Penn State Harrisburg will host the Keystone Health Promotion Conference, June 16 through 18 in the Educational Activities Building on campus. The conference provides an opportunity for health education, health promotion, and wellness professionals from schools, hospitals, universities, and businesses to experience, examine, and evaluate components of health promotion programs for themselves, their students, and their employees. This year’s conference will focus on three specific themes: physical activity a
Sixteen students from the Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Business Administration were recently inducted into Beta Gamma Sigma, the international honor society that recognizes students in the top 10 percent of baccalaureate and top 20 percent of graduate programs at schools accredited by AACSB International – the Association to Advance Collegiate Schools of Business.
Penn State Harrisburg held its spring 2015 commencement on Sunday, May 10 at the Giant Center in Hershey, Pennsylvania. More than 550 students received their degrees at the event. James R. Hoehn, regional president of the Central Pennsylvania region for PNC Bank, delivered the keynote address.
The Keystone Health Promotion Conference provides an opportunity for health education, health promotion, and wellness professionals from schools, hospitals, universities, and businesses to experience, examine, and evaluate components of health promotion programs for themselves, their students, and their employees.
Information will be sent out to all new graduate students regarding tours, campus information, networking, information concerning Graduate Professional Student Council, and a light dinner will be served.
Come hear several Global Ambassadors share their challenges and victories in the classroom, their needs and opportunities, and various resources that have helped them become successful students.
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As part of Penn State President Eric Barron's INVENT Penn State initiative, Penn State Harrisburg has been awarded $50,000 in seed funding to help the college develop the Center for the Next Step, which will enhance entrepreneurial environments and encourage students, faculty and community members to transform their intellectual property and creative works for local businesses, industries and communities.