Emily McQuigg, left, Madison Sedilko, second from left and Holly Pringle, far right, pose with the Nittany Lion before spring commencement at Penn State New Kensington. The three graduates will earn their associate degree in radiological sciences from the campus, which is one of only two campuses at the University offering the specialized and accredited degree program focusing on x-ray. A full gallery from Penn State New Kensington's spring commencement activities can be found on the campus Facebook page.
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.
A robot recently arrived at Penn State Great Valley. While it didn’t stroll in of its own accord, it made it to Great Valley in a much more impressive way: It was built by high school students on the Lansdale Catholic robotics team, the CyberCrusaders.
MBA, leadership development, and engineering students recently audited area companies including Johnson and Johnson and Vanguard as part of a positive organizational behavior and well-being class at Penn State Great Valley. The course culminated in a miniature conference where students presented their findings to the public.
Professionals in the renewable energy field or the electric utility sector can now enroll in Penn State’s graduate certificate in distributed energy and grid modernization. Courses are offered in Philadelphia, Malvern, and online.
Starting in spring 2017, Penn State Great Valley will offer a 12-credit New Ventures and Entrepreneurship certificate for current and aspiring entrepreneurs to conceptualize and develop new business endeavors.