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Tuesday, November 26 at 4:00 p.m. to 6:00 p.m.

A program is for transfer students or individuals who have attempted more than 18 college credits since high school graduation and are interested in applying for admission to Penn State.


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Campus IST students gain valuable real-world experience

Campus IST students got valuable real-world work experience this summer working with the campus' Information Technology staff, helping to upgrade and install computers, wiring and other technology, as part of the Dawson Building's first-floor renovation project.
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Corporate Communication Club to host art show Nov. 20

The Penn State Scranton Corporate Communication Club will give students the chance to showcase their artistic flair when it hosts an art show from 4 to 6 p.m. Wednesday, Nov. 20, in the Sherbine Lounge of the campus Study Learning Center.
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Students inducted into Lambda Pi Eta, communications honor society

This month, four corporate communication students were inducted into Penn State Scranton's Alpha Epsilon Phi Chapter of Lambda Pi Eta, the official honor society of the National Communication Association.
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Art faculty member maximizes new space, plans student art show

The studio, one of the hallmarks of the Dawson Building’s recent first floor renovation project, is already turning heads and proving to be a highly functional classroom environment for Thompson, now in her second year as the campus’ first full-time lecturer in art.

All-Sports Museum director delivers informative talk on vets-themed exhibit

On Thursday, Nov. 14, Ken Hickman, director of the Penn State All-Sports Museum, came to Penn State Scranton to deliver two engaging and informative lectures on the exhibit, which is on display in the campus library through Dec. 13.
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Administrative law judge discusses legal career with business students

Judge Joe Walsh, an administrative law judge for the Pennsylvania Department of Human Services, recently visited Penn State Scranton to discuss negotiation skills and other assorted aspects of his career with students in business lecturer Bradford J. Foley’s Negotiation Skills for Business Professionals course.