Penn State New Kensington student Raven Brunner earned a scholarship from the National Conference for College Women Student Leaders to attend the organization’s annual conference May 31 to June 3 at the University of Maryland in College Park.
It’s no secret that Penn State includes a network of campuses throughout the state of Pennsylvania, but incoming students may not be fully aware of all the financial benefits attending a campus other than University Park may afford.
In keeping with tradition, radiological sciences students from Penn State New Kensington took home the hardware March 18 at the Pennsylvania Society of Radiologic Technologists (PSRT) conference in State College.
Want to know if you are ready for a driverless car? Need to find out the role of multi-colored paper in short-term memory? Anxious for a new sleeping aid? The answers to these and other questions are available at the next episode of Penn State New Kensington’s Research and Creative Exposition, which is set from 1 to 3 p.m. Tuesday, April 11, in the campus Athletics Center.
Incoming Penn State New Kensington students who received scholarships for fall 2017 were honored March 22 at the annual Spring Scholarship Breakfast at Oakmont Country Club. The social gave the new Penn Staters a chance to meet campus faculty, staff and students, and get a preview of college life. More than 200 freshmen earned awards for the upcoming academic year.
Responding to fast-paced breakthroughs in technology that enhance the educational experience of students, Penn State New Kensington reconstituted an advisory board for the Information Sciences and Technology (IST) program.
Seventeen Penn State students, including 13 enrolled in the College of Agricultural Sciences, were among 28 who received scholarships from the Pennsylvania Farm Show Scholarship Foundation during the 101st Pennsylvania Farm Show in Harrisburg. The foundation awards scholarships to young people who are registered in a post-secondary educational institution and who have exhibited at the Farm Show. To be chosen, students must exhibit leadership qualities and excellent academic performance, according to the foundation.
Former Penn State New Kensington student Richard Gilbert, principle telecommunications engineer in the networks and cyber security department at Bombardier Transportation, will be the keynote speaker at the campus' fall commencement ceremony at 10 a.m. Saturday, Dec. 17, in the Forum Theatre.