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Jack DelloStritto works on hospital equipment at desk

Jack DelloStritto

Jack DelloStritto, Penn State New Kensington biomedical engineering technology alumnus, works on hospital equipment during his program internship at Children's Hospital in Pittsburgh.

Five professors from Catholic University and Penn State stand in front of a building in France.

Penn State delegation fostering partnerships abroad

A delegation from three Pittsburgh-area Penn State campuses — including Beaver, Greater Allegheny and New Kensington — will visit two universities in Europe this summer to foster global partnerships and expand the Experiential Digital Global Engagement, or EDGE, program.
Five professors from Catholic University and Penn State stand in front of a building in France.

Penn State Beaver, GA, NK delegation in Europe

A delegation from Penn State's western campuses stopped at the Catholic University in Lille, France. Pictured here, left to right, are: Céline Blondeau, vice dean of management, economics, and sciences at Catho Lille; Bernice Cerasaro, assistant teaching professor in business at Penn State Greater Allegheny; Yang Xu, associate professor of business at Penn State New Kensington; Dan Smith, assistant teaching professor of business at Penn State Beaver; and Véronique Flambard, rising vice dean at Catho, Lille.

Marcella Moore, student, presents research and poster

Marcella Moore at Penn State New Kensington Research Fair

Marcella Moore, left, a biobehavioral health student at Penn State New Kensington, presents her research and poster at the 2018 Research and Creative Exposition at the campus. Her research, related to health literacy and outcomes, was completed for her advanced applications in research class (BBH 411) and utilized data that she and her classmates collected during the spring semester.

Marcella Moore, student, presents research and poster

Biobehavioral health major offers students unique, competitive edge

New Kensington students get real-world preparation in and out of the classroom
Tour group passes behind lion shrine at Penn State New Kensington

Tour group walking at Penn State New Kensington

A tour group passes behind the lion shrine at Penn State New Kensington during an open house event.

Marcella Moore, student, presents research and poster

Biobehavioral health major offers students unique, competitive edge

The biobehavioral health program at Penn State New Kensington offers students unique, real-world preparation in health-related fields.
Racheal Sunday, student, stands next to her research poster

Racheal Sunday presents research at 2018 Research and Creative Exposition

Racheal Sunday, a biobehavioral health student at Penn State New Kensington, presents her research and poster at the 2018 Research and Creative Exposition at the campus. Her research, related to flu vaccines and health insurance, was completed for her advanced applications in research class (BBH 411) and utilized data that she and her classmates collected during the spring semester.

Marcella Moore, student, presents research and poster

Marcella Moore at Research Fair

Marcella Moore, biobehavioral health student at Penn State New Kensington, presents her research and poster at the 2018 Research and Creative Exposition at the campus. Her research, related to health literacy and outcomes, was completed for her advanced applications in research class (BBH 411) and utilized data that she and her classmates collected during the spring semester.

Marcella Moore, student, presents research and poster

Marcella Moore at Research Fair

Marcella Moore, left, a biobehavioral health student at Penn State New Kensington, presents her research and poster at the 2018 Research and Creative Exposition at the campus. Her research, related to health literacy and outcomes, was completed for her advanced applications in research class (BBH 411) and utilized data that she and her classmates collected during the spring semester.

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