GREAT Program students and staff wear bright yellow vests and white hard hats while visiting a Massaro construction site

Spotlight on the GREAT Program

This unique program, available exclusively at Penn State New Kensington, prepares engineering and IST students for the workforce with specialized out of class activities and workshops.
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Communications faculty

New Kensington communications professor earns teaching accolades

Even a sabbatical cannot slow down a Penn State New Kensington communications faculty’s penchant for winning statewide teaching awards. Jennifer Wood, associate professor of communication arts and sciences, recently received the 2016 Harvey Kelly Excellence in Teaching Award from the Pennsylvania Communication Association.
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New Kensington fall sports expecting to make noise in conference play

Now that they are into the meat of their conference schedules, the Penn State New Kensington men's soccer, women's volleyball, and men’s and women’s golf teams will be looking to making a move in the Penn State University Athletic Conference.
Job fair participants

Alle-Kiski job fair at New Kensington geared to campus students and community

More than 50 recruiters will provide career options for current students and recent graduates, as well as those seeking a change in vocation, at the eighth annual Alle-Kiski Job Fair on Oct. 6 in the Athletics Center at Penn State New Kensington.
Pittsburgh MBA

Two information sessions planned for Penn State MBA in Pittsburgh

Penn State’s part-time master of business administration degree program in Pittsburgh will host two fall events for prospective students at 6 p.m. Oct. 12 and 27. Curriculum, course content, credit exemptions, application requirements, financial aid resources, and GMAT preparation will be discussed at information sessions at the Regional Learning Alliance (RLA), located at 850 Cranberry Woods Drive in Cranberry Township.
Student volunteers

New Kensington political forum designed to educate young voters

As the general election approaches, the Penn State New Kensington student organization My Vote Matters is mobilizing the college youth and community vote by sponsoring an evening social featuring local politicians at 6 p.m. Oct. 4 in the campus’ Café 780.