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Chancellor John M. Mason Jr. poses for a group photo along with his wife, Michelle, daughter, Meghan, and the Nittany Lion during move-in at Penn State Harrisburg.

Move-In at Penn State Harrisburg

Dr. John M. Mason Jr., who was recently appointed chancellor of Penn State Harrisburg, poses with his wife, Michelle, daughter, Meghan, and the Nittany Lion during move-in. 

Annie Hughes

Annie Hughes named director of Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Penn State Harrisburg has named Annie Hughes director of the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship.
Annie Hughes

Annie Hughes named director of Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship

Hughes, formerly of The Hershey Company, will lead the Center for Innovation and Entrepreneurship at Penn State Harrisburg.

Educational Activities Building on Penn State Harrisburg's campus

Educational Activities Building

Educational Activities Building on Penn State Harrisburg's campus

Student Enrichment Center and fountain on Penn State Harrisburg's campus

Student Enrichment Center and fountain

Student Enrichment Center and fountain on Penn State Harrisburg's campus

Students walking on quad in front of Olmsted Building at Penn State Harrisburg

Students on quad

Students walking on quad in front of Olmsted Building at Penn State Harrisburg

View of fountain and campus quad area at Penn State Harrisburg

View of fountain and campus quad area

View of fountain and campus quad area

students pose for a photo in front of Penn State Harrisburg's Lion Shrine and Library

Lion Shrine with Students

Students pose for a photo in front of Penn State Harrisburg's Lion Shrine and Library

Susquehanna farmland

Saving the Bay

Nutrient pollution is a major issue affecting water quality around the world: the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency names it “one of America's most widespread, costly and challenging environmental problems.” The Chesapeake Bay, with some 64,000 square miles of land draining into a shallow, narrow body of water just 200 miles long, is in some respects a worst-case scenario. Over the last ten years, Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences has taken a lead role in solving this problem.

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