The Nittany Neighbors program created at Penn State New Kensington in response to the coronavirus pandemic is testament to the fact that, as campus director of student affairs Theresa Bonk said, "we are a family, and like any family, we take care of our own."
Emily McQuigg, left, Madison Sedilko, second from left and Holly Pringle, far right, pose with the Nittany Lion before spring commencement at Penn State New Kensington. The three graduates will earn their associate degree in radiological sciences from the campus, which is one of only two campuses at the University offering the specialized and accredited degree program focusing on x-ray. A full gallery from Penn State New Kensington's spring commencement activities can be found on the campus Facebook page.
Prospective students can explore opportunities in the field of radiology and biomedical technology from 6:30 to 9 p.m. Oct. 27 during Penn State New Kensington's open house in the campus Conference Center. Sponsored by the radiological sciences and biomedical engineering technology programs, the joint open house is geared to high school seniors and juniors, and adult learners.