The Veterans Support Club at Penn State Wilkes-Barre is dedicated to supporting veterans and raising awareness of their service. As president of the club and a Marine Corps veteran, Robert Mastropole is leading the charge to install a permanent memorial on campus. The memorial will pay homage to the millions of men and women who have served the United States: past, present and future.
A major and a minor offered at Penn State Wilkes-Barre provided just what two students were seeking to build their future careers.
Friends Ryan Price and Brandon Steidinger are both seniors who opted for a major in administration of justice with a minor in rehabilitation and human services (RHS)...
The honors program at Penn State Wilkes‑Barre provided an additional level of challenge sought by three students who are transitioning to University Park for their third year of college. All three students have been accepted to Penn State’s Schreyer Honors College...
Kayla and Alyssa Hopple are twins who do almost everything together and are now adding college to that list.
The first-year students—both graduates of Dallas High School—wanted to attend college together because of their close relationship.
The road to success means busy days, nights and weekends for Ali Paris-Hasan ’15, who is esta-blishing his own business while working a full-time job. Paris-Hasan is co-owner of Rock Cut Auto, a Dallas-based car detailing and painting company that also provides mechanical work.
Several graduates of the Penn State Wilkes-Barre surveying engineering program are working with federal government agencies to provide important data for mapping and transportation throughout the United States, from measuring the depths of the ocean to mapping the United States coastline.
Leading the campus Student Government Association is a big job at any time, and even more so during a pandemic. Larry Corridoni stepped up to the challenge and has become known for his leadership during a difficult time with no roadmap.
While the word “sustainability” is often associated with recycling, clean water initiatives, and the protection of natural resources, the word refers to more than just climate action. At Penn State Wilkes-Barre, students, staff, and faculty are furthering sustain-ability efforts for the campus, the community, and the world.
Seniors, congratulations on completing your degree program at Penn State! You can be proud of this significant achievement, just as we are proud of you. Join us at Penn State Wilkes-Barre on May 8 to celebrate the Class of 2021!