American journalist and public radio personality Sarah Koenig will visit Penn State Harrisburg on Jan. 23 in the Mukund S. Kulkarni Theatre (SEC Building). Koenig is the host and co-creator of the award-winning investigative journalism podcast "Serial," as well as a former producer of the television and radio program “This American Life.”
This fall’s scholarly communications and copyright workshop slate will include in-person workshops at Penn State Behrend, Penn State Scranton and Penn State Harrisburg, as well as a full set of Zoom workshops, including our popular trainings on complying with public access policies from federal agencies. There are specialized workshops for thesis and dissertation writers, instructional designers and scholarly authors.
This summer, students, faculty and staff can participate in communications workshops that cover topics such as open access, copyright and fair-use policies. The workshops, offered through Aug. 13, are coordinated by Ana Enriquez, scholarly communications outreach librarian, and will take place via Zoom and in various locations across Penn State's campuses.
Penn State University Libraries Short Stories’ “The Other Side” spring 2019 contest winners included 11 student honorees, three faculty/staff honorees, and one local middle school student honoree. Each of the four Libraries Short Stories Editorial Board winners and the People’s Choice winner will receive a $100 Visa gift card. All winners and honorable mentions will have their stories placed on the Libraries’ Short Edition short story dispensers.
Janet Wong will share her path to becoming a writer and poet, read poetry, and discuss how poetry has the capacity to educate the heart as well as the mind, at Penn State Harrisburg on Thursday, April 11.
Penn State Harrisburg faculty and staff will discuss their works, published during the past year, at the college’s annual Celebration of Book Publishing and Artistic Accomplishments on March 21 at 3 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge.
As Penn State University Libraries launches into its third University-wide Libraries Short Stories writing contest, previous Penn State authors’ winning works now have twice the potential to be printed and read across Pennsylvania, with the University Libraries’ installation of new Short Edition story dispensers at five of its Commonwealth Campus libraries.
Penn State Harrisburg archivist and humanities reference librarian Heidi Abbey Moyer has authored the newest addition to Arcadia Publishing’s Campus History Series, “Penn State Harrisburg.” The book includes 200 vintage images, many of which have never been published, and chronicles Penn State Harrisburg’s history.