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Harnoor Singh, former Schuylkill student, sits in the library.

An astounding start at Penn State Schuylkill leads to a promising future

While attending Schuylkill, Harnoor knew he wanted to help people be healthy. Now, he's on his way to earning his doctorate.
Governor Tom Wolf speaks to two participants in LionLaunch, Penn State Schuylkill's entrepreneurship initiative that exists as a part of Invent Penn State.

Governor Tom Wolf visits Penn State Schuylkill’s LionLaunch Innovation Hub

Pennsylvania Gov. Tom Wolf made a quick stop by Penn State Schuylkill's LionLaunch Innovation Hub on Jan. 12, touring the facility and learning more about the Invent Penn State initiative.
Schuylkill's lion shrine dons a festive holiday wreath.

Together...we are

Penn State Schuylkill looks back on 2017.
honey bees on a honeycomb

In pursuit of the best practices for the organic beekeeping industry

Dr. Brenna Traver is part of a team of Penn State scientists comparing different honey bee management systems on the largest scale ever undertaken to help alleviate colony losses.
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Penn State Schuylkill’s Inaugural Giving Tuesday campaign

It's the season of giving. Contribute a gift today.
Schuylkill's new dining center renderings pictured in both daylight and nightlight

Major dining center renovation plan unveiled at Penn State Schuylkill

Windows—lots of them, game room, stage, outside amphitheater, and, oh yeah, food options!
Cathy Fiorillo instructs students

All the World’s A Stage—And It Just Got Bigger

The energetic and effervescent Cathy Fiorillo, assistant professor of theatre at Penn State Schuylkill, coordinates an annual trip to New York City where her students have the opportunity to see a Broadway play. On a rainy, crisp Sunday morning in late October, they took off by bus to see “A Bronx Tale.”

Bob Stickloon sits next to a painting in his home studio.

Robert Stickloon's Artistic Journey

When you walk into Penn State Schuylkill’s Classroom Building, you expect to see classrooms and computers, technology and biology labs. What you would not expect to see is an art studio. However, that is exactly what you see walking into C-206. Lining the wall, you will find current student projects involving color theory and international symbols, including peace signs and the Deathly Hallows symbol from the Harry Potter series.

Jason Rekulak on stairs in his office building

Blank Pages—Almost Books

Jason Rekulak Seeks the Fresh, Unusual and Unprecedented as a Book Publisher
Anastasia Barnhardt poses in front of Penn State Health Milton S. Hershey Hospital.

An Ardent Passion for Compassionate Care

Penn State Schuylkill’s RN to B.S.N. program delivers