Penn State Harrisburg will welcome Charles Eisenstein to campus on Tuesday, December 10 from 6 to 8 p.m. in the Capital Union Building (CUB) Student Activities Room for a discussion entitled “The More Beautiful World Our Hearts Know is Possible.”
Penn State Harrisburg police are advising the campus community that during the past week, several unlocked vehicles parked on campus were entered. Also during this same time period, a Samsung Galaxy tablet was stolen from the Capital Union Building men’s locker room.
This safety alert serves as a reminder to always lock your vehicle and to always secure your personal property. These simple practices are the best way to help prevent crime and to keep yourself and your belongings safe.
The Penn State Harrisburg Lions will donate all proceeds from their men’s and women’s basketball double header on Dec. 1 to support the Radabaugh Relief Fund. The Lions will host Penn State Altoona for the women's basketball game at 1 p.m. and Lebanon Valley College for a men's game at 3 p.m.
A collection barrel will be in the lobby of Olmsted. Please donate nonperishable food items and help to end hunger.
Come to our résumé writing workshop to build your first résumé, or update a current one. Learn the tips to having a powerful résumé which includes the information employers want to see. If you already have a résumé, bring it with you.
To pre-register for the workshop go to Career Services in the Susquehanna Bldg., phone 717-948-6260, or email email@example.com.
The Center for Signal Integrity (Penn State Harrisburg) and IEEE Susquehanna Section would like to invite you to a Technical Talk "New Connectors for the New Trend", by Joshua Benjesorf, CEO of NMC Corporation.
Venue: Special Events Room, Penn State Harrisburg
Dinner at: 6:30 p.m. (Dinner cost $20.00) Students half-price
Talk at: 7:30 p.m. (no cost for talk only)
Date: Tuesday, December 10
For registration, please contact Dr. Aldo Morales, firstname.lastname@example.org or 717-948-6379.
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In graduate school, Dr. Kimberly A. Schreck met a 14-year-old boy with autism who changed her life.
The boy didn’t just sleepwalk – he threw furniture out of second floor windows while sleeping. Schreck began wondering whether the boy’s sleep deprivation contributed to his aggression.
“Nobody had ever looked at that,” said Schreck, now professor of psychology and program chair of social sciences and psychology at Penn State Harrisburg.
Her graduate school advisor said, “You’ll spend your career working on this.” He was right.