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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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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.
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Penn State Scranton hosts first Veterans Employment and Education Conference

Penn State Scranton increased its outreach to the local military community when it hosted its first Veterans Employment and Education Conference on Nov. 7. The all-day event featured “Green Zone” training for local employers, as well as career counseling workshops for area veterans and active-duty military personnel.
Local playwright and PSU lecturer Dr. Michael Pavese

Faculty member's play to be staged at Dunmore High School

Penn State Scranton adjunct English lecturer and local playwright Michael Pavese has written a new play titled “The Great Cell Phone Catastrophe; Or, How I Learned to Stop Texting and Love to Talk,” which will be performed Nov. 21-23 at Dunmore High School.
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Scranton Community Events Series to host 2020 U.S. Census forum Nov. 19

Penn State Scranton's Community Events Series will host the educational program, “The Urgency of Now: What the Penn State Community Should Know About the 2020 Census,” from 6 to 7 p.m. Tuesday, Nov. 19, in the Sherbine Lounge. The event is free and open to the public.
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Alumna gets novel published; will read excerpt at upcoming Writers’ Showcase

Tara Marta, who graduated from the campus in 2015 with a bachelor’s degree in English, has been selected to take part in the upcoming Writers’ Showcase Fall Edition at Scranton’s Old Brick Theatre on Nov. 16.