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Graffitti Throw Up Art

Friedman Art Gallery highlights ‘Graffiti Art’

“Graffiti Art,” an exhibit displaying a variety of graffiti art while commemorating the artists who created it, will be on display in the Friedman Art Gallery at Penn State Wilkes-Barre now through the end of February.
Jonathan Pineno photograph in Mexico

'Photo 100 - Best of Class' on display through summer’s end at Wilkes-Barre

"Photo 100 – Best of Class,” an art gallery photography exhibit prepared in collaboration with students in Photo 100, will be on display in the Friedman Art Gallery at Penn State Wilkes-Barre through the end of August. The exhibition is free and open to the public.
CAD Drawing System

SolidWorks Essentials course announced

Penn State Wilkes-Barre Continuing Education will be offering a new SolidWorks Essentials course for the Fall 2016 semester.
BBH146 Human Healty and Sexuality Project

Does This Ad Make Me Look Sexy?

Gender vs. sex. Masculine vs. feminine. Can we always identify these in the media? Students from BBH146: Intro to Human Health & Sexuality were asked to do just that; critically, reflectively, and creatively investigate and analyze the media rather than simply absorb it at face value.
Ed Macosky, prince of integration

Ed Macosky, prince of integration

Wilkes-Barre alumnus, Ed Macosky, featured by Business Insider as the Prince of Integration.

Team Oracle at the 2014 Heartwalk

Team Oracle at the 2014 Heartwalk

Team Oracle, led by Senior VP Amit Zavery and Macosky, participating in the 2014 Heartwalk held at Oracle HQ in California.

Ed Macosky, prince of integration

The integration of a royal leader

Do you ever wonder how all the pieces and puzzles of technology in your daily life fit together? How do they all communicate independently but yet still work together? Enter the concept of integration.
Students and staff participate in the 2015 Mental Health Awareness Day

A passion for positive change

Within the world of mental health and wellbeing, the new Rehabilitation and Human Services program at Wilkes-Barre seeks to mold the future professionals in this ever growing field in need of well-educated, compassionate individuals.