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Penn State Great Valley

"I had an idea to build my own app"

After competing in esports professionally for 10 years, Rob Ambrose leveraged University resources and graduate coursework to launch his own app, allowing players, coaches, and analysts to strategize.
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An MBA Tailored to Busy Professionals

Penn State Great Valley's AACSB-accredited MBA is now extended across the Philadelphia region — allowing graduate students to spend more time learning and less time commuting.
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Building confidence and a sales strategy

A data mining course allowed Jackie Markle, a first-generation college graduate and data analytics student, to strategically apply what she's learned in the classroom to her daily life.
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Big data lab research provides students with competitive advantage

Two Master of Information Science students will graduate with job offers thanks to their studies and hands-on research analyzing tweets during the recent election.
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Professional development courses contribute to promotion

After being assigned to a new project team, Laura Materi enrolled in the project management certificate program. As she gained experience both in the classroom and at work, she sat for the PMP® exam and received a promotion.
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Penn State Great Valley announces fall arts and culture events

The series kicks off on Wednesday, Sept. 25, with Janny Scott discussing her new book, "The Beneficiary," which delves into the complicated personalities of her iconic Main Line family.
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'Noontime U' highlights fall series of events at Penn State at the Navy Yard

Bring your lunch and get ready to relax and learn at the new "Noontime U" series of talks at Penn State at the Navy Yard. The fall series focuses on sustainable living and kicks off at noon on Wednesday, Sept. 18.
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Penn State Great Valley to host Complex Adaptive Systems Conference

The Complex Adaptive Systems Conference, to be held Nov. 13-15 at Penn State Great Valley, will bring together researchers from academia, industry, and government to discuss applications of computational intelligence and machine learning methods to address challenges in cyber physical systems and sociotechnical systems.
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New faculty members bring academic and industry experience to the classroom

Faculty who bring real-world experience and research to the classroom are invaluable to students’ growth and learning. Two such faculty members joined Penn State Great Valley’s management division this semester: Yong O. Kim, assistant teaching professor of finance, and Yuan Shi, assistant professor of accounting.
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Students interested in AI invited to attend Nittany AI Challenge Celebration

Students interested in working with artificial intelligence are invited to attend the Nittany AI Challenge Celebration Event from 5-8 p.m. Sept. 10 in Heritage Hall in the HUB-Robeson Center at University Park. Students can register to network with AI professionals, enjoy a free meal, get inspired to create teams for the 2020 challenge, and see which projects from the 2019 challenge have been awarded additional development funding.
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Rudy retires after 20 years in Police Services

After nearly 20 years of distinguished service to Penn State Berks, University Police Deputy Chief Kevin Rudy will retire on Aug. 31, 2019. His retirement is the culmination of nearly 40 years in law enforcement.