Penn State Hazleton and Hazle Drugs have partnered to host a free COVID-19 vaccination clinic for students, employees, and employees’ families from 1-4 p.m. on Monday, Jan. 24, at the campus Health Center, located in 704 West Hall. First, second and booster doses of the Pfizer-BioNTech and Moderna vaccines will be offered.
Enrolled students who are noncompliant with the weekly required testing will lose access to Canvas until they become compliant. Continued noncompliance will result in additional disciplinary sanctions, up to and including conduct suspension upon the completion of a formal student conduct process.
Senior engineering major Clayton Kimsal saw the Student Engagement Network grant as an opportunity to contribute to an effort by his hometown to repair a dam, using his $1,000 SEN grant to help secure for the community a grant in the amount of $300,000.
By researching and teaching about challenges like global warming, overpopulation and littering, Penn State Hazleton Professor of Psychology Peter Crabb hopes to inspire students to help make the world a better place.
More than 60 aspiring entrepreneurs were recently recognized during a virtual ceremony honoring them for completing the Hazleton LaunchBox supported by Pasco L. Schiavo Esq.’s Diaspora Emprende program.
Penn State Hazleton’s Continuing Education Office has announced start dates for its upcoming health care programs, flexible offerings designed for those looking to strengthen their resume, reenter the workforce or launch a career in a growing profession.
Eshani Lee's research and own experiences have demonstrated to her that the language used in STEM classes can be a barrier for non-native English-speaking students. Now she is the principal investigator on a project — funded by a two-year National Science Foundation grant — titled “Breaking the Language Barrier in Chemistry Assessment.”