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Supply chain management certificate to launch in Malvern and Philadelphia

Penn State Great Valley will launch a new, noncredit supply chain management certificate this spring. The 3-course program will be offered in Malvern and at Penn State at the Navy Yard in Philadelphia.
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Teaching and Learning with Technology introduces new Faculty Fellows

Teaching and Learning with Technology at Penn State has named its four TLT Faculty Fellows for the 2018-19 academic year — David Hunter, Kathryn W. Jablokow, Karen Kackley-Dutt, and Alan Wagner. This year's TLT Faculty Fellows will work on projects covering data science, digital fluency, immersive experiences, and robotics.
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Great Valley study on the effectiveness of entrepreneurial teams earns honors

As part of an ongoing grant from the National Science Foundation, Kathryn Jablokow, professor of engineering design and mechanical engineering at Penn State Great Valley, worked alongside Mohamed Megahed and Pratik Pachpute, two Great Valley graduate students, to study the effectiveness of entrepreneurial teams. Their research paper won second place in the entrepreneurial division of the American Society for Engineering Education.
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Premier regional tech conference to be held Oct. 18 at Penn State Great Valley

Penn State Great Valley will host the annual Tech360 conference 8 a.m. to 6 p.m. on Oct. 18. Now in its sixth year, the event draws IT professionals, thought leaders, and industry innovators from the area’s top companies to discuss how to best leverage the latest technology in today’s business climate.
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Annual Lion Cage pitch competition set for Nov. 10, includes $5,000 in prizes

Penn State Great Valley will hold the second annual Lion Cage pitch competition from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. on Saturday, Nov. 10. The day will feature a pitch competition from early-stage entrepreneurs and a keynote address from Wayne Kimmel, managing partner of SeventySix Capital. A total of $5,000 in prizes will be awarded.
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How I spent my summer: international students apply skills at internships

More than 10 graduate international students from Penn State Great Valley participated in internships this summer where they sharpened their technical and interpersonal skills. Several students share their experiences and how it prepared them for future careers.
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University Police begins equipping officers with kit to treat opioid overdoses

Currently, seven campus police stations are equipped with naloxone, including Beaver, Berks, Brandywine, DuBois, Erie, Great Valley and University Park. Administrators continue to work with local and county agencies to equip officers with naloxone at the remaining campuses.
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Penn State Great Valley to hold ‘Conflict Is Not A Dirty Word’ on Sept. 26

When issues and topics are controversial, conversations can quickly turn uncomfortable and divisive. To facilitate productive debate and discussion, Penn State Great Valley is holding “Conflict Is Not a Dirty Word,” a free event open to the public on Sept. 26.
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Four new faculty members join Penn State Great Valley engineering division

Four new faculty members have joined Penn State Great Valley’s engineering division this year: Youakim Badr, associate professor of data analytics; Parhum Delgoshaei, assistant teaching professor of systems engineering; Everton Guimaraes, assistant professor of software engineering; and Partha Mukherjee, assistant professor of data analytics.
Constitution Day 2018

Constitution Day events scheduled at Penn State campuses

Members of the Penn State and local communities are invited to celebrate Constitution Day with on-campus events at University Park on Monday, Sept. 17, as well as activities at a number of Penn State campuses.

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