Enrolled students who are noncompliant with the weekly required testing will lose access to Canvas until they become compliant. Continued noncompliance will result in additional disciplinary sanctions, up to and including conduct suspension upon the completion of a formal student conduct process.
Penn State Schuylkill hosted an Employee Recognition Event on Friday, Dec. 17, celebrating employees for service milestones, as well as faculty excellence in service, advising, research and teaching. The Outstanding Staff Award winner also was recognized at this event.
Valerie Schrader, associate professor of communication arts and sciences at Penn State Schuylkill, and two of her undergraduate research students — Sophia Bates and Courtney Weikel — earned top paper honors at the National Communication Association fall conference.
Each fall, the Penn State Schuylkill Alumni Society announces the Alumni Award winners for that year. Honorees are selected based upon the impact they have in their communities, outstanding professional achievements, and embodiment of Penn State values. This year’s cohort includes Michael G. Messina (class of 1979), Scott C. Price (class of 1985), and Abigayle Kaiser (class of 2020).
Ronald Kelly, assistant teaching professor and program coordinator of criminal justice at Penn State Schuylkill, has authored an open education resource (OER) textbook focusing on introductory criminal justice concepts. The book will save students as much as $165 on general education-level supplies while catering to various learning styles.
Students in the Penn State Ross and Carol Nese College of Nursing’s Bachelor of Science in Nursing program delivered at Penn State Schuylkill will be the main beneficiaries of the a new 4,000-square-foot nursing suite. The new infrastructure supports the increase in physical space and new state-of-the-art technology, including high-tech nursing classroom equipment and simulation lab, allowing students to extend clinical learning in novel ways.
Despite fielding young lineups, the Penn State Schuylkill women’s fall athletic teams racked up impressive performances on the way to the final PSUAC championship rounds, with team members earning PSUAC All-Conference honors, including the soccer team sweeping all top categories.
As Penn State’s 10th annual Military Appreciation Week celebrates the Pennsylvania National Guard, four Penn Staters share their military experiences and how both the Guard and University make an impact on their lives.