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workers sanding and removing floor in the campus gym

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The campus gym, inside the Multipurpose Building, is undergoing some significant renovations this summer. Here, workers are removing the old flooring, which was original to the gym, in preparation for a new maple hardwood floor with an electronic flow system to prevent moisture from getting into the floor. In the background, the newly painted walls and ceiling are visible. The new color scheme is white on the ceiling and the top half of the walls, a strip of blue, and gray on the lower portion of the wall. 

workers sanding and removing floor in the campus gym

gym flooring work2.jpg

The campus gym, inside the Multipurpose Building, is undergoing some significant renovations this summer. Here, workers are removing the old flooring, which was original to the gym, in preparation for a new maple hardwood floor with an electronic flow system to prevent moisture from getting into the floor. In the background, the newly painted walls and ceiling are visible. The new color scheme is white on the ceiling and the top half of the walls, a strip of blue, and gray on the lower portion of the wall. 

headshot of Jennifer Oshinkski

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Penn State Scranton Chancellor Marwan Wafa has announced that Jennifer Oshinkski, regional human resources consultant, has been named the campus' July Employee of the Month.

smiling melick lubin in graduation cap and gown

Melick Lubin, 2022 Corporate Communication, BA Graduate

Melick Lubin, Brooklyn, NY, Degree: Bachelor of Arts, Corporate Communication

“My favorite memory was my first week in class. I was surprised how open everyone was. It was different, it was like family. All the experiences here and what the professors taught me, I learned to stick with things and persevere.” 

Melick plans to go back to his hometown in New York and explore the corporate communications world.
 

scranton business club members pose for a photo in front of business building

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Members of the Penn State Scranton Business Club, who became the first campus team to compete in the Smeal Undergraduate Sustainability Case Competition, pose for a photo with faculty members in front of the Business Building at Penn State ScrantonPictured from left are:  Carlos Salazar Paz, Josiah Sisco, Luke Gardiner, Patricia Ryan,  lecturer in business Kevin Feifer and James Wilkerson, Ph.D., assistant teaching professor and program coordinator for business and project and supply chain management. 

scranton business club members pose for a photo in front of business building

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Members of the Penn State Scranton Business Club, who became the first campus team to compete in the Smeal Undergraduate Sustainability Case Competition, pose for a photo with faculty members in front of the Business Building at Penn State Scranton. Pictured from left are: Carlos Salazar Paz; Josiah Sisco; Luke Gardiner; Patricia Ryan; lecturer in business Kevin Feifer; and James Wilkerson, assistant teaching professor and program coordinator for business and project and supply chain management.