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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.
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Lion Cage engages entrepreneurial students, alumni, and community members

Penn State Great Valley's inaugural Lion Cage provided business owners, students and alumni the opportunity to pitch their ideas, network and hear from seasoned entrepreneurs.
Mixed media artwork by Josh Ruggeri

Henry Gallery’s 'Fresh Insights' exhibit to feature local, unconventional works

From painting, to photography, to sculpture, "Fresh Insights" — the latest exhibit at Penn State Great Valley’s Henry Galley — examines art in a new way. On display from Jan. 8 to March 9, the collection features the work of young members of the Chester County Art Association.
Data analytics grad Annie Milakovic 2017

Penn State graduates its first students in data analytics

Penn State’s master’s degree in data analytics will graduate its first students at the University’s fall commencement on Saturday, Dec. 16.
Vincent DiCastelnuovo of Penn State Brandywine

Alumni Spotlight: Vincent DiCastelnuovo, class of 2016

Vincent DiCastelnuovo earned his bachelor's degree in engineering from Penn State in 2016, and the former student at the Brandywine campus has quickly discovered success in the field.
Samarth Patel outside the INFORMS Annual Meeting

Engineering management student presents research at national conference

After researching the benefits of an incentive-based rebalancing scheme for a bike sharing system, engineering management student Samarth Patel traveled to Houston to present at the 2017 INFORMS annual meeting.
Ahmed Mohammed

Iraqi student chose Great Valley to cultivate leadership, communication skills

In Iraq, Ahmed Mohammed held a variety of jobs — market research account executive, hotel manager, university lecturer. After noticing a consistent leadership void in all positions, he pursued a graduate program in the United States to develop his potential.
Sarah Ades, associate professor in the department of biochemistry and molecular biology, using Solstice’s ability to display images side-by-side to spark classroom discussion

Solstice displays enhance classroom collaboration

Solstice, a wireless projection client, enables faculty to enhance classroom collaboration via easier sharing of class materials.
Jablokow presenting on stage

Creativity exercise led by professor empowers women in manufacturing industry

Kathryn Jablokow, Great Valley engineering professor and associate chief academic officer, and Karen Norheim, campus advisory board member, are working to unify and empower women who work in the manufacturing industry. The two recently traveled to Hartford, Connecticut, where Jablokow led a workshop at the Women in Manufacturing annual summit.
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Penn State expands homeland security graduate program with two new offerings

Penn State has added two new courses of study in its homeland security portfolio that can help prepare professionals to combat terrorism and cyber-attacks, through Penn State World Campus.

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