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Teaching Writing and Literacy Certificate offered at Penn State Lehigh Valley

The Lehigh Valley Writing Project will offer a specialist certificate in teaching writing and literacy for educators from all content areas this fall. The 15-credit postbaccalaureate program is designed to afford educators deep study in all aspects of teaching literacy.
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Photo of the Week: Project & Supply Chain Management students tour Aldi

More than 30 students from Project and Supply Chain Management (PSCM) courses at Penn State Lehigh Valley toured the ALDI Distribution Center on Apr. 12. ALDI is a privately held supermarket which is growing rapidly in the U.S.Mark Capofari, lecturer in Supply Chain Management, and his class, were joined by Maung K. Min, assistant teaching professor and director of business programs, for the tour.  “We talk about warehousing, inventory management, procurement and other concepts/practices in our class. These tours provide a practical tutorial. We take the book and make it come to life,” said Capofari. This tour has been a part of Capofari’s class for more than five years.Kara Harvey, '93, director of warehousing and logistics for Aldi, led the students on the tour and explained the Aldi concept and details on distribution.  “I liked their product flow and set-up on the floor,” said Sandeep Kaur, PSCM major at Penn State Lehigh Valley who attended the tour.Heather Wong, '16, district manager for Aldi, presented information to students about internship opportunities with Aldi.  “It’s great to see PSU-LV students. Not that long ago I was in Professor Capofari’s class,” said Wong.  She completed her first two years at PSU-LV and went on to earn her Bachelor of Science in Marketing from SMEAL School of Business. Wong interned at ALDI over a summer, which led to her working full-time as a professional. As a District Manager, she now leads 60 employees.“We want to build a partnership with our neighbor ALDI, and will invite them to campus in the near future,” said Min.

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Penn State Lehigh Valley hosts Rehabilitation and Human Services Day

The program provided a forum to explore the opioid epidemic and more.
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RHS Day Joe Starace

Joe Starace, Lehigh University graduate intern at the Center of Humanistic Change, shared his journey to recovery from substance abuse on Apr. 3 at the Lehigh Valley campus.

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Clinical Medical Assisting program information announced

The next session of the Clinical Medical Assisting program at Penn State Lehigh Valley will begin on April 23.
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Penn State Lehigh Valley offers certificate for HR professionals

Local professionals have the opportunity to study for a certification exam in human resources. There will be a 30 minute orientation session on March 19 at 6:00 p.m.
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SHRM certificate

Local professionals have the opportunity to study for a certification exam in human resources.

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Lehigh Valley Communication Society hosts second annual Communication Day

The Penn State Lehigh Valley Communication Society hosted its second annual Communication Day conference on Feb. 27, where attendees learned the importance of ethical reasoning in media.
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Communication Day 2018: Lisa Packer

The Communication Society event committee posed with Lisa Packer (second from left), founder of Principal Root Strategies, director-at-large and past ethics chair of the PRSA Philadelphia chapter, during the Communication day event on Feb. 27.

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Communication Day 2018: Bill Coletti

Students listened to a presentation from Bill Coletti, author of Critical Moments, CEO and founder of Kith Consulting at Communication Day 2018 held at the Lehigh Valley campus.

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