- University Welcomes New Development & Alumni Relations Manager
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Ryan T. Riley to the position of Development and Alumni Relations Manager in the Office of University Advancement effective June 15, 2007. You can email Ryan at Connect@HarrisburgU.net
Sep 4, 2007
- HU Appoints New Provost
Dr. Eric Darr, an administrator and professor whose career has bridged the corporate world and academia, has been named provost of Harrisburg University of Science and Technology as of July 1.
Sep 3, 2007
- University Welcomes New Associate Provost
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is pleased to announce the appointment of Ms. Bilita Mattes to the position of Associate Provost for Strategic Markets effective August 20, 2007. She will be responsible for academic outreach, as well as all non-traditional credit offerings, non-credit continuing professional education, contracted training, training grants and distance learning.
Aug 22, 2007
- HU on the Move
Harrisburg University moved to its new locations inside Strawberry Square as construction continues on the new 16-story, $73-million Academic Center.
Jul 25, 2007
- Fall 2007 Global Cultural Awareness Seminar Series
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology will host the seven-part, "Global Cultural Awareness Seminar Series from a Scientist’s Perspective." The Capital Area Biotechnology Partnership sponsors the series.
Jul 20, 2007
- Summer Campus Visit Day
Harrisburg University prospective students and families to discover how its science and technology majors prepare them for rewarding careers during its upcoming Summer Campus Visit Day, scheduled for 10 a.m. - 2- p.m., August 18th.
Jul 5, 2007
- Beaming at HU
The first steel beams for the new $73 million Academic Center arrived Monday and faculty, staff and administrators celebrated the occasion by signing the beams.
Jun 26, 2007
- Mr. Wizard Revealed Science’s Possibilities
Science and technology forms the universal language of business, driving economic growth and fueling future careers. Learn that universal language and students can succeed and flourish in a global economy. The U.S., over the next decade, requires educated and technologically savvy workers who can learn new concepts, innovate, and think critically. Mr. Wizard graduated from college with majors in English and General Science. With this educational background, he’d have no problem climbing the modern career ladder.
Jun 24, 2007
- Twenty Area Students Named to Spring Dean's List
Twenty students from Central Pennsylvania were named to the Harrisburg University of Science and Technology Spring 2007 Dean’s List.
Jun 17, 2007
- Tower Crane Brings Spotlight to Construction Progress
Harrisburg’s skyline now includes a 250-foot-tall tower crane! The crane plays a key role in the erecting of the steel for the University’s new 16-story, $73-million, Academic Center.
Jun 13, 2007
- New Armed Services Grant Keeps Education Attainable for Veterans
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology now bestows a $500 Armed Services Grant to active, reserve, and honorably-discharged members of the U.S. Armed Forces and the Pennsylvania National Guard who enroll full-time in an undergraduate or graduate program at the University.
Jun 13, 2007
- University Holds the Line on Tuition
Great news for students. Harrisburg University of Science and Technology has done it again--for the second consecutive year. It has held the line on tuition, thereby ensuring that a quality, applied science and technology education remains attainable.
Jun 12, 2007
- Chief Academic Officer to Attend Harvard Program
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology provost, Dr. Eric Darr, has been accepted to attend the Harvard Graduate School of Education Institute for Educational Management (IEM). The highly-selective program for senior-level administrators chooses participants for their scope of responsibility, their breadth of experience, and their potential to help their institution respond to changing needs and new opportunities.
Jun 11, 2007
- Construction and Renovation Update
Progress continues on the 16-story, $73-million Academic Center. The base for the Tower Crane arrived on the construction site on Thursday, May 31. The rest of the crane will arrive in early June, with assembly of the crane beginning soon thereafter. The University expects to begin erecting steel in July at the 326 Market Street location.
Jun 1, 2007
- Summer Camps in Nanotechnology and CADD
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is offering two exciting camps: Nanotechnology Explorations and Building Your Future Using CADD
May 18, 2007
- It's Now History: HU's First Class Graduates
One hundred and thirty-nine years ago, MIT graduated its first class of thirteen students. Georgia Tech held its very first commencement in 1890. On that day, just two men graduated, obtaining undergraduate degrees in mechanical engineering. Farmers High School graduated its first class of eleven students in 1861. Today, Farmer’s High School is called The Pennsylvania State University.
Harrisburg University of Science and Technology is in good company as it graduated its inaugural class of nine students, Friday, May 11th at the State Museum of Pennsylvania.
May 12, 2007
- About The Class of 2007
The Class of 2007 came to the University to pursue new degrees or to complete their studies. What clicked for each of them when they arrived at Harrisburg University was the chance to customize their education -- with hours; location; majors; internships; and lots of attention, assistance and mentoring -- in order to make the college experience more about them. Congratulations to the Class of 2007.
May 12, 2007
- Class of 2007 to Receive Numerous Keepsakes at Commencement
Harrisburg University president, Dr. Mel Schiavelli, signed diplomas on Thursday for the students of the Class of 2007 as final preparations continue for commencement.
May 10, 2007
- State Legislators Honor HU's Graduates
State legislators, Harrisburg University officials, students, and Harrisburg Mayor Stephen R. Reed congratulated HU’s first graduating class today inside the state Capitol
May 7, 2007
- Graduate Open Houses Showcase HU’s Advanced Degrees for Working Professionals
Harrisburg University offers several opportunities for students and working professionals to learn more about the various graduate and professional development programs during HU’s Graduate Open Houses.
The free events will take place 6 p.m. to 8 p.m., Wednesday, June 13; Wednesday, July 25; and Wednesday, August 15.
May 2, 2007