Not your typical, traditional college student, nor your typical adult learner, honors nursing student Jessica Kehl has overcome a multitude of personal challenges over the course of many years on her path to Penn State Scranton.
Will Beekman realizes he’s lucky to have a job that’s allowed him to indulge his lifelong passion for music and sports. And the role Penn State played in helping him achieve his dream job isn’t lost on him, either.
Penn State nursing students have been actively involved in local Covid-19 vaccination efforts, helping local health care providers at numerous vaccination clinics, as well taking part in other community service 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.
Penn State University Police and Public Safety will be conducting its second confidential University-wide survey to gain a better understanding of attitudes and opinions related to policing, public safety, programs and services, and overall campus safety at Penn State.
Nicholas Scandale showed his dedication to Penn State Scranton in many ways, from his longtime service on the campus Advisory Board to his various philanthropic endeavors. Recently, his wife Diane made a gift to have the Engineering Building’s mechanical lab named in her husband’s memory.
Inspired by a continuity of hatred in Hispanic literatures across the ages, Penn State Scranton Associate Professor of Spanish Beatriz Rivera-Barnes wrote the book “The Nature of Hate and the Hatred of Nature in Hispanic Literatures,” which was published last year and now being used in universities across the United States, as well as in South Korea, Spain and Germany.
At Penn State Scranton 91% of full-time employees indicated they are fully vaccinated, including 100% of administrators, 100% of academic personnel (instructors, researchers and faculty) and 90% of nonunion staff. Among students, 56% have uploaded their proof of vaccination.