A new book by Dr. Robin Veder, associate professor of humanities and art history in the Penn State Harrisburg School of Humanities, titled The Living Line: Modern Art and the Economy of Energy, has been published by the Dartmouth College Press and the University Press of New England. The book addresses the role of body movement in the formation of American modernism.
Penn State Harrisburg will host the 10th annual Student Symposium, celebrating student academic and creative achievements on Friday, April 24 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m.
Donna Howard, associate director of campus life and intercultural affairs at Penn State Harrisburg has received the 2015 Penn State W. LaMarr Kopp International Achievement Award.
Listen to oral presenations from students for the 10th Annual Student Syposium during Research Week.
This reception is a multi-purpose event for the veterans' organization on campus.
Dr. Daniel Zachary, associate director for the energy policy and climate program at Johns Hopkins University, will explore the connections between God and science through the use of participant engagement.
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Whether the stock market or employment soars affects economic inequality in the United States
New research by political scientists at Penn State Harrisburg and the University at Buffalo find that Democrat and Republican presidents support different types of economic growth, which has significant effects on rising economic inequality in the U.S.