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Julie Rosenberg, Gavin Whitson, Julia Carter and Ron Clark appear on the premiere of Survivor: Edge of Extinction airing Wednesday, Feb. 20, on CBS.

From Penn State Hazleton to Survivor

From the mountains of northeastern Pennsylvania to the islands of Fiji in the South Pacific, Julia Carter’s life experience includes stints in both – as a student at Penn State Hazleton and, most recently, a competitor on the CBS hit series Survivor.
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Austin Yaletchko, left, and Charlie Karchner are representing Penn State Hazleton by dancing at THON this year.

Full circle with Four Diamonds

Charlie Karchner has attended THON for 16 years, and has even been on the floor of the 46-hour dance marathon. But this year will bring a whole new THON experience for him as he takes on the role of dancer. Karchner is a survivor of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and he and his family were supported by THON while he underwent treatment.
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Assistant Professor of Engineering Joseph Ranalli, James Dotzel, Steven Principe, Cassandra Kelly, Justin Shimko and Assistant Professor of Engineering William Yourey stand in front of Bellefonte's historic Big Spring.

Engineering solutions

A group of engineering students at Penn State Hazleton is already getting the opportunity to put their knowledge and skills to use on a real-world project. They are working on designing a drinking water protection system for the borough of Bellefonte on its historic Big Spring, which provides water for about 9,000 customers.
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Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation and Human Services Garrett Huck teaches a class at Penn State Hazleton.

'I lost my hair but I gained so much more'

A health condition of his own led to a research interest for Assistant Professor of Rehabilitation and Human Services Garrett Huck and gave him the desire to help improve the lives of others diagnosed with alopecia areata.
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Meghann Principe plays with Sally and Mattie at Penn State Hazleton.

Paws to listen

Sally and Mattie aren’t who you’d typically find on a college campus, but they’re welcome visitors – and good listeners – at Penn State Hazleton. The Labrador retrievers come to the campus every few weeks with their handlers, retired biology professor Dave Orbin and his wife, Kathy. The Orbins raise puppies to be guide dogs for the blind through The Seeing Eye.
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On Saturday, February 9, Mckenzie Prutsman notched her 1,785th career point to become the all-time leading scorer at Penn State Hazleton.

Prutsman becomes Hazleton's all-time leading basketball scorer

On Saturday, February 9, Mckenzie Prutsman cemented herself as one of the all-time greats in Penn State Hazleton Athletics history when she notched her 1,785th career point to become the all-time leading scorer at the campus.
B. Douglas Edmonds, assistant professor of physics at Penn State Hazleton, was part of a team of researchers to win a second prize in an annual cosmology competition.

Penn State Hazleton professor receives cosmology prize

B. Douglas Edmonds, assistant professor of physics at Penn State Hazleton, was part of a team of researchers to win a second prize in an annual cosmology competition.
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10 faculty named 2019 distinguished professors at Penn State

Penn State's Office of the Vice Provost for Faculty Affairs has named 10 distinguished professors for 2019.
Austin Yaletchko, left, and Charlie Karchner are representing Penn State Hazleton as dancers at this year's THON.

Penn State Hazleton THON dancer is a childhood cancer survivor

Charlie Karchner has attended THON for 16 years, and has even been on the floor of the 46-hour dance marathon. But this year will bring a whole new THON experience for him as he takes on the role of dancer. Karchner is a survivor of acute lymphoblastic leukemia, and he and his family were supported by THON while he underwent treatment.
scientists looking into microscopes

Penn State Lehigh Valley delivers new degree in medical laboratory technology

With the growing demand for medical laboratory technicians in the coming years, Penn State Lehigh Valley is offering an associate of science in medical laboratory technology as of this fall 2019, through a partnership with Penn State Hazleton.