Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is celebrating its 10th anniversary of welcoming students with the theme of “Ten Years of Brilliance.” The kickoff event takes place September 12th with “Nightlights,” a Block Party and Food Truck Rally at the University from 4:00 p.m. to 9:00 p.m. This event is being hosted by Harrisburg Young […]
Secretary of Administration Sharon Minnich announced today that a state information technology initiative conducted with Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has been selected as a finalist by the National Association of State Chief Information Officers (NASCIO) for its 2015 recognition awards. The initiative by the Office of Administration is among 44 finalists selected from […]
Intern: Josh Smith Major:Computer and Information Sciences, Computer and Information Security concentration Internship: PSECU As a sophomore majoring in Computer Security, Josh Smith is taking advantage of all the Harrisburg University has to offer. Needing a job to help get through the summer and coming semesters, Harrisburg University helped him get a job at PSECU […]
Intern: Alexandria Keener Major:Computer and Information Sciences, New Media Design concentration Internship: My Girlfriend’s Wardrobe Alexandria Keener knew she wanted to get a job doing web design, and wanted to own her own business. So, during her second year at Harrisburg University, she started doing both by creating her own company, and making it her […]
Intern: Nathaniel Clarke Major: Computer and Information Sciences Internship: Highmark Nathaniel Clarke is connecting his classwork to a career through an undergraduate internship in the IT Voice Services department at Highmark. He is part of a team working on various projects ranging from setting up the network hardware for a new employee, to replacing and upgrading […]
Intern:Jason Weihbrecht Major:Biotechnology Internship:Troegs Brewing Company Biotechnology major Jason Weihbrecht is able to use the knowledge he gained in the classrooms in his internship as a quality control technician for Troegs Brewing Company. His internship led to a full-time job offer from the microbrewery and craft brewer in Hershey.
Douglas Rumbaugh didn’t have to think too hard about where he wanted to start his college career. Growing up in Millerstown, Perry County, Rumbaugh knew he wanted to find a school that was close to home and offered small class sizes for intimate learning.
Professor Jan Vanthienen, from the Katholieke Universiteit-Leuven, Belgium, will speak on “50 Ways to Boost Your Business and Decision Analysis” at a free event at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology from 11:30 to 1 pm., November 9, 2015.
Jacob Grove learned the basic of balancing a check book in high school, but his financial education had never really gone beyond that, he said. That changed when the Hanover native entered Harrisburg University of Science and Technology. “I’ve learned so many things here that I know will help me succeed in life,” Grove said. […]