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Dec
07

Media spotlights launch of HU eSports program

Harrisburg University is thrilled about the tremendous national and local media coverage of the launch of the University’s Varsity eSports program in partnership with the Whitaker Center for Science and the Arts. Since recently announcing that HU became the first Mid-Atlantic University, and the 50th in the nation, to join the National Association of Collegiate eSports (NACE), […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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Dec
04

Center for E3 to present “Introduction to Data Analytics” for Environmental Council of the States

On Thursday, December 14, Harrisburg University’s Center for Environment, Energy, and Economy (E3) will present a webinar, “Introduction to Data Analytics” for The Environmental Council of the States (ECOS). ECOS is the national nonprofit, nonpartisan association of state and territorial environmental agency leaders. The purpose of ECOS is to improve the capability of state environmental agencies […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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Nov
20

Campus will close for Thanksgiving holiday

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology will close for the Thanksgiving holiday beginning at 5 p.m. Wednesday. The campus will remain closed until normal business hours resume at 8 a.m. on Monday. Only monthly cardholders will have access to the University garage during the holiday.

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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Nov
17

Media spotlights HU expansion project

Harrisburg University is thrilled about the tremendous media support of the University’s recently announced expansion project. Television and newspaper reporters flooded the University phones to set up interviews and learn more about HU’s goal to develop a state-of-the-art Health Science Education Center in downtown Harrisburg. The University will offer degree programs in nursing, pharmaceutical sciences […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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Nov
15

University to Issue RFP for New Educational Mixed-Use Facility in Downtown Harrisburg

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has issued a request for proposals on November 16th for the development of a new, educational mixed-use facility in downtown Harrisburg. This facility will include health science classrooms, simulation laboratories and student housing in a high-rise that will help transform the downtown and bring scores of jobs to the region. […]

By Steven Infanti | Uncategorized
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Nov
14

Public Alerted to Use of Exploding Shells During Evening Hours as Annual State Capitol Complex Crow Dispersal Program Starts Nov. 20

The Department of General Services is alerting the public that the use of exploding shells and whistling devices will be taking place in the Capitol Complex during the evening hours beginning on Monday Nov. 20, when the department commences the 20th Annual State Capitol Complex Crow Dispersal Program. The program will continue throughout the next […]

By Steven Infanti | Uncategorized
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Nov
14

HU’s eSports program garners national attention

There has been a lot of excitement surrounding Harrisburg University’s first foray into college athletics. Since recently announcing that HU became the first Mid-Atlantic University, and the 50th in the nation, to join the National Association of Collegiate eSports (NACE), local and national media outlets have covered the story to find out more about the […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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Nov
13

HU to unveil new Philadelphia location

Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, along with Hussian College, will host a ribbon cutting celebration at the new, expanded location the schools share in downtown Philadelphia at 11 a.m. Dec. 8. The Board of Trustees from both schools, along with HU President Dr. Eric Darr and Hussian College President Jeremiah Staropoli, will join to […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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Nov
10

STEM-UP Network seeks to recruit, retain, and advance women in STEM

  By 2018, 71 percent of jobs in the marketplace will require some mix of Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM) skills. Yet, even though women make up about 50 percent of the national workforce, they are drastically underrepresented in the STEM fields, especially in the computer science and engineering sectors. This high demand and […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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Nov
08

Student research projects spotlighted on STEM Day

  Today is Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math (STEM)  Day. To celebrate the special day, Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has highlighted research projects undertaken at HU. Below are snapshots of the awesome research projects our students took on, as described by students. Emily J. Kornblum  Griffith School of Environment & Australian Rivers Institute […]

By Eric Veronikis | Uncategorized
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