The final book will be chosen next week, but we invite you to familiarize yourself with these “finalists.” We appreciate all of the feedback we received from students about which books they think are must-reads!
Mary Ohashi is a new member of the Penn State World Campus Student Affairs team, focusing on providing administrative support to all of the Student Affairs staff. Learn more about her background, experiences and why she’s so inspired by students learning online.
Penn State students have access to a wealth of library resources, encompassing a wide range of materials in assorted formats. Many of these resources are available online, but physical copies of some materials can also be provided to students located in North America, even if they aren’t near a Penn State campus.
Lily is a graduate assistant in the Penn State World Campus Academic Support Services unit.
Learn how to use the new version of the APA style.
Test anxiety is a challenge for many students, to varying degrees. It can take different forms, from a minor distraction and difficulty concentrating to — in serious cases — a severe level of worry that can prevent you from doing your best in your courses. Fortunately, there are many things you can do to help…
This blog is reposted from the National Association of Colleges and Employers blog, featuring a piece by one of our Penn State World Campus career counselors, Karen Armstrong. Have you ever said something that came out wrong? It sounded inconsiderate, biased — or worse — offensive? The last thing you want to do is cause…
Several of our students recently participated in a panel for Welcome Week 2020, discussing what they wish they had known when they started at Penn State World Campus. Read some excerpts, and be sure to watch the full recorded panel when it is available to view January 6!
The Student Affairs team at Penn State World Campus continues to grow! Katie Marshall has joined the office as mental health case manager. Keep reading to learn more about her work, her background, and what she enjoys about working with students.
This semester, the members of the Penn State World Campus Technology Club put on their detective hats to do some work for a good cause and to build community in their group. In September, the club’s members scoured the internet, combing through information available to the public online and on social media, looking for leads…