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HemoGo

Student entrepreneurs compete for $30,000 in funding on

Sherveen Karbasiafshar is a biology student at Penn State. He, along with five other undergraduates, created HemoGO — a smartphone application designed to assist people who want to check their complete blood count on the go. HemoGO is one of six Penn State student startups working with the Pennsylvania Technical Assistance Program to compete for a pool of $30,000 in the annual Inc.U competition show “The Investment,” airing at 8 p.m. May 24 on WPSU.
HemoGo

HemoGo

Steve Flanagan, Sherveen Karbasiafshar, James Frazier and Mathew Chen created HemoGo. HemoGo is one of six Penn State student teams competing for $30,000 in funding on "The Investment" airing at 8 p.m. on Thursday, May 24, 2018, on WPSU.

Baseball and softball players

Spring student-athletes collect postseason awards

Penn State New Kensington baseball and softball players earned post-season accolades, in this New Kensington Athletics update.
Students look through microscope

New Kensington Kids in College Lab

Penn State New Kensington's Office of Continuing Education offers more than 30 Kids in College summer camps featuring classes related to science, technology, engineering, art and math.

Raven Brunner hugs chancellor during commencement

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Raven Brunner, corporate communications graduate, hugs Kevin Snider, chancellor of Penn State New Kensington, as she walks across the stage at the campus's commencement ceremony on May 5.

Raven Brunner hugs chancellor during commencement

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Raven Brunner, corporate communications graduate, hugs Kevin Snider, chancellor of Penn State New Kensington, as she walks across the stage at the campus's commencement ceremony on May 5

Raven Brunner and Shannon Josefoski

Putting Penn State values into practice

Two Penn State New Kensington graduates commit to be AmeriCorps VISTA members after commencement.
Raven Brunner and Shannon Josefoski

Raven Brunner and Shannon Josefoski

Raven Brunner, left, and Shannon Josefoski, right, spring 2018 Penn State graduates from Penn State New Kensington, have committed to the AmeriCorps VISTA program following commencement. Brunner will be a tutor with the Great Oaks Charter Schools in Newark, New Jersey. Josefoski will work in development with the College Mentors for Kids program in Indianapolis, Indiana. Josefoski also became the campus's first student to graduate with the civic and community engagement minor.

Paulina Iniguez and Gina Batiz smile for a photo

New Kensington students and faculty celebrated

‘Celebration of Excellence’ features academic, teaching and extracurricular achievements

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