Kathryn Jablokow, professor of engineering design and mechanical engineering, recently received a prestigious National Science Foundation Director’s Award as part of the team that created the Engineering Research Initiation program.
Kathryn Jablokow’s keynote, “The Edge of Uncomfortable,” will be held virtually on March 2 and will focus on the challenges of measuring progress and success while searching for transformative technological innovation.
Sandra Spanier, Penn State Edwin Erle Sparks Professor of English and general editor of the Hemingway Letters Project, will talk about the project to locate, research and publish the complete collected letters of Ernest Hemingway on Thursday, Nov. 4, at Penn State Great Valley.
Adam Selverian, lead instructor of Penn State Great Valley's Project Management Certificate Program, recently made a six-part educational video series with the Project Management Institute, and brings real-world experience to his teaching.
The Institute for Computational and Data Sciences' Roar supercomputer helped a team of Penn State Great Valley researchers investigate a deep-learning model that could one day help guide doctors in making treatment decisions for lung cancer patients.
Youakim Badr, Partha Mukherjee, Raghu Sangwan, and Satish Srinivasan's research proposal brings a multidisciplinary approach to evaluating intelligent systems, identifying vulnerabilities, and developing solutions to mitigate risks.
Researchers at Penn State aim to help minimize the risk of COVID-19 spread by identifying specific subway stations in which intervention resources — such as setting up testing sites, allocating additional personnel to disinfect frequently touched surfaces in subway stations, and distributing masks and hand sanitizer — could be of greatest benefit.