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Helping a hero

Dual Enrollment students from Penn State Greater Allegheny help to build a house for a local Army veteran.
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Engineers receive $1.2M to examine conjugated polymers for flexible electronics

The National Science Foundation (NSF) has awarded $1.2M in funding to three Penn State chemical engineering researchers for a proposal which aims to identify the key polymeric properties of conjugated polymers used to develop flexible electronics.

Commonwealth Campuses offered development opportunities via Adobe Connect

New professional development opportunities for Penn State faculty and staff at Commonwealth Campuses are available through Adobe Connect.
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Where will your journey begin?

The Journey, an ongoing speaker series about career goals and personal experiences, is set to begin again this year, with Chancellor and Chief Academic Officer Andrew Egan as the first speaker on Sept. 8. The series is designed to help students who, upon entering Penn State, are confused about selecting a major and/or their career path.
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Students show Penn State pride by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity

The vision of Penn State Greater Allegheny is to always care for and advance the success of its students and communities. Each year, on several early Saturday mornings, students from the campus have helped their community by volunteering with Habitat for Humanity of Greater Pittsburgh. The tradition of students helping to build houses will continue this year as students gear up to volunteer three days this fall.

Students share science knowledge with K–12 teachers through podcasts

Students in one of Laura Guertin's earth sciences courses learned to create podcasts to help share scientific knowledge with K–12 teachers.