Penn State Alumnus, Shane McGee, and his wife, Katelyn Powers, have provided the gift to create the Penn State Lehigh Valley McGee Scholarship, a scholarship in support of Penn State Lehigh Valley students.
The debate team that won second place at the Fleming Ethics Bowl presented the team trophy to Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson on March 31 in the Ronald K. De Long art gallery at the Lehigh Valley campus. Penn State University Executive Vice President and Provost Nicholas Jones (left) and Vice President of the Commonwealth Campuses Madlyn L. Hanes (second from right) were on hand for the presentation.
Girl Scouts of Eastern Pennsylvania is hosting its annual Take the Lead Lehigh Valley event, where it will recognize four distinguished women from the community, including Penn State Lehigh Valley Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson.
As part of the Take the Lead program, Girl Scout McKenzie H., a Southern Lehigh High School sophomore, spent Feb. 28 shadowing Chancellor Tina Q. Richardson to see what a day in the life is like for a chancellor.
The Penn State Lehigh Valley Communication Society hosted its first Communication Day on Feb. 28. The theme of the conference was “Storytelling in a Digital Age.” Communication Day was open to all students, faculty and staff with the goal of learning about new careers in communication-related fields and network with current professionals.
Howard Kulp, Penn State Lehigh Valley advisory board chair, and Tina Q. Richardson, chancellor of Penn State Lehigh Valley, wait in Centre Hall for the reveal of the amount raised by THON at the THON Reveal party on Feb. 19.
Administrators from Penn State and Northampton Community College (NCC) signed an articulation agreement to facilitate the transfer of NCC students into 11 baccalaureate degree programs at 14 Penn State campuses at an event on Jan. 18 at the Lehigh Valley campus.