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Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski

From pizza to proposal

Penn State alums return to New Kensington campus for surprise engagement.
Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski stand in front of New Kensington campus

Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski engaged at New Kensington campus

Greg Zyhowski '11 and Ashley Myerski '11 stand in front of the New Kensington campus during a snowy day on Feb. 17.  Zyhowski proposed to Myerski moments before.  Both Penn Staters started their Penn State careers at the New Kensington campus and finished at the University Park campus

Close-up of Ashley Myerski's engagement ring

Close-up of Ashley Myerski's engagement ring

A close-up view of Ashley Myerski's engagement ring.  Greg Zyhowski '11 proposed to Myerski '11 moments before at the New Kensington campus.  Both Penn Staters started their Penn State careers at the New Kensington campus and finished at the University Park campus

Ashley Myerski kisses Greg Zyhowski on the cheek after proposal

Penn State Alums Zyhowski and Myerski engaged at New Kensington

Ashley Myerski '11 kisses Greg Zyhowski '11 on the cheek after he proposed during a surprise engagement at Penn State New Kensington.  Both Penn Staters started their Penn State careers at the New Kensington campus and finished at the University Park campus

Ashley Myerski kisses Greg Zyhowski on the cheek after proposal

Penn State Alums Zyhowski and Myerski engaged at New Kensington

Ashley Myerski '11 kisses Greg Zyhowski '11 on the cheek after he proposed during a surprise engagement at Penn State New Kensington.  Both Penn Staters started their Penn State careers at the New Kensington campus and finished at the University Park campus

Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski

Penn State Alums, Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski, get engaged at New Kensington campus

Greg Zyhowski '11 and Ashley Myerski '11 stand next to the Lion Shrine at the New Kensington campus during a snowy day on Feb. 17.  Zyhowski proposed to Myerski moments before.  Both Penn Staters started their Penn State careers at the New Kensington campus and finished at the University Park campus.

Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski

Penn State Alums, Greg Zyhowski and Ashley Myerski, get engaged at New Kensington campus

Greg Zyhowski '11 and Ashley Myerski '11 stand next to the Lion Shrine at the New Kensington campus during a snowy day on Feb. 17.  Zyhowski proposed to Myerski moments before.  Both Penn Staters started their Penn State careers at the New Kensington campus and finished at the University Park campus.

New Kensington's Broadwater and Rojas earn PSUAC post-season awards

New Kensington sports weekly

New Kensington basketball players receive post-season awards from PSUAC.
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.

New Kensington's Broadwater and Rojas earn PSUAC post-season awards

New Kensington's Broadwater and Rojas earn PSUAC post-season awards

Penn State New Kensington's Wilson Rojas, softmore, and Dorian Broadwater, senior, earn PSUAC post-season awards.  Broadwater earned 2nd team all-conference accolades and Rojas earned the John Fritz Sportsmanship award in Feb. 2018.

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