Penn State Hazleton dedicated its new, state-of-the-art engineering laboratories during a special ceremony on Nov. 9. The Florence and George J. Hayden Engineering Laboratory, located in the newly renovated Kostos Building, consists of two dedicated laboratory spaces for engineering students in a variety of disciplines.
“Fire and Freedom: Food and Enslavement in Early America," a traveling exhibition from the U.S. National Library of Medicine, is on display at the Mary M. and Bertil E. Lofstrom Library at Penn State Hazleton through Dec. 2.
Penn State Hazleton rededicated its largest classroom building on Oct. 4, holding a ribbon cutting to celebrate the $15.5 million renovation project. University President Eric Barron and other officials joined Penn State Hazleton Chancellor Gary Lawler to rededicate the Kostos Building, originally constructed in 1970.
The Lectures and Events Committee at Penn State Hazleton has organized “The Great United States Constitution Scavenger Hunt” as a fun and interactive way for students to learn more about the Constitution and its history.
During its meeting on July 21 in Harrisburg, Penn State’s Board of Trustees approved the naming of the library at Penn State Hazleton as the Mary M. and Bertil E. Lofstrom Library in honor of longtime campus supporters. A naming ceremony will be held in front of the library on Wednesday, Sept. 13.
Penn State is moving toward a University-wide health insurance requirement for the 2018-19 academic school year. In preparation for the new requirement, University Health Services (UHS) will begin collecting student health insurance information in May 2017.