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A female student is pictured completing paperwork in the campus's OTA Lab.

Students benefit from staff-led 'Fuel for the Future' fund

In 2016, the Penn State Shenango Staff Advisory Council (SAC) introduced a new fundraising initiative to support students at the Shenango campus. The program, titled “Fuel for the Future,” was designed to provide financial assistance to a student or students who are participating in an internship program or working on their clinical outside of the campus.
A female student is pictured completing paperwork in the campus's OTA Lab.

Ashley Yavorsky completes paperwork in the campus's OTA Lab

Ashley Yavorsky from Greenville, PA., works on paperwork in the campus's Occupational Therapy Lab. Yavorsky was the most recent student to receive funds from the staff-led "Fuel for the Future" fund.

A Penn State Shenango banner on the campus's Pedestrian Mall area

Summer classes are still available at Penn State Shenango

There’s still an opportunity to take classes this summer at Penn State Shenango. The first six-week summer session begins May 14 and continues through June 22. Summer sessions, which include day, evening and online courses, offer students a chance to catch up on classes or get ahead for the fall.
A Penn State Shenango banner on the campus's Pedestrian Mall area

Summer classes to begin soon at Penn State Shenango

Summer classes will begin soon at Penn State Shenango. Seats are still available in many courses.

Penn State Shenango graduates' caps seen from above

Penn State Shenango Commencement Ceremony

The "blue cap" says it all! It's graduation time at Penn State Shenango.

A young man is tracing his hand over an older man's face during a FaceAge encounter.

Young and old learn about each other through FaceAge

David is 87, with a gentle smile, intelligent, compassionate eyes, and neuropathy. Caleb, 22, bristling with youth, reaches out tentatively toward David's face. Bright tattoos covering Caleb's forearm simultaneously counter and complement David's white hair and beard. As Caleb's fingers trace David's jaw, he says quietly, with some incredulity...'even the scars are soft.'

Three men standing in front of a building at the eCenter@LindenPointe

Penn State funds entrepreneurship centers in each of its 21 campus communities

As part of its Invent Penn State initiative, Penn State Feb. 5 announced four new seed grants, each valued at $50,000, designed to bolster entrepreneurship and economic development in communities surrounding Penn State campuses across the Commonwealth. With the announcement, the University’s effort has grown to include 21 hubs for innovation spread across Pennsylvania, including the Shenango campus — an undertaking that was introduced by Penn State President Eric J. Barron just two and a half years ago.
Three students are sitting at a table in the campus' Great Hall area and are speaking with the the campus director and a faculty member.

Building from a solid foundation

Campus Director Dr. Jo Anne Carrick takes us through the highlights and progress at Penn State Shenango in 2017. The campus saw major plans unfold as Shenango continued to grow through support, collaboration, and a strong foundation.
Two young students are pictured--one looking into a microscope and the other taking notes.

STEM Camp returns to Penn State Shenango for summer 2018

Penn State Shenango’s popular STEM Camp will be offered again this summer to middle school-aged children. The weeklong day camp runs from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday, June 18 through Friday, June 22.
Two young students are pictured--one looking into a microscope and the other taking notes.

Penn State Shenango STEM Camp students look at microbes during a microbiology session held this past summer.

Penn State Shenango STEM Camp students look at microbes during a microbiology session held this past summer.

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