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.
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!
Do you know what a co-curricular program is? These out-of-class experiences help enhance your educational journey at Penn State World Campus — and Student Affairs now has a dedicated coordinator to help ensure that you can make the most of all that we have to offer. Learn about Julie’s role and why these types of…
Kate is one of two new graduate assistants to support student engagement programming and co-curricular learning for Penn State World Campus. We caught up with her to talk about her international background, what projects she’ll be working on, and why getting to know your student peers can be valuable.
When it comes to presenting work done in the classroom to a wider audience, many students feel a lot of confusion and a fair amount of fear. It’s one thing to present something in front of the classmates who know you, and it is quite another to address people you’ve never met before.
Penn State World Campus has recently brought on two new graduate assistants to support student engagement programming and co-curricular learning. Chris, interviewed below, is one of them. We discussed his plans for his role, what student engagement means for online learners, and his unique hobbies outside of work.
One of our Penn State Values is respect — not limited by skin color, sexual orientation, or any other differences that any of us may bring to the University. This value is shared by students, faculty, and staff at all campuses, including Penn State World Campus. While the internet often provides an anonymous environment for…
Read about Adriana, a nutritional sciences graduate student, and how she balances her work, family, and course work.