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James Wilkerson and Marwan Wafa

James Wilkerson to present two research papers at national conference

James Wilkerson, program coordinator for Penn State Scranton’s business and project and supply chain management programs, will present two research papers at a national conference next month, one of which he co-authored with Penn State Scranton Chancellor Marwan Wafa.
Kara Stone

Scranton campus English professor presents paper at conference in Switzerland

Kara Stone, assistant teaching professor of English at Penn State Scranton, presented her research paper at the recent “Secrecy and Surveillance in Medieval and Early Modern England Conference,” hosted by the Swiss Association of Medieval and Early Modern English Studies.
Penn State Scranton nursing researcher team

Scranton nursing faculty, students have manuscript accepted in national journal

Penn State Scranton students and faculty will have their research article published in an upcoming edition of MedSurg Matters.

Researchers find connection between heart rate and peer victimization

Researchers at Penn State Scranton, colleagues, have found in a study that heart rate reactivity is a biological moderator between peer victimization (bullying) and internalizing problems (anxiety/depression) in adolescent girls.


Penn State Scranton assistant professors of pscyhology Karin Machluf and P. Douglas Sellers II have published a paper with their colleague, Dr. Christopher Aults from King's College in Wilkes-Barre, PA.

Adjunct faculty at this year's Meet and Greet event

2018 Adjunct Faculty photo

Posing for a photo after the 2018 Meet and Greet are, front row, from left: Michelle Kelsch, Susan Decker, Dr. Marwan Wafa, Katie McNulty, Katie O’Neill, and MariPat O’Donnell. In the back row, from left:  Josh McAuliffe, Joe Annacarto, Brad Foley, John Mecca, Elaine O’Donnell, Pat Abdalla, Mike Pavese, Brian Petliski, Joe Petrewski, Dr. Michael Evans and Dan Mitsakos.Adjunt faculty missing from photo are: Carmen Alu, Getinet Gawo, Mark Nolan, Michael Senyk, and Pat Sheridan. 

Earth's Largest Spider graphic

Eveland Book cover graphic

The cover of “The Hunt for Tyrannus Arachnis, The Earth’s Largest Spider” a new book written by Penn State Scranton's Tom Eveland, B.A., M.S., an adjunct lecturer of science, leaves no doubt as to what the subject matter.

The Hunt for Tyrannus Arachnis, The Earth’s Largest Ancient Spider”

Penn State Scranton science lecturer pens book on Earth’s largest ancient spider

Tom Eveland, an adjunct lecturer in science at Penn State Scranton, recently published “The Hunt for Tyrannus Arachnis, The Earth’s Largest Ancient Spider.” The 50-page, seven-chapter science tome was designed as a supplemental guide for science classes from high school through college and aims to show students how science and scientists work.
Renee Bishop-Pierce

Biology faculty member to serve as guest editor for international journal

Renee Bishop-Pierce, associate professor of biology at Penn State Scranton, has been asked to serve as guest editor of the international journal Frontiers. The special edition is titled “Revealing the Biodiversity for Hidden Marine Coastal Habitats.”