William Doan - Penn State Laureate for the 2019–20 academic year, professor of theatre in the College of Arts and Architecture, and artist-in-residence in the College of Nursing - explains "The Anxiety Project." Doan will bring his work to Penn State New Kensington on March 17.
Dalynn Park, pictured left, works on a piece of hospital equipment in the biomedical engineering technology (BET) lab at Penn State New Kensignton with Trey Peters. Park, who is finishing her last year in the BET program, was named the 2020 recipient of the Frederick J. Berger Award from Tau Alpha Pi, the national honor society for engineering technology.
Artwork in a variety of mediums by high school students hangs in the Penn State New Kensington Art Gallery throughout the month of March. The annual "Arts Alive" exhibit, sponsored by the Alle-Kiski Arts Consortium, features student works from five local districts.
The 2020 THON dancers for Penn State New Kensington have fun as they prepare for the 46-hour dance marathon beginning Feb. 21. The campus' dancers include, from left to right: Bradyn Claycomb, Gianna Foglia, Jonathan Schofield and Neeha Thulasiram.
The 2020 New Kensington THON dancers show their diamonds as they prepare for THON weekend, Feb. 21-23. The dancers, chosen by committee and pictured left to right are: Bradyn Claycomb, Gianna Foglia, Jonathan Schofield and Neeha Thulasiram.
The 2020 New Kensington THON dancers are prepared for the annual 46-hour no sitting, no sleeping dance marathon beginning Feb. 21. The dancers, from left to right, are: Gianna Foglia, Bradyn Claycomb, Neeha Thulasiram and Jonathan Schofield.
The traveling museum featuring historical artifacts from the 1700's to present day will visit the campus on Feb. 5. The step dance performance group will perform Feb. 27. Both events are free and open to the public.