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Carolina Aceto

Great Valley Marines participate in Military Appreciation Day game

Before the football game on Nov. 5, Penn State Great Valley students Carolina Aceto and Tahseen Firoz walked onto the field at Beaver Stadium to be recognized for their service in the Marine Corps. Donning Military Appreciation Day T-shirts, they joined Penn State veterans from all branches of the United States military in holding a giant American flag across the end zone as the opening bars of the national anthem rang out.
Word cloud of entrepreneurial ideas

Faculty member to present research on sustainable entrepreneurship on Nov. 9

After noticing a disconnect between the large local living economy of Philadelphia and its poverty rate, Penn State Great Valley faculty member Barrie Litzky decided to examine the idea of entrepreneurship as a vehicle for reducing hardship. She will present her research to the public at noon on Wednesday, Nov. 9, on the Penn State Great Valley campus.
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Great Valley to offer accredited MBA program in Philadelphia

Starting in fall 2017, Penn State Great Valley will offer its AACSB-accredited, part-time MBA program at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia. With free parking and easy access from I-95, Penn State’s building at the Navy Yard provides a convenient option for employees looking to enhance their business acumen and career.
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Award-winning chamber orchestra to perform at Penn State Great Valley on Oct. 26

Led by Jeri Lynne Johnson — one of the top female conductors in the world — the innovative and engaging Black Pearl Orchestra will perform at Penn State Great Valley at 7:30 p.m. Oct. 26. The Philadelphia Inquirer has described the group as being “first class on every level.”
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Oct. 6 marks kick-off event for University’s diversity and inclusion initiative

On Oct. 6 the Penn State Great Valley community will come together to help kick off an ongoing University-wide initiative that brings students, faculty and staff together to show their commitment to cultivating a diverse and inclusive environment — respectful of everyone regardless of race, ethnicity, religion, age, sexual orientation, abilities, background, veteran’s status, political beliefs, and all the ways we differ.
Engineering professor Dr. Ashkan Negahban

Professor joins Great Valley engineering faculty from Auburn University

Ashkan Negahban, assistant professor of engineering management, has joined Penn State Great Valley from Auburn University, where he taught undergraduate and graduate courses in simulation modeling and probability and statistics. This fall he will teach an online economics course for engineering students and an on-campus capstone course in engineering management where students will create relevant projects for local organizations.
John J. Sosik and former faculty member Jae Uk Chun

Penn State Great Valley professor honored by Southern Management Association

Penn State Great Valley professor John J. Sosik and former faculty member Jae Uk Chun received accolades from the Southern Management Association (SMA) for their collaborative paper titled “Leader feedback-seeking from subordinates and evaluation of leader effectiveness in leader-subordinate relationships: Subordinate expertise does matter.”
Kathryn Jablokow

Top design engineering award presented to Penn State Great Valley professor

Kathryn Jablokow, associate professor of engineering design and mechanical engineering at Penn State Great Valley, is the recipient of the 2016 Ruth and Joel Spira Outstanding Design Educator Award from the American Society of Mechanical Engineers. She is only the second woman to receive this award since it was established in 2001.
Chancellor Nemes in the Henry Gallery with Camphill Village Kimberton Hills residents.

Local village exhibits art at Penn State Great Valley’s Henry Gallery

The latest exhibit in Penn State Great Valley’s Henry Galley is "Works by the Village Residents," which features artwork from the local Camphill Village Kimberton Hills community.
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Fifth annual golf outing raises money for student scholarships

More than 75 guests attended Penn State Great Valley’s annual golf outing at the Applecross Country Club in Downingtown on May 17 to raise money in support of student scholarships.

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