Penn State Great Valley is one of six campuses to receive a $50,000 seed grant to expand entrepreneurial endeavors through the Invent Penn State Initiative. The grant will establish the REV-UP Center for Entrepreneurship which will open this fall.
After graduating in December, international student Meghana Basetty received three job offers — each position interacting with technology and software she learned in the Master of Information Science program.
Rebecca Strzelec, Penn State laureate and professor of visual arts at Penn State Altoona, will present “Art + Engineering = Creative Problem Solving” at 6:30 p.m. on Feb. 21 at Penn State Great Valley.
Penn State’s Office of the Vice President for Commonwealth Campuses and College of Engineering have created a seed grant program to foster research collaborations between engineering faculty at the University Park campus and at the Commonwealth Campuses.
A few weeks into the Master of Software Engineering program, Great Valley student Sushrut Kanetkar applied for a research assistant position in the big data lab. Now he works to maintain the infrastructure of one of the lab's clusters — a group of computer servers acting together as one system.