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Leila Duka stands next to a window in the Student Community Center.

Schuylkill Speaks: A Conversation with Leila Duka

Leila Duka, a senior earning bachelor's degrees in Administration of Justice and Psychology with a minor in Sociology, will cross the stage at Penn State Schuylkill's commencement ceremony on May 4 and walk straight into her new role as a graduate student at the top criminal justice grad school in the nation.
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Chancellor Patrick Jones and Schuylkill advisory board member Richard Wiest unveil the 85th anniversary logo

Penn State Schuylkill celebrates its 85th anniversary

Penn State Schuylkill celebrates 85 years with a half-year-long 'symposium-commemoration' honoring the tenets of the original land-grant mission.
Jerry Cresswell retires after 29 years at Penn State Schuylkill

Penn State Schuylkill Facility Manager Jerry Cresswell retires after 29 years

After 29 years, and more revisions in his title than he can recall, Facility Manager Jerry Cresswell will retire from his position at Penn State Schuylkill.
Nittany lion at knoebels

10th Anniversary of Penn State Day at Knoebels

On Saturday, May 18, 11 Penn State organizations will co-sponsor the 10th annual Penn State Day at Knoebels Amusement Park in Elysburg, Pennsylvania. Registration will begin at 10 a.m. at Pavilion O.
corporate communication research poster presenter

Class project benefits corporate communication students from northeast campuses

Corporate communication students from Penn State Scranton and Penn State Hazleton collaborated on a class project that resulted in the first-ever Corporate Communication Day event for the northeast Penn State campuses.
Lillian Stoyer speaking at the LionLaunch Business Plan Competition

LionLaunch Business Plan Competition helps launch Schuylkill County businesses

On April 4, Penn State Schuylkill played host to the third annual LionLaunch Business Plan Competition, a part of the Invent Penn State initiative. This year $16,000 was awarded to up and coming local businesses to help spur economic growth in Schuylkill County.
Schuylkill students visit the Theatre of Dionysus

Schuylkill students experience Greece as part of an interdisciplinary course

Studying justice and the origins of theater, 10 Penn State Schuylkill students enrolled in an interdisciplinary course with an extraordinary global perk: a week-long trip to Greece.
Schuylkill LionPulse cooking demonstration included a meal of herb chicken and roasted potatoes.

Schuylkill spices up nutrition education with new LionPulse mobile kitchen

Penn State Schuylkill, in partnership with Penn State LionPulse, has made significant strides in improving health and wellness efforts aimed at students, staff and faculty. LionPulse is an initiative to enhance wellness within the Penn State community, funded through a University seed grant that supports the Penn State Strategic Plan.