Robyn Chotiner (left), adjunct lecturer of biobehavioral health, accepts the 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award (part-time) from Craig Hammond, assistant director of academic affairs and associate professor of arts and humanities at Penn State New Kensington. The award was presented at the 2019 Celebration of Excellence Awards ceremony at the campus on April 26.
Kevin Snider (left), chancellor of Penn State New Kensington, presents Joseph Cuiffi (right) with the 2019 Excellence in Teaching Award (full-time) at the Celebration of Excellence Awards ceremony on April 26. Cuiffi is program coordinator and assistant teaching professor of electro-mechanical engineering technology (EMET) at the campus.
Sedona Rogers, sophomore electro-mechanical engineering technology student, poses after being named the recipient of the 2019 Eric A. and Josephine S. Walker Award at Penn State New Kensington. The honor is given annually to the student whose outstanding qualities of character, scholarship and leadership contribute to the prestige of the campus. The award was established in 1980 by Penn State President Eric A. Walker and is presented at each of Penn State's campuses.
Penelope Morrison (left), assistant professor and program coordinator of biobehavioral health (BBH), poses for a photo with BBH student Marcella Moore after the 2019 Celebration of Excellence awards ceremony at Penn State New Kensington. Moore was presented with an academic recognition award from the program.