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Students awarded for Capstone Design projects

Students Joshua Adams, Alex Preniczky, Ali Elakkari and Phu Trinh hold their James A. Andrews Memorial Award for Excellence in Capstone Design for personalized 3D printed implant for pediatric oncology bone loss.

Program highlights advancing equality in corporate America

Undergraduate and graduate students from Penn State Harrisburg were able to network with women and men from a number of companies at the recent Network of Executive Women’s (NEW) Greater Philadelphia regional committee meeting hosted by the Penn State Harrisburg School of Business Administration.
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Newest class of sheriff deputies set to graduate from Penn State-run academy

The newest class of sheriff deputies graduated from Pennsylvania’s Sheriff and Deputy Sheriff Education and Training Program, which the Penn State Justice and Safety Institute administers, on Friday, May 18.

Penn State Harrisburg adds two new integrated programs

Penn State Harrisburg now offers two new integrated programs in criminal justice and information systems, enabling qualified students the ability to earn a bachelor’s and master’s degree in five years.
Nittany Watson Challenge

Nittany AI Challenge offers $100,000 in funding

Penn State students, faculty and staff are invited to compete for $100,000 in funding during the Nittany AI Challenge. The challenge, sponsored by the Penn State EdTech Network, will give participating teams the opportunity to explore artificial intelligence in higher education to improve the student experience at Penn State, solve real-world problems at the University, and generate startup ideas. The deadline for idea submissions is Jan. 29.

Women’s mentoring program opens doors for Penn State Harrisburg students

The Executive Women's Mentoring Program provides women business students at Penn State Harrisburg a valuable opportunity to have a mentor in the corporate world.
John Urschel

John Urschel to visit Penn State Harrisburg

John Urschel, former Penn State football player, will visit Penn State Harrisburg on Nov. 8 to share his journey of where a love of math has taken him and where it can take students. He will explain how math extends far beyond the confines of the classroom and into everyday life.
Sell-A-Thon Students

Harrisburg students compete nationally at Pi Sigma Epsilon Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon

For a team of students from Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Business Administration, participating in the Pi Sigma Epsilon Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon in St. Louis, Missouri, this spring was an opportunity to compete nationally with other business students from across the country.
Sell-A-Thon Students

Harrisburg students succeed in business at national Pi Sigma Epsilon Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon

Students who participated in the national Pi Sigma Epsilon Pro-Am Sell-A-Thon included, from left to right, Jake H. Nickalls, Samantha Pazos, Irenitemi Famadewa, Tanushree B. Lahiry, and Kenshay Kerr.

Graduate students take on special projects benefiting community veterans

Samantha Schaffer and Tyler Patton, students in Penn State Harrisburg’s master of professional accounting program in the School of Business Administration, recently completed projects benefiting local veterans’ organizations. As part of a special topics course, the students assisted two organizations with creating bylaws and gaining tax-exempt statuses from the state and federal governments.

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