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Penn State Harrisburg hosts “Discovering Henrietta: An Evening with the Lacks Family and Rebecca Skloot”

"The Immortal Life of Henrietta Lacks" was chosen as this year's Penn State Harrisburg Reads selection.

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Penn State Harrisburg recognizes alumni achievement

Penn State Harrisburg recently presented Alumni Achievement Awards to one graduate of each of the five academic schools who demonstrates outstanding professional accomplishment. The awards were presented during a ceremony on campus on Sept. 21. Awardees included Stephen Guillard, Judy Hricak, William Pugh, Jay Spector and Susan Steele.
group of alumni achievement award winners

Penn State Harrisburg recognizes alumni achievement

Alumni achievement award winners who attended the ceremony include (from left to right): Judy Hricak, William Pugh, Jay Spector, and Susan Steele.

Penn State Harrisburg study tours take education around the world

Penn State Harrisburg’s International Study Tours provide students an exciting opportunity to travel the world and learn about different countries through first-hand experience. In spring 2019, the college is offering study tours to London, Rome, and Spain.
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Richard Ross to discuss art in activism at Penn State Harrisburg

The Criminal Justice Club at Penn State Harrisburg will host photographer, researcher, and professor of art Richard Ross from 6 to 8 p.m. Thursday, Sept. 27, in the Morrison Gallery in the college’s library. Ross will discuss his book “Juvenile in Justice,” and using art in activism.
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Celebrate Constitution Day with Penn State Harrisburg

Penn State Harrisburg will hold its Constitution Day celebration Sept. 17.

holding pocket Constitution

Celebrate Constitution Day with Penn State Harrisburg

Penn State Harrisburg will hold its Constitution Day celebration Sept. 17.

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Harrisburg receives state grant to plan teacher residency program

Penn State Harrisburg is among eight universities to receive state funding to develop and implement year-long undergraduate residency programs for teachers. The initiative is a part of Pennsylvania Governor Tom Wolf’s commitment to increase and retain the number of qualified teachers serving the state’s public schools.
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Harrisburg receives state grant to plan teacher residency program

The planned teacher residency program aims to increase and retain teachers in Pennsylvania. 

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