As part of Penn State Harrisburg’s Center for Holocaust and Jewish Studies speaker series, Lisa Shifren will have a gallery opening and artist’s talk to discuss her recent body of work, “Grace. Dignity. Humility. Compassion. Photographic Portraits: The Holocaust Survivors of Baltimore” on Tuesday, December 1 at noon in the campus library Morrison Gallery.
A team of five students won the ‘hack challenge’ during Penn State’s 24-hour HackPSU competition.
In an effort to upgrade and expand the college’s athletic facilities and program support and help student athletes reach individual and team success, Penn State Harrisburg has announced that it will aim to raise $6 million.
Come listen to Dan Barlup, supervisor of utility operations at Penn State Harrisburg, discuss campus sustainability and energy efficient initiatives.
In addition to being a photographer and digital artist, Lisa works as a Jewish communal professional at Jewish Community Services in Baltimore with Holocaust survivors, who are the subjects of her recent body of work titled "Grace. Dignity. Humility. Compassion. Photographic Portraits: The Holocaust Survivors of Baltimore."
Please join us at Dr. Lappas presents "The Embarrassment of Innocence: America's Problem with Wrongful Convictions."
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As part of Penn State Harrisburg’s faculty seminar series, Dr. Spero Lappas, lecturer in the School of Public Affairs, will present "The Embarrassment of Innocence: America's Problem with Wrongful Convictions" on Wednesday, December 2 from noon to 1:30 p.m. in the Olmsted Building Gallery Lounge.