbright Distinguished Chair in American Literature and Culture to teach and write at the English Institute, University of Poland for the 2007-08 academic year.
The latest scholarly research by Penn State Harrisburg Associate Professor of Criminal Justice Shaun L. Gabbidon has resulted in a book being heralded as the first to discern the contribution of W.E.B. Du Bois’ work to criminology and criminal justice.
Augustine (Augie) Bravo’s walk to the stage May 19 to receive his Penn State Harrisburg diploma was the culmination of a journey which took him from his home in California, to combat in Iraq, and now to full-time employment in the midstate.