Penn State students from seven Commonwealth Campuses presented their research to a panel of faculty-judges during the seventh annual Penn State Eastern Regional Undergraduate Research Symposium. Held on April 20 at Penn State Brandywine, the event featured undergraduate student-faculty research projects spanning numerous academic disciplines.
On Tuesday, April 25 and Thursday, April 27, Penn State Worthington Scranton held its fourth annual Senior English Symposium in which students present their literary research project to faculty, staff and students.
Each year, Penn State Worthington Scranton hosts an Etiquette Dinner for graduating students to teach them the finer points of dining etiquette, so that they can properly conduct themselves on interview luncheons, dinners, and at formal, professional events that they attend as young professionals.
Dr. Renee Bishop-Pierce has received seed money from Penn State and the University of Split, in Croatia, to create a long-term, self-supporting sustainable research collaboration on the impact of subterranean groundwater discharge on coastal ecosystems in Croatia. She leaves in May to continue the research she began in 2012.
This spring Penn State expects to award 13,894 diplomas to students University-wide who are completing 226 associate, 11,435 baccalaureate, 1,590 master’s, 262 law, 244 doctoral and 137 medical degrees. Following is a compilation of commencement ceremonies and speaker information for Penn State’s 24 locations.
It’s no secret that Penn State includes a network of campuses throughout the state of Pennsylvania, but incoming students may not be fully aware of all the financial benefits attending a campus other than University Park may afford.
Adam Bernatowicz, left, explains his research project to Dr. Agnes Kim, at Penn State Worthington Scranton's recent Undergraduate Research Fair. Looking on are his teammates Gregory Tapia and Khushaliben Patel.
Over 140 students presented a total of 60 projects and research posters at this year's Undergraduate Research Fair at Penn State Worthington Scranton, representing a variety of disciplines and academic programs at the campus.
Anthony Keith, center, was the featured speaker in this month's Diversity Talk: My Life, My Story. Keith, an HDFS major at PSWS talked about overcoming his drug addiction and starting a new life, with the goal of becoming a drug addiction counselor. At left is Coordinator of Multicultural Affairs Martin Lacayo; at right is Instructor in Communication Arts Jim Hart, co-creators of the Diversity Talk program at Worthington Scranton.