Raiana Nichols and Aleksander Everett attended the Energypath 2016 conference  with Dr. Wieslaw (Wes) Grebski and are continuing their research on how to design a passive house.

A passion for passive

A summer workshop on sustainable energy has led to the development of a research project for two Penn State Hazleton students and their professor.

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Jamie Longazel

Hazleton native to speak on racial, ethnic divides during diversity presentation

Penn State Hazleton’s annual diversity presentation will be held at 7 p.m. Oct. 3 in 115 Evelyn Graham Academic Building. The event is free and open to campus students, faculty and staff, as well as the public. Jamie Longazel, an area native and assistant professor of sociology at the University of Dayton, is the featured speaker and will address the topic of racial and ethnic divides in Greater Hazleton.
Town Hall

Streaming address for Penn State Town Hall announced

The University is hosting a Town Hall from 3-5 p.m. Sept. 28 in the Pavilion Theatre at University Park. The meeting will be livestreamed for faculty and staff members at all Penn State campuses to view.
Penn State Hazleton is offering Lions and Lanterns Tours on Wednesday, October 5, from 6 to 8 p.m.

Lions and Lanterns Tours to be held at Penn State Hazleton on Oct. 5

Penn State Hazleton is offering Lions and Lanterns Tours from 6 to 8 p.m. Oct. 5. Spend an autumn evening learning more about the campus, its 10 four-year degree programs, and the more than 160 majors that can be started at Penn State Hazleton and finished at another campus. Tours will be led by Penn State Hazleton Lion Ambassadors.

Students reminded to verify vaccinations

Penn State Hazleton students are reminded of the importance of completing their required vaccinations and submitting the records to University Health Services.
New SGA leaders at Penn State Hazleton

New academic year begins with new Student Government Association leaders

Dixie McCoy and Maria Magabo have been elected as the new Student Government Association (SGA) president and vice president, respectively, the first time in several years that the organization has been led by two women.