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.
Soul Steps, a New York City-based step group founded in 2005 by Maxine Lyle, will perform at Penn State New Kensington on Feb. 27 at 12:15 p.m. in the Forum Theatre. The performance is free and open to the public.
The True Black History Museum, a traveling museum teaching Black history through showcasing historical artifacts, will visit Penn State New Kensington on Wednesday, Feb. 5. The exhibit, much like the one pictured at Henry Ford College, will be in the campus Athletic Center from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. There will also be a lecture at 12:05 p.m. in the Forum Theatre that same day.
Joshua Zakrzewski kicks a soccer ball away from the goal line during a men's soccer game at Penn State New Kensington. The goalie has been recognized for his athletic abilities on the soccer field by the Penn State University Athletic Conference (PSUAC) and United States Collegiate Athletic Association (USCAA) during his time at the campus.
With his collegiate soccer career at Penn State New Kensington complete, Joshua Zakrzewski, administration of justice major at Penn State New Kensington, looks forward to completing his degree at the campus and entering a field within public service.
Joshua Zakrzeski, senior at Penn State New Kensington, served as goalie for the campus' men's soccer team and helped them reach the PSUAC playoffs for each of the seasons he has been a student at the campus (2016,2017 and 2019).
"A Wooded Lot," a watercolor painting by Patricia Majcher, hangs in the Penn State New Kensington Art Gallery. Majcher, a retired teacher from Hempfield Area School District, is showcasing two of her paintings as part of the Alle-Kiski Arts Consortium's art educator exhibit, "Practice What We Teach." The exhibit runs Jan. 6-31 at the campus.
Yesenia Figueroa-Lifschitz (left), library assistant, speaks with Kasey Hudak, associate professor of corporate communication, at Penn State New Kensington's annual Faculty Publication Celebration in the campus' Blissell Library. Hudak was one of many honored at the event for authoring an article in an academic publication.