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Trustees approve plans and funds for part of engineering expansion

9/18/2020

As the next stage of a proposed, decade-long initiative that will transform the Penn State College of Engineering and its facilities, the Board of Trustees approved final design plans and authorized expenditures of $88 million for a new research and teaching building near the western edge of the University Park campus.

Return and Get it

9/16/2020

The making, unmaking, and remaking of Agbogbloshie, a 20-acre scrapyard in the city of Accra, Ghana.

Virtual symposium on design thinking to be held Sept. 25

9/15/2020

The Stuckeman Center for Design Computing (SCDC) is collaborating with the School of Engineering Design, Technology and Professional Programs (SEDTAPP) at Penn State to bring its annual Flash Symposium and Open House to the virtual environment on Sept. 25. The theme of the 2020 online event is “Design Thinking.”

Penn State Health receives grant to mitigate COVID-19 in care facilities

9/3/2020

The Pennsylvania Department of Human Services has awarded Penn State $22.9 million to participate in its Regional Response Health Collaboration Program, which aims to mitigate and respond to COVID-19 outbreaks in nursing homes and long-term care facilities.

Mechanical systems design expert joins engineering design program

8/14/2020

Jared Butler will join the Penn State College of Engineering's School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs as an assistant professor of engineering design on Aug. 15.

From the human body to the human mind: Soccer player turned engineer

8/12/2020

Noriana Radwan, a former kinesiology student and division one soccer player, knew that she wanted to help others reach peak athletic performance with her degree -- or so she thought.

Learning Factory virtual summer programs focus on diversity, professional growth

8/11/2020

With many students losing summer internships and career development opportunities because of COVID-19, the Bernard M. Gordon Learning Factory was determined to provide these students with continuing education and professional development opportunities.

Director of engineering technology and commonwealth engineering redefined

8/7/2020

To continue to enhance the robust relationship between Penn State's College of Engineering and the University's array of engineering programs across its Commonwealth Campuses, the college recently redefined its director of engineering technology and commonwealth engineering position located within the School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs.

The Learning Factory is 'taking summer back' with at-home engineering challenges

8/3/2020

The Penn State College of Engineering’s Bernard M. Gordon Learning Factory is helping students take their summer back, after months in isolation due to the COVID-19 pandemic, through an international competition, “The Great Learning Factory Make Off.”

Enriching technical capabilities by improving professional skills

7/15/2020

When Anthony Aloisi, a system engineer at Siemens Mobility, was exploring graduate engineering opportunities, he knew he wanted to find a program that would complement his bachelor’s degree in electrical engineering from Penn State.

New Kensington biomedical engineering alums help keep hospitals running

7/8/2020

Alumni of Penn State Kew Kensington’s biomedical engineering technology (BET) program are helping keep vital healthcare equipment working and hospitals running across Pennsylvania and the nation.

Single-patient stethoscopes show heartbeat of Penn State's COVID-19 response

7/7/2020

In close collaboration with Penn State Health and the Center for Medical Innovation at Penn State College of Medicine, Penn State College of Engineering faculty and students organized to design and deliver disposable stethoscopes to help equip front-line health care workers battling the COVID-19 pandemic.

Architecture faculty project awarded World Smart Cities Urban Innovation Prize

6/30/2020

The Agbogbloshie Makerspace Platform, which was founded by Penn State Stuckeman School faculty members DK Osseo-Asare and Yasmine Abbas, has been awarded the Smart Cities Urban Innovation Award for Citizen Engagement in the Le Monde 2020 World Urban Innovation Challenge.

Veterans, active military can now use Penn State's credit database

6/25/2020

Military service members and veterans looking to attend Penn State can now use an online tool to see how their experiences in the military can translate into credits toward a Penn State degree.

PA Environmental Resource Consortium honors campus sustainability champions

6/17/2020

The Pennsylvania Environmental Resource Consortium (PERC) recently announced this year’s Campus Sustainability Champions (CSC) for Penn State, highlighting the contributions of students, staff and faculty for their work to advance sustainable development.

Great Valley engineering lab manager manufactures personal protective equipment

5/20/2020

As hospitals across the United States face a shortage of N95 masks during the COVID-19 crisis, Penn State Great Valley engineering lab manager Dennis Wozniak is helping to address these needs by producing mask shields in the campus' Innovation Center.

Students explore solution to create a reliable broadband in rural communities

5/19/2020

In rural communities across the United States, delivering reliable broadband internet to customers remains problematic for service providers.

Engineering capstone design showcase winners announced

5/15/2020

With the shift to a virtual format for this year's College of Engineering Learning Factory Capstone Design Project Showcase, students shared their semester's hard work on the showcase’s newly developed website.

2020 Summer Founders Program draws record number of teams and increases amount

5/8/2020

A record number of student startups from across Penn State campuses are getting ready for the 2020 Summer Founders program.

Institute awards 32 computational and data sciences seed grants

5/8/2020

Understanding polarized political opinions, predicting Arctic Sea ice levels, and accelerating quantum computing with machine learning -- these are just a few focuses of the dozens of new Penn State research projects that have been funded by Institute for Computational and Data Sciences seed grants.

Plasma medicine research highlights antibacterial effects and potential uses

5/7/2020

As interest in the application of plasma medicine -- the use of low-temperature plasma (LTP) created by an electrical discharge to address medical problems -- continues to grow, so does the need for research advancements proving its capabilities and potential impacts on the health care industry.

Understanding the impacts of unexpected shift to digital learning

5/5/2020

The unexpected transition to online classes due to the COVID-19 pandemic has prompted many changes for undergraduate students and their instructors.

Virtual speaker series in May to focus on impact of COVID-19

5/4/2020

The Penn State Law, Policy and Engineering (LPE) initiative is hosting a virtual speaker series titled "Technology, Policy and Law during COVID-19" that will consist of six sessions throughout the month of May.

Engineering capstone design showcase to be held virtually

4/27/2020

Each semester, Penn State senior engineering students present their capstone design projects at the College of Engineering Learning Factory Capstone Design Showcase. This semester, to coordinate with the shift to all online courses, the showcase will take place entirely online from Friday, May 1, to Friday, May 8.

Reusable medical devices could help solve key COVID-19 problem

4/27/2020

Shortages of medical supplies such as ventilators, face shields and masks has been a recurring problem during the COVID-19 pandemic and production has struggled to keep up.

Engineering design project focuses on climate change and sustainability

4/24/2020

Engineering Design (EDSGN 100) students have been tasked with helping to address climate change by designing solutions that could improve sustainability at Penn State and in the communities that surround it.

Engineering capstone design projects adjusted to battle pandemic

4/15/2020

When two teams of students in a Penn State biomedical engineering capstone design course received their projects at the beginning of the spring semester, little did they know that their efforts would have relevance to a pandemic.

Penn State team develops prototype for testing site protective booth

4/14/2020

A team of faculty, graduate students and staff from the Stuckeman School and the College of Engineering at Penn State have teamed up to design and build a "glove box nursing booth" prototype that could potentially be used by health care providers working at drive-thru COVID-19 testing sites.

Walter L. Robb, Penn State alumnus and philanthropist, remembered

4/8/2020

Penn State and the College of Engineering faculty, staff and students are mourning the loss of alumnus and longtime supporter Walter L. Robb, who died on March 23, at age 91 from complications from COVID-19 in Schenectady, New York.

Penn State team explores creative solutions for health provider safety

3/30/2020

An interdisciplinary team of more than 100 Penn State faculty, staff and students has mobilized to address the widespread shortage of protective gear as a result of the COVID-19 pandemic by creating fast and scalable solutions for sterilizing and manufacturing PPEs.

Professor celebrates successful remote learning with video parody

3/30/2020

Jesse McTernan, assistant teaching professor in Penn State's School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs, is giving us the opportunity to laugh with a video parody he created.

College of Engineering welcomes new Engineering Leadership Development director

3/26/2020

Paul Mittan will join the Penn State College of Engineering's School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs as the new director of the Engineering Leadership Development program.

Entrepreneurship program for underrepresented groups in STEM to expand

3/26/2020

VentureWell, a nonprofit organization dedicated to empowering future inventors, innovators and entrepreneurs, has awarded researchers in the Penn State College of Engineering's School of Engineering Design, Technology, and Professional Programs $24,000 to support and expand an existing extracurricular program in the College of Engineering, Boosting Undergraduate Innovation and Leadership through Design (BUILD).

NASA selects Penn State student team to build technology for lunar missions

3/23/2020

Penn State students from the Student Space Programs Laboratory comprise one of eight university teams recently selected by the National Aeronautics and Space Administration to develop new technology to study the surface of the moon.

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