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Prospective students and their families can learn everything they need to know about Penn State Scranton on July 9.

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Penn State Scranton holds 51st Commencement

Penn State Scranton held its 51st commencement on Saturday, May 4, welcoming 161 new Penn State alumni into the fold. This year marked the first graduating class under the campus’ new name – Penn State Scranton.
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Campus' 50th Anniversary Gala celebrates both the past and the future

On Thursday, May 9, members of the greater Penn State Scranton family came together to celebrate the campus at its 50th Anniversary Gala.
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Students show off scientific and artistic skills at this year's Undergraduate Research Fair & Exhibition

This year, Penn State Scranton combined a traditional research fair with a creative arts exhibition.
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Campus makes THON history!

On Sunday, as THON 2019 came to a close, Penn State Scranton's dancers and supporters who were at the Bryce Jordan Center, learned that not only had the campus broken last year’s record for the amount of money raised, but that Penn State Scranton was one of the Top Ten Commonwealth Campus THON fundraisers.
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Blake presenting citation to Dr. Wafa

Senator John Blake honors campus

Penn State Scranton hosted the annual Student Ambassador Program, a legislative competition featuring high school seniors from Sen. John Blake's 22nd Senatorial District. During the event, Blake presented Chancellor Marwan Wafa, Ph.D. with an official Pennsylvania Senate citation commemorating the campus' 50th anniversary.
Dr. Jiexin Wang

Business professor to discuss effects of workaholism at management conference

At this year's annual meeting of the Academy of Management, set for Aug. 9-13 in Boston, Professor Jiexin Wang will co-chair a symposium titled, "Understanding Consequences of Workaholism: Mechanisms, Boundary Condition, and Cross-Level Effects.”
Frisch lunch and learn lecture

Semester's final Lunch and Learn focuses on evolution of British Parliament

Paul Frisch, lecturer in history, arts and humanities, delved into medieval English history for the final Lunch and Learn lecture of Penn State Scranton’s spring semester. His talk, “The Wonderful and Merciless Parliaments: Or How I Stopped Worrying and Learned About Medieval Treason,” was a colorful recounting of Parliament’s activities in 14th-century England.

Campus summer program gives students chance to refine English language skills

From July 22 to Aug. 9, the campus’ Center for Business Development and Community Outreach will offer its English Language Development Summer College Preparedness Program to high school students or graduates whose primary language is other than English.
housing coalition project team

IST students gain valuable professional experience designing county website

This spring, Penn State Scranton information sciences and technology students Dylan Webb, Jeff Panetti, Dorian Anderson and John Martin designed the Lackawanna Housing Coalition’s website as a project for the IST 440W capstone course taught by Alan Peslak, professor of IST.