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Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski

From pizza to proposal

Penn State alums return to New Kensington campus for surprise engagement.
New Kensington engineering faculty make first  "Faculty Matters" panel and stream a success

First "Faculty Matters" panel and stream a success at New Kensington

Penn State New Kensington engineering faculty members participated in the campus' first "Faculty Matters" panel and stream on Feb. 19.  The news series, organized by the Academic and Career Success Center, focuses on highlighting faculty members, academic majors, career pathways and more.  The event was held in the campus Conference Center and streamed on the campus' Facebook page at facebook.com/pennstatenewkensington.  The event stream can be viewed at: https://www.facebook.com/pennstatenewkensington/videos/1648722175208349/ Pictured (from left to right): Ruth Herstek, assistant coordinator for academic and student success; Nick Petrucci, lecturer in electro-mechanical engineering technology; Dr. Joseph Cuiffi, program coordinator and assistant teaching professor of electro-mechanical engineering technology; Dr. Haifeng Wang, assistant professor of electro-mechanical engineering technology; Joan Kowalski, assistant teaching professor of engineering; and Dr. Joie Marhefka, program coordinator and assistant teaching professor of biomedical engineering technology.

Books on table

Continuing Education plans upcoming professional development trainings

New Kensington's Office of Continuing Education plans upcoming professional development courses.
The elms near Old Main

Interdisciplinary projects awarded seed grants from IEE

The 2017–18 Institutes of Energy and the Environment (IEE) seed grant recipients have recently been awarded to 16 groups of interdisciplinary researchers at Penn State. This year nearly $350,000 have been awarded to more than 40 researchers in five colleges at University Park as well as at four campuses.
EMET professor and students in lab

New Kensington engineering students work in lab

Joseph Cuiffi, program coordinator and assistant teaching professor of electro-mechanical engineering technology at Penn State New Kensington, works with students during an electrical engineering lab.

EMET professor and students in lab

“Faculty Matters” panel to highlight New Kensington engineering faculty

New Kensington to host "Faculty Matters" panel on Feb. 19.
Andrew Belser

Penn State Laureate to bring "FaceAge" exhibit and lecture to New Kensington

Award-winning multimedia exhibition to be featured Feb. 20-23
Andrew Belser

Andrew Belser, 2017-2018 Penn State laureate

Andrew Belser, Penn State Laureate for 2017-2018 and professor of movement, voice and acting.  Belser's "FaceAge" multimedia exhibit will be shown at Penn State New Kensington Feb. 20-23.  

Andrew Belser

Andrew Belser, 2017-2018 Penn State laureate

Andrew Belser, Penn State Laureate for 2017-2018 and professor of movement, voice and acting.  Belser's "FaceAge" multimedia exhibit will be shown at Penn State New Kensington Feb. 20-23.  

Andrew Belser

Andrew Belser, 2017-2018 Penn State laureate

Andrew Belser, Penn State Laureate for 2017-2018 and professor of movement, voice and acting.  Belser's "FaceAge" multimedia exhibit will be shown at Penn State New Kensington Feb. 20-23.  

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