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Christian Kuharik talks with Farrell High School students during first night of the HopeCAT pilot program.

Christian Kuharik talks with Farrell High School students during first night of the HopeCAT pilot program.

Christian Kuharik talks with Farrell High School students during first night of the HopeCAT pilot program.

Lavarr McBride to speak at Penn State Shenango on October 29

Lavarr McBride to speak at Penn State Shenango on October 29

Lavarr McBride to speak at Penn State Shenango on October 29

Shenango ranked in Top 20 in Washington Monthly's 'Best Bang for Buck' category

Penn State Shenango has been ranked in the Top 20 colleges and universities in the Northeast in the category of "Best Bang for the Buck," according to the most recent rankings conducted by Washington Monthly. Among 402 schools included in the listing, the Shenango campus was ranked No. 16.
Image of an award button for Best Bang for the Buck category from Washington Monthly magazine

Penn State Shenango is ranked in top 20 in Washington Monthly's Best Bang for the Buck Category in the Northeast

Penn State Shenango came in at No. 16 in Washington Monthly's "Best Bang for the Buck" category among colleges and universities in the Northeast. 

Jameson School of Nursing and Penn State Shenango announce partnership

Jameson Health System School of Nursing and Penn State Shenango have announced the formation of a partnership for nursing education that will offer area residents the unique opportunity to earn a diploma in nursing from Jameson and then a bachelor’s degree in nursing from Penn State Shenango in a seamless and timely manner.
an Amish farm

Amish farm

Shenango alumna left her Amish family to pursue a career.

an Amish farm

Growing up Amish

Penn State Shenango alumna Linda Byler says leaving her Amish home to pursue an education was one way of staying true to herself.
Atterholt, instructor in HDFS, with Luchette, senior HDFS major, at Behrend's research conference

Shenango senior takes first place at Penn State Behrend's research conference

Penn State Shenango Human Development and Family Studies (HDFS) senior Jack Luchette took first place at Penn State Erie, The Behrend College – Sigma XI 23rd annual Undergraduate Student Research and Creative Accomplishment Conference on Saturday, April 12. His poster abstract was titled “Childhood Neglect as a Predictor of Violent Behavior.”

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