Society, Arts and Humanities

Subscribe to Society, Arts and Humanities
spiritual

Researcher examines religion and patient-therapist relationships

Stephanie Winkeljohn Black, assistant professor of psychology in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Behavioral Sciences and Education, sees a gap between how mental health counselors manage religious beliefs and the type of understanding and care that their clients need. She has made closing that gap a mission.
Wenhong Luo

Luo to present on China’s art underworlds

Wenhong Luo, a visiting scholar in Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Humanities, is an assistant curator at the Yunnan Nationalities Museum (YNM) in Kunming, China, where her primary responsibilities include conducting ethnic material culture research, producing ethnic art exhibits, and coordinating international cooperation.

Alex Bouril and Michael Li

Students’ technology idea aims to help fight worldwide hunger

Students Alex Bouril and Michael Li of Penn State Harrisburg demonstrate their NuntAgri supply chain management platform, created with three other students, which could help fight worldwide hunger.

Kaitlyn Rhubright

Rhubright presents at undergraduate research day at the Capitol

Kaitlyn Rhubright, an undergraduate student majoring in criminal justice and psychology at Penn State Harrisburg, was one of just 11 Penn State students selected to present their research to Pennsylvania legislators at the State Capitol Building in Harrisburg, on April 25.
Kaitlyn Rhubright

Rhubright presents at undergraduate research day at the Capitol

Kaitlyn Rhubright, an undergraduate student majoring in criminal justice and psychology at Penn State Harrisburg, presented research on the death penalty at undergraduate research day at the Pennsylvania State Capitol Building in April.

police worn body camera

Researcher examines public opinion on policing issues

Data from a recent survey by the Center for Survey Research at Penn State Harrisburg shows how Pennsylvanians view key policing topics, including what defines police legitimacy and whether or not police wearing body cameras makes us feel safer.

Pages