Based on evolving federal guidance and statewide mitigation plans announced by Gov. Tom Wolf around the growing coronavirus pandemic and the global efforts underway to stop its spread, Penn State has extended the remote-delivery period for all classes through at least the spring semester. Examinations will also be administered remotely. Additionally, spring commencement ceremonies will be postponed while the University explores options for celebrating the achievements of our students.
To continue supporting Penn State faculty’s remote teaching, Teaching and Learning with Technology is offering virtual office hours each day during the week of March 16. During these sessions, instructors can get help with transitioning their courses from a residential format to remote.
Penn State York will host the 37th Annual York County Science and Engineering Fair, set for Monday through Wednesday, March 9-11, in the Joe and Rosie Ruhl Student Community Center gym. The fair features more than 200 projects.
Penn State Executive Vice President and Provost Nicholas P. Jones has shared a message updating the University community on steps being taken to monitor the evolving worldwide coronavirus outbreak and prepare for the safety and well-being of students, faculty, staff and visitors.
Raising awareness about child abuse, human trafficking, and sexual assault is the goal of a candlelight vigil and program set for March 4 at Penn State York. The program, at noon, includes a speaker, the Red Sand Project, and a candlelight vigil.