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Winners announced in Penn State Hazleton Undergraduate Research Symposium

Penn State Hazleton’s Undergraduate Research committee has announced the winners of the campus’ 2024 Undergraduate Research Symposium. Held from April 1 to 5 at the Mary M. and Bertil E. Lofstrom Library, the symposium showcased student research or scholarly work performed with Penn State Hazleton faculty members. Works were submitted in two categories: arts, humanities and social sciences and science, technology, engineering and math.
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Filmmaker to screen dance film at Hazleton about family’s Holocaust survival

Filmmaker and Texas Christian University Professor of Dance Suki John will visit Penn State Hazleton on Thursday, April 18, to present her film detailing the experiences of her family before, during and after the Holocaust. The free event will be held at 1:30 p.m. in room 115 of the Evelyn Graham Academic Building and via Zoom. The event is open to the public.
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Alumni reflect on longevity, impact of Hazleton PTA program

Penn State Hazleton continues to celebrate the 40th anniversary of the accreditation of its physical therapist assistant program, a milestone those close to the program said is a testament to its curriculum, rigor and reputation for producing skilled graduates ready to step into a variety of roles.
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New collaboration expands educational opportunities in Pennsylvania

Penn State’s Commonwealth Campuses and the state’s community colleges have announced a new collaboration aimed at expanding educational opportunities in Pennsylvania and removing barriers to degree completion among college students. The collaboration builds upon long-standing relationships between the campuses and the community colleges and a shared commitment to access and affordability in higher education.