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Shenango faculty explore the cutting-EDGE of teaching

Drs. Dunn and Shaffer to implement Penn State University’s Experiential Digital Global Engagement (EDGE) program into their classrooms to enhance their students' cultural experience.
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Shenango students to benefit from SAC-tober fundraising

SAC committee puts time and efforts into helping students.
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Thinking outside the box is everyday ‘business as usual’ for Shenango staff

In order to establish stronger relationships with their students, the Shenango Academic Advising Office staff has established a Lunch & Learn program which provides thought-provoking workshops.
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Internship launches student’s career in behavioral health

Erica Meszaros recently completed an OTA and a HDFS degree at Penn State Shenango. Her passion for helping others, combined with her successful internship at Sharon Regional, landed her a position at the hospital upon graduation.
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Penn State Shenango faculty explore the 'cutting-EDGE' of teaching

While most faculty spend their summer completing research, teaching summer classes, or preparing for the fall semester, Penn State Shenango Assistant Teaching Professor of Nursing Maureen Dunn spent part of her summer abroad, networking with faculty from Lille Catholic University in France and at The Hague University of Applied Sciences in the Netherlands. Dunn’s trip was in collaboration with Penn State’s Experiential Digital Global Engagement (EDGE) program.
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Shenango to celebrate Global Entrepreneurship Month with two presentations

Penn State Shenango will hold two events in November in recognition of Global Entrepreneurship Month. Matt Caputo, assistant teaching professor of engineering, will present “The Re-design of the OneCar, a Multi-Disciplinary Approach” at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 14. The second presentation, “Opportunity and Reward: Bridging the Gap between Engineering & Ecology,” will be given by Dan Wallace and Brian Pancher of the WallacePancher Group at 5:30 p.m. on Nov. 21. Both events will be held at the eCenter @ LindenPointe in Hermitage.
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Penn State Shenango community loses dear colleague and friend

Robin Elaine Criswell, age 47, of Neshannock Twp., died unexpectedly on Oct. 14. Criswell was an administrative assistant to the Business and Finance Office and Athletics Department at Penn State Shenango for the last two and a half years.

Penn State Bookstore awards final round of grants

The Penn State Bookstore, which is operated by Barnes & Noble College, has awarded its fifth round of grants to support a range of programs and initiatives throughout the University. Launched in the 2015-16 academic year, the grant program began through a $1.25 million commitment to Penn State to help advance the University’s most pressing priorities.
Eight student startups showcased their innovations

2019 Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference Overview

The commitment to the ingenious power of partnership was on full display at the convening of the 2019 Invent Penn State Venture & IP Conference, Oct. 3 and 4, at the Penn Stater Hotel and Conference Center. The event featured 85 startup companies, 90 investors and advisers and 30 sponsors, which all collaborated over the two-day event to propel entrepreneurship and innovation.