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Rebecca Strzelec

Penn State Laureate to give presentation Sept. 30 at Penn State Schuylkill

Rebecca Strzelec, professor of visual arts at Penn State Altoona and the 2016-17 Penn State Laureate, will give a presentation titled, “Art + Engineering = Creative Problem-solving,” at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 30, in Room 101 of the Classroom Building.
A student mentors other students in their first-year seminar class.

New EOP program provides academic and social engagement opportunities

An exciting new program that launched this fall at Penn State Schuylkill has been full of opportunities for first-year students to engage and connect, both academically and socially, with the campus and surrounding communities.

24 Alumni Fellows recognized for distinguished careers

The Penn State Alumni Association will recognize 24 graduates in October with the lifelong title of Alumni Fellow, the highest award given by the Alumni Association.
Lion at Schuylkill campus is All In

Oct. 6 marks kick-off event for University’s diversity and inclusion initiative

On Oct. 6 the Penn State Schuylkill community will come together to help kick off an ongoing University-wide initiative that brings students, faculty and staff together to show their commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive environment — respectful of everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, abilities, background, veteran’s status, political beliefs, and all the ways we differ.
Penn State Schuylkill Lion Launch logo

New initiative open to encourage local entrepreneurship

Penn State Schuylkill announces the unveiling of its newest initiative, Lion Launch, an opportunity that aims to advance entrepreneurship in Schuylkill County.

German musician to visit Penn State Schuylkill through exchange program Oct. 3-6

Peter Geisselbrecht, professor of music at the Justus Liebig University (JLU) in Giessen, Germany, will be on campus Oct. 3-6 as part of an annual exchange program between JLU and Penn State Schuylkill. Through this program, Geisselbrecht has been invited to present guest lectures at campus music classes. He will also be performing a free recital on Oct. 5.