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Lisa Gansky

Lisa Gansky, entrepreneur and bestselling author, to speak at Harrisburg

Lisa Gansky, entrepreneur and bestselling author to present “The Mesh: Why the Future of Business Is Sharing” as part of the PNC Thought Leaders Lecture Series.

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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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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 10 years, Penn State's College of Agricultural Sciences has taken a lead role in solving this problem.
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.

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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.

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Students awarded for Capstone Design projects

Students who won the James A. Andrews Memorial Award for Excellence in Capstone Design designed a personalized 3D printed implant for a pediatric cancer patient with bone loss. Prototypes of the implant were 3D printed from both a plastic material and titanium alloy.

Exoskeleton hand for rehabilitation

Student innovation and creativity on display at annual Capstone Design Conference

Students developed an exoskeleton device for hand rehabilitation intended for people who have partially lost the ability to control the hand muscles. 

Kuan Huang

Three Penn State Harrisburg grad students receive University information literacy awards

Kuan Huang, a graduate student in environmental pollution control at Penn State Harrisburg, took first place honors in The University Libraries Award for Information Literacy.

Dr. Winkeljohn Black

Dr. Stephanie Winkeljohn Black

Stephanie Winkeljohn Black

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Researcher examines religion and patient-therapist relationships

Stephanie Winkeljohn Black, assistant professor of psychology at Penn State Harrisburg, is seeking to bridge the gap between how mental health counselors manage religious beliefs and the type of understanding and care that their clients need.

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