Penn State Scranton graduate Shanie Mohamed is an economic development specialist with the Wilkes-Barre Chamber of Commerce, where she’s involved in designing and developing a number of unique projects.
Campus alumni Nick Reuther Sr. and Jacqueline Safko Reuther shared their insights on the chocolate-making trade at “Love and Chocolate with the Dunmore Candy Kitchen,” a recent virtual program hosted by regional alumni groups.
Limited on-campus tours have resumed at Penn State Scranton, as one-on-one tours for accepted students and their parents began in early April. In June, the campus will begin offering small-group tours, in accordance with Centers for Disease Control and Prevention guidelines.
Members of the Penn State Scranton community have a terrific opportunity to enhance and diversify their culinary skills, thanks to the campus’ Virtual Cultural Cooking Classes. The final class is Tuesday, April 20 — a Hispanic-themed meal of sheet pan chicken fajitas, guacamole and homemade tortilla chips.
The annual Undergraduate Research Fair and Exhibition will take place Monday, April 5, to Friday, April 9. Due to the COVID-19 pandemic, the weeklong event is again being presented as a Web Showcase with its own dedicated website: https://sites.psu.edu/ugrwebshowcase2021.
Penn State Scranton alumnus and print center staff assistant Brent Wilson’s feature-length screenplay, “Christmas Party,” was recently accepted for competition in the “Graduate Feature” category at the Ivy Film Festival.
The Pennsylvania Department of Health recently announced the dates for phases 1B, 1C and 2 of the commonwealth’s COVID-19 vaccination distribution program and Penn State is strongly encouraging all students, faculty and staff to sign up to get a vaccine as soon as they are eligible to receive one.