A course in career counseling allowed second year master’s students in Penn State Harrisburg’s applied clinical psychology program to conceptualize how the world of work and mental health influence one another. The students worked in pairs over the spring semester to research and produce methods of helping community members seek guidance for their careers.
Tyler Love, assistant professor of elementary/middle grades STEM education and director of the Capital Area Institute for Math and Science at Penn State Harrisburg recently was recognized by the International Technology and Engineering Educators Association with two awards.
Penn State Harrisburg this spring recognized outstanding employee contributions with the 2020 faculty and staff awards. Nominated by the college community, and selected by various award committees, several faculty and staff members received awards.
The Institute of State and Regional Affairs at Penn State Harrisburg has released a report to help guide strategic planning in response to the COVID-19 outbreak in Pennsylvania. The report compares counties in Pennsylvania based on medical risk factors relating to COVID-19.
Penn State Harrisburg has announced the appointment of Philip Sirinides as the director of the Institute for State and Regional Affairs (ISRA), and as a faculty member in the School of Behavioral Sciences and Education.