A new mobile Penn State id+ card is anticipated to launch in January 2023, allowing students to use their mobile devices to conveniently, safely and securely access campus housing facilities, purchase meals, and more.
Students, faculty and staff came together to celebrate the Festival of Lights by sharing traditional food, creating rangoli, and learning the history of Diwali from students and faculty who celebrate it.
Greg Bermon is enrolled in his fourth certificate program at Great Valley, has implemented Great Valley instructor-led training at his company, and has seen a positive impact through the team he leads.
Current Penn State id+ cardholders at Penn State Great Valley will receive a new id+ card during a re-carding event in late-November. New id+ cards will be distributed starting Nov. 17 in the Great Valley id+ office. To participate, new photos must be submitted by Nov. 4.
Penn State Great Valley has raised $3,596,093 and helped the University to achieve record-breaking success in its recently concluded campaign “A Greater Penn State for 21st Century Excellence,” nearly $800,000 more than the campus’ set goal.
The International Chinese Arts Society of Americas recently presented Penn State Great Valley with two pieces of art: a painting titled “Blossom and Prosperity” by artist Xueqin Wu and a calligraphy banner on rice paper that says “Penn State University” in Chinese. The pieces will be hung in the campus’ Knowledge Commons.
Five graduate students created iLenz, a deep-learning-powered mobile phone application that enables users to perform retinal imaging using a clip-on case, and won $15,000 in funding to further develop their idea.