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There's always a lot happening at Harrisburg University. Browse the links below to get the latest news, events, and information about what is going on at the University. For more information on events or news items, please contact the University by e-mailing Connect@HarrisburgU.edu or call 717.901.5146.


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  • Free Presentation: Our Money Choices Have Consequences--Learning to Choose Wisely
    Each month, Harrisburg University will host a free discussion open to the community examining financial literacy. The events are hosted by Dr. Jay Liebowitz, DiSanto Chair in Applied Business and Finance. The DiSanto Chair and the Financial Literacy speaker series are made possible through the generous contributions of Alex DiSanto. Money 101: Our Money Choices Have Consequences--Learning to Choose Wisely Gene Natali Jr., CFA Co-author of "The Missing Semester" Noon to 1 p.m
    Jul 1, 2015
  • Free Presentation: Credit and Student Loan Management
    Each month, Harrisburg University will host a free discussion open to the community examining financial literacy. The events are hosted by Dr. Jay Liebowitz, DiSanto Chair in Applied Business and Finance. The DiSanto Chair and the Financial Literacy speaker series are made possible through the generous contributions of Alex DiSanto. Credit and Student Loan Management Ted Daniels President of the Society for Financial Education and Professional Development 10 a.m. to noon, Thursday, November 5, 2015 Board Room, 14th Flr.
    Jul 1, 2015
  • Free Presentation: Financial Capability, Financial Education & Federal Policy
    Each month, Harrisburg University will host a free discussion open to the community examining financial literacy. The events are hosted by Dr. Jay Liebowitz, DiSanto Chair in Applied Business and Finance. The DiSanto Chair and the Financial Literacy speaker series are made possible through the generous contributions of Alex DiSanto. Financial Capability, Financial Education & Federal Policy Louisa M. Quittman, Director, Financial Education, U.S. Department of Treasury Noon to 1 p.m., September 24, 2015 Auditorium
    Jul 1, 2015
  • HU professor mentors high school student who won second place in the International BioGENEius Challenge
    Michael Duong can’t remember a time when he didn’t love science. Now 18 and a recent graduate of Methacton High School in Montgomery County, Duong still remembers pulling out his first aid kit any time a family member suffered a minor scratch or cut.
    Jun 30, 2015
  • Harrisburg University Welcomes Professor With Experience In Face Detection Technology
    Dr. Mohammad Nayeem Teli’s education and work experience has sent him around the world in search of opportunities to become one of the best in today’s computer science industry. As a new assistant professor at Harrisburg University of Science and Technology, Dr. Teli is excited to help students learn the technology that will equip them with the tools needed to meet the challenges of today and the future.
    Jun 15, 2015

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  • Financial Capability, Financial Education & Federal Policy
    The federal government has invested in financial education and financial capability in various ways. Hear about why and how, and share your views with what else the federal government should be doing to build the financial capability of young people. The discussion will cover the Treasury's new savings program - myRA, financial education and higher education, and the recommendations of the President's Advisory Council on Financial Capability for Young Americans.
    Sep 24, 2015
  • Money 101: Our Money Choices Have Consequences--Learning to Choose Wisely
    Money 101, it is "The Missing Semester" in far too many of our nation's schools and homes. Think about it: every school (high school, college, trade) will have its share of doctors, electricians, engineers, mechanics and dropouts. One hundred percent will make decisions about money. The consequences of early financial decisions can be far-reaching, perhaps permanent. But not all decisions have negative consequences. Age is an opportunity powerful enough to transform the lives of a generation. Let's talk about how.
    Oct 29, 2015
  • Credit and Student Loan Management
    The workshop will cover the practical application of personal money management concepts with emphasis on using credit responsibly and how to make informed financial decisions regarding spending. The workshop also includes the latest information about credit cards, student loans and credit scores. Importantly, the workshop conveys the impact of students' current credit decisions on future employment and wealth accumulation.
    Nov 5, 2015
  • Quantum Computing Summit
    Quantum computing--the area of study focused on developing computer technology based on the principles of quantum theory--will be the topic of an upcoming summit at HU. Planning is underway now for the Quantum Computing Summit at Harrisburg University. This free event is tentatively scheduled for 9 to 3 p.m., Friday, November 6th. Speakers and topics are being gathered now. If you would like to serve on a panel, please submit your topic, biography and contact information via email to CONNECT@HarrisburgU.edu More information will be posted to the University's website as speakers and topics are selected.
    Nov 6, 2015

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