It’s a new technology. It’s a collaboration among students in a variety of majors. It provides research experience. And it’s only happening at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, where students are exploring the world of virtual reality to research and enhance surveying engineering education.
Seniors, congratulations on completing your degree program at The Pennsylvania State University! You can be proud of this significant academic achievement, just as we are proud of you. Join us in acknowledging and celebrating the Class of 2020!
At a time when much of the world has ground to a halt, hunger and food insecurity haven’t.
That’s why Penn State Wilkes-Barre has shifted to an online request system for the campus food bank, continuing to serve any campus students who might need it.
Penn State Wilkes-Barre's administration of justice program focuses on restorative justice, training students to learn more about restorative philosophies and practices. Restorative practices are designed for all parties involved to heal properly and strengthen their future relationships.
As many of us know, college can be a notoriously stressful time without many outlets to relax or recharge. To help with that stress, Penn State Wilkes-Barre offers a variety of services in counseling to help students take care of themselves in ways they may not have considered.
To celebrate 100 days until graduation and to provide all the necessary information for graduating seniors, a Countdown to Cap and Gown Luncheon will be held on Thursday, January 30. The luncheon will include remarks from Chancellor Dr. Dale Jones and will provide important details from the offices of the Registrar, Academic Affairs, Career Services, Bookstore, and the Penn State Wilkes-Barre Alumni Society.
A Penn State Wilkes-Barre student and faculty member participated in a NASA workshop in Virginia this summer. Students from around the country came to learn how to build a data-acquiring rocket payload.