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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 … more
Stand for State, Penn State’s bystander intervention initiative, recently asked students, faculty and staff at all Penn State campuses to explore what connects us as part of an interactive … more
The Office for General Education has announced this year’s seed grants to support the development of Integrative Studies courses. The awarded proposals are representative of a wide range of … more
Students have the option for taking summer courses as easily as 1-2-3 — one course, two weeks, three credits. more
Penn State Harrisburg will honor the memory of Penn State Harrisburg alumna Courtney Pollock, who died in June 2013 from cancer, with the dedication of the Courtney Pollock Memorial Field and … more
Penn State Harrisburg researchers Anne Douds, lecturer in criminal justice, and Eileen Ahlin, assistant professor of criminal justice, discuss their recently published book, “Rethinking … more
Through her research, Meng-Hua Hsieh, assistant professor of marketing in the School of Business Administration at Penn State Harrisburg, is examining the influence of power on health decisions. more
To continue to provide students with accurate information, answers to commonly asked questions submitted during a recent Town Hall on graduate student unionization are now available online. Penn … more
On April 7, Penn State Health Department of Physical Medicine and Rehabilitation will host an event showcasing recreational activities for all ages and abilities with an emphasis on adapted … more
The dates, times and locations for the Penn State graduate student union election have been released by the Pennsylvania Labor Relations Board. All eligible graduate students are encouraged to … more