Three Penn State Great Valley students recently utilized their programming and deep learning skills at a 24-hour student coding event to create Helping Hands, a product that uses Google Cloud Natural Language to translate spoken text into sign language.
After developing an interest in engineering through her high school classes, Tina DeBarberie decided to pursue a degree in the field with a long-term goal of applying her knowledge and skills to environmental conservation.
After 20 years of experience climbing the corporate ladder, Ivan Concepcion, a corporate assistant controller, finds himself back in school, pursuing a master’s degree in finance. With an impressive resume, Concepcion enrolled in the program not to seek a raise or a promotion, but rather to provide value to his company.
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.