Siblings Camille, Stephen, Meghann and Michael Principe are all students at Penn State Hazleton.

Four siblings, one campus

“Principe” is a familiar last name to many faculty members and those involved with athletics on campus. That’s because four members of the Principe family – Michael, Stephen, Meghann and Camille – are all students at Penn State Hazleton this semester.
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Assistant Professor of Engineering Joseph Ranalli is leading the engineering program at Penn State Hazleton.

Engineering the future

Penn State Hazleton is the only campus to offer a degree in engineering with an alternative energy and power generation track. With the retirement of Associate Professor of Engineering Wieslaw “Wes” Grebski, Assistant Professor of Engineering Joseph Ranalli is now leading the program.
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Developing relationships with other students is an important part of the STARS experience.

Starting as STARS

The Student Academic Retention and Success program (STARS) provides several benefits to students to increase the likelihood they will graduate on time, potentially saving thousands of dollars in tuition and fees.
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Veronica DiBlasi reads to a child in the Northeast Pennsylvania Migrant Education Program.

Not so far apart

They’re all students, but some are just learning how to read while others are learning advanced lessons about finance, engineering and psychology. But together, they learned valuable lessons about helping others and working collaboratively.
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Viva Kultura will perform at Penn State Hazleton on Thursday, Feb. 22.

Penn State Hazleton to host international performing group

Penn State Hazleton will host a special performance by the international performing arts troupe Viva Kultura from 12:20 to 1:10 p.m. on Thursday, Feb. 22.

Penn State Hazleton hosting STEM research fair for high school students

High school students studying science, technology, engineering or math (STEM) are invited to participate in Penn State Hazleton’s fourth annual STEM Research Fair.
InventPennState event

Penn State Hazleton receives funding for entrepreneurship center

As part of its Invent Penn State initiative, the University today (Feb. 5) announced four new seed grants. Penn State's effort has grown to include 21 hubs for innovation, spread across Pennsylvania, including one at Penn State Hazleton.
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University awards $200,000 in Invent Penn State seed grants to four campuses

Penn State announced $200,000 in new seed grant funding as part of the University's Invent Penn State Initiative. The four campuses receiving grants — Beaver, DuBois, Greater Allegheny and Hazleton — bring to 21 the number of Innovation Hubs across the Commonwealth.

Penn State Hazleton sponsoring business startup series

Penn State Hazleton, in collaboration with the Greater Hazleton Chamber of Commerce, Downtown Hazleton Alliance for Progress, CAN BE and the Wilkes University Small Business Development Center, is sponsoring a series called "Steps to Starting and Growing Your Own Business."