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CyberCrusaders robot

CyberCrusaders robot

Members of the Lansdale Catholic robotics team showcased their robot to MBA students enrolled in a management of information systems course at Penn State Great Valley.

Robot created by the Lansdale Catholic robotics team

Local high school robotics team visits Management of Information Systems class

A robot recently arrived at Penn State Great Valley. While it didn’t stroll in of its own accord, it made it to Great Valley in a much more impressive way: It was built by high school students on the Lansdale Catholic robotics team, the CyberCrusaders.
Josh Gattis and Dallas Krapf in golf cart

Josh Gattis and Dallas Krapf

At this year's golf outing, Dallas Krapf, right, and Josh Gattis conversed with each group of golfers and thanked them for their support of scholarships at Penn State Great Valley.

Dallas Krapf and Josh Gattis

Longtime donor finds value in supporting employees and area professionals

As Great Valley board member Dallas Krapf celebrates his company's 75 anniversary this year, he reflects on the importance of investing in employees. His organization, Krapf School Bus, was the presenting sponsor at this year's student scholarship fundraiser.
Penn State Great Valley parked car

Carvetised Vehicle

Penn State Great Valley wrapped car

Donna Carotenuto and Millie Ingersoll

Donna Carotenuto and Millie Ingersoll

Donna Carotenuto, left, and Millie Ingersoll, right, will retire from Penn State Great Valley at the end of June.

Donna Carotenuto and  Millie Ingersoll

Retiring Great Valley staff members to miss friendliness of campus

After over 40 combined years of work, Millie Ingersoll and Donna Carotenuto will retire from Penn State Great Valley at the end of June. Both are members of the enrollment management and student services department, and will miss the friendship and humor of their colleagues.

Nominations sought for outstanding Penn State Graduate School alumni

The Penn State Graduate School Alumni Society is accepting nominations for three recognition awards — the Early Career Award, the Lifetime Achievement Award and the Humanitarian Award — through Sept. 30.
Photo of David Russell

Retiring professor of engineering brought strategic changes to Great Valley

After teaching 101 sections of 22 different classes, authoring 130 technical articles, and visiting 30 different countries, David Russell, professor of electrical engineering at Penn State Great Valley for almost 32 years, will retire at the end of June.

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