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Penn State announces fixed-term faculty promotions, effective July 1, 2018

The following is a list of fixed-term faculty promotions at Penn State, effective July 1.
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Great Valley graduate students place second in data analysis competition

Five Penn State Great Valley graduate students recently worked nonstop to analyze a complex, 14 million row dataset from Indeed.com. Little did they know that just 48 hours later they would be recognized for their findings and creativity after two rounds of presentations.
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Cybersecurity professional passes CISSP exam; credits Great Valley course

Dipak Patel, a senior application development architect, recently earned the highly sought-after CISSP credential. A year ago, he wasn't sure how to start preparing for the grueling exam. But he discovered Penn State Great Valley's preparation course, which helped him delve into the various cybersecurity domains and create a study plan.
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Abington MBA

Christian Hicks, MBA academic program manager, left, at the Penn State Great Valley School of Graduate Professional Studies, works with a student. 

Abington MBA

Abington MBa

MBA classes at Penn State Abington meet one night a week from 6 to 9 p.m., either face-to-face or via video conferencing, with additional online coursework.

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Penn State Abington launches MBA program

Professionals looking to accelerate their career paths can pursue the MBA at Penn State Abington beginning in fall 2018.
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Engineering students present capstone projects at annual Design Expo

Senior engineering students from Penn State Brandywine and Penn State Abington presented their senior capstone projects at the campuses’ annual Design Expo on Tuesday, April 24. The event was held at Penn State Great Valley.
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Student-built robot fends off flooding and erosion

Purchasing a $60,000 video robot to inspect stormwater pipes didn't fit into the budget for one Pennsylvania municipality, so officials rely on Stormbot, built by students in Penn State's Philadelphia regional engineering degree.
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Stormbot

Horsham Township Public Works Director Dennis Haggerty and an employee watch the Stormbot's progress on the custom console.

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