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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Penn State Hazleton offers clinical medical assistant certificate

Penn State Hazleton is offering a program in Clinical Medical Assisting, which combines classroom and clinical instruction to provide students with the necessary education and skills to work in numerous healthcare settings.

Spring Visit Day set for April 13 at Penn State Hazleton

Penn State Hazleton will host a spring open house on Friday, April 13. The event begins at 11 a.m. in the Slusser/Bayzick Building.
Penn State Hazleton Rehabilitation and Human Services (RHS) students interact with a local resident during a prior Penn State in Motion program.

Community residents with physical challenges invited to campus program

Students at Penn State Hazleton are looking to help those in the community with disabilities or age-related physical challenges. Penn State in Motion is a free interactive learning program between community members and students in the Rehabilitation and Human Services program at the campus. Local participants are being sought from the Hazleton area.
Michael True, a career services professional, leads last year's etiquette dinner at Penn State Hazleton.

Campus dinner to focus on business etiquette

Penn State Hazleton students are invited to a special dinner to learn more about business etiquette in formal and informal settings. The etiquette dinner will be held at 4:30 p.m. March 20 in the Slusser/Bayzick Black Box Theater.

Penn State Hazleton offering photos with Easter Bunny, Nittany Lion

The Greater Hazleton Chapter of the Penn State Alumni Association will host photos with the Easter Bunny and Nittany Lion from 6 to 7:30 p.m. on March 20.