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Great Valley officials visit Chinese universities for education, research plans

As a result of efforts begun two years ago, Penn State Great Valley recently signed an agreement with two Chinese business schools to engage students in the campus’ Master of Finance program.
Nana Yaw Essuman

More than a software program: Graduate gains leadership, analytical skills

Nana Yaw Essuman took a big risk when he walked away from his role as a programmer analyst at Siemens to pursue a master of software engineering degree full time at Penn State Great Valley. But what he didn’t realize was that he would graduate with more than just technical programming skills.
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Interdisciplinary projects awarded seed grants from IEE

The 2017–18 Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE) seed grant recipients have recently been awarded to 16 groups of interdisciplinary researchers at Penn State. This year nearly $350,000 have been awarded to more than 40 researchers in five colleges at University Park as well as at four campuses.
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Penn State Great Valley launches Master of Professional Accounting program

Launching in fall 2018, Penn State Great Valley is offering a master of professional accounting degree for area professionals to prepare for the CPA exam or start a career in public accounting or corporate finance.
Joe and Marilyn Henry

Joe and Marilyn Henry create graduate scholarship at Penn State Great Valley

Joe and Marilyn Henry recently committed $50,000 to permanently endow a part-time graduate scholarship at Penn State Great Valley. The gift will support the campus’ efforts in A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence, the University’s current fundraising campaign.
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Engineering students evaluate Johnson Matthey production for course project

Graduate engineering management students applied their coursework to a real-world business environment when they partnered with Johnson Matthey for a capstone project.