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.
Throughout July, Penn State Scranton will hold its next round of virtual Diversity Circles, a five-week experiential program where members of the campus and local communities come together as an opportunity for learning, understanding and growth in regards to diversity and inclusion.
Throughout the entire summer, Penn State Scranton's Learning and Writing Center is offering a full slate of virtual tutoring services through Zoom for students who want additional assistance outside of the classroom.
On June 21, Penn State Scranton alumna Lynn Jesuit-Donnini will discuss her experiences as vice president of people/culture and public relations at Scranton-based Pennsylvania Paper & Supply Co., which was the real-life inspiration for the NBC sitcom “The Office.”
Human development and family studies major Erika Wheeler used the experiences of Spring 2020's remote learning environment to pursue an ambitious research project on a unique aspect of this new setting — and it earned her a first place prize and a Library Literacy Award at the campus' Undergraduate Research Web Showcase this spring.