The Penn State Hazleton library is sponsoring sessions on financial literacy for students, community members and employees on April 26. Two sessions are scheduled for employees and students of the Hazleton, Schuylkill, Wilkes-Barre and Worthington Scranton campuses.
On April 7, Penn State Wilkes-Barre hosted the Forum on Black Affairs, an organization whose goal is to partner with the University to encourage racial diversity, and specifically to create a climate conducive for black faculty and staff to thrive on each Penn State campus.
In recognition of student, faculty and staff efforts to build an inclusive community at Penn State, the Commission on Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, and Queer Equity (CLGBTQE) has announced the recipients of the 2017 CLGBTQE Outstanding Service, Academic Achievement, and Emerging Leader awards.
In light of the recent change in federal policy on the rights of transgender students to use facilities corresponding with their gender identity, Penn State reaffirmed its commitment to nondiscrimination today (March 1). The University’s long-standing policies protecting the rights of individuals and prohibiting gender-based discrimination have not changed.
At the forefront of today’s higher education is the concept of student career readiness, the Struthers Family Career Center provides students with a myriad of resources and opportunities to develop and fine tune these professional skills
Penn State has officially launched Let's Grow State, a new crowdfunding platform for fundraising projects across the University. The platform, managed by the Office of Annual Giving in the Division of Development and Alumni Relations, is designed for individuals or groups of Penn Staters to promote and raise money for the ideas, projects, and causes that are important to them.
An end of semester service project turns into a larger stepping stone to further relations between the underserved and local law enforcement, giving students the chance to make a positive difference in their community.