The Penn State Harrisburg team of students Austin Barket, Isaac Polinsky, and Siddharth Dahiya placed 17th in the United States and 120th in the world, in the IEEEXtreme 7.0 Programming Contest, held on October 26. The contest is sponsored by the Institute of Electrical and Electronics Engineers (IEEE).
Pennsylvania Transportation Secretary Barry Schoch will deliver the keynote address at Penn State Harrisburg’s December 21 commencement ceremony.
As we begin to experience more winter weather, here are some important reminders related to college operations during periods of inclement weather conditions and weather-related emergencies.
View portfolios created by secondary and elementary education candidates that showcase their proficiencies in the four domains in Danielson's Framework for Teaching.
This course will meet weekly, excluding November 28, 2013.
Learn the fundamentals of water polo! A great workout and lots of fun! Co-ed teams of 7-8 players.
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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.