A Penn State Wilkes-Barre professor has written a book that analyzes the hit television series “Columbo” and the investigative methods of its main character. Christyne Berzsenyi, professor of English and coordinator of the associate degree program in Letters, Arts, and Sciences, authored “Columbo: A Rhetoric of Inquiry with Resistant Responders.” The book is scheduled for release on July 16.
Penn State Wilkes-Barre offers a variety of certificates for working professionals who want to gain or improve their skills in certain areas, including business management, supply chain management and financial accounting.
Penn State Wilkes-Barre’s golf coach is celebrating more than three decades as a member of the coaching staff. Ed Keil, an accomplished golfer and Penn State Wilkes-Barre alumnus, has served as the school’s golf coach for 33 years.
It might be summer, but campus is still “abuzz” with activity – this time of the flying kind. After a swarm of bees was discovered at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, the cluster was safely relocated a few miles away.
Melisa Littleton, assistant teaching professor and program coordinator for rehabilitation and human services at Penn State Wilkes-Barre, was awarded the University College Faculty Teaching Award for 2020-2021.
A description of a project completed by Penn State Wilkes-Barre’s engineering departments recently was published in an international journal serving thousands of scientists and professionals with focuses in photogrammetry, spatial information systems, remote sensing, computer vision and related fields.