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Penn State Worthington Scranton receives $50,000 Invent Penn State grant

Penn State Worthington Scranton has received a $50,000 Invent Penn State grant to establish a pre-incubator in the city of Scranton’s South Side as part of an ongoing neighborhood revitalization effort, Chancellor Marwan A. Wafa, announced today (June 8).
Panelists at the recent Opioid panel discussion at PSWS

Opioid Crisis discussion panel attendees

Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State's College of Nursing recently hosted a panel discussion on "The Opioid Crisis in Pennsylvania." Pictured, from left, are nursing instructors Milton Evans, Justina Ferguson, and Donna Volpe; Pennsylvania Physician General Rachel Levine; Lackawanna County District Attorney Shane Scanlon, Dr. Friedman; Chancellor Marwan Wafa; and Scranton Police Chief Carl Graziano.

Panelists at the recent Opioid panel discussion at PSWS

Worthington Scranton hosts panel discussion on the opioid crisis in Pennsylvania

Penn State Worthington Scranton and Penn State's College of Nursing recently hosted a panel discussion on "The Opioid Crisis in Pennsylvania," which was attended by 80 individuals from the campus, University and local communities.
Heroin Hits home event

Heroin Hits Home presentation

Lackawanna County District Attorney Shane Scanlon, in photos at left and bottom, along with Joe Kane, L.S.W., clinical administrator for Clear Brook Treatment Centers, gave their Heroin Hits Home presentation at Penn State Worthington Scranton earlier this month.

Arsalan Iftikhar

International speaker to present, Islamaphobia, at PSWS on November 3

ISLAMAPHOBIA presented by: Arsalan Iftikhar, J.D www.themuslimguy.com Thursday, November 3, 2016 6:00 pm – 7:30 pm at Penn State Worthington Scranton, Study Learning Center, Sherbine Lounge
Planners for the PSWS 2016 Children's Health Fair.

Free Nittany Lion Health Fair is this Saturday!

Penn State Worthington Scranton hosting Free Nittany Lion Children's Health Fair on Saturday, Sept. 10 from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m., for children ages 5-12. The event is free and open to the public.

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