We understand our students and campus community have specific questions about how the campus is handling modified operations in response to the global coronavirus outbreak. Please read our listing of campus services that will be available to students during this time.
Congratulations to the Class of 2020! You have spent the past few years working hard to get to this point, and it is that hard work and commitment to your studies and to your futures that we celebrate.
Director of Student Services and Engagement Brad Kovaleski was recently among a select group of Penn State faculty, administrators, staff and students from across the commonwealth selected to take part in the Student Code of Conduct Task Force convened by University President Eric Barron.
Penn State faculty and students are preparing to return to classrooms across the Commonwealth at the start of the fall semester. When they do, it will be to rooms equipped with technology to support teaching and learning in both in-person and online formats.
The College of Nursing simulation faculty presented a timely webinar titled "Simulation During the COVID-19 Pandemic: Maintaining Safety and Quality" in response to the impact of the COVID-19 pandemic on teaching and learning with simulation. The purpose of the webinar was to highlight key safety and infection control considerations for faculty and students when returning to and reopening simulation laboratories.
Penn State Scranton Music Director and Associate Teaching Professor of Music Sharon Ann Toman was recently named a recipient of the 2019-20 Jack P. Royer Active and Collaborative Learning Award, given to Commonwealth Campus faculty and staff who demonstrate innovative teaching techniques to enhance student learning.