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Students Adam Smith (Greater Allegheny) and Jennifer Naciri (University of Pittsburgh) standing next to their research at the Undergraduate Research at The Capitol Pennsylvania (URC-PA) event.

Greater Allegheny student presents research in Harrisburg

Penn State Greater Allegheny student Adam Smith presented information on a new three-dimensional (3D) drug screening platform at the Undergraduate Research at The Capitol Pennsylvania (URC-PA) in Harrisburg on April 17.
Students Adam Smith (Greater Allegheny) and Jennifer Naciri (University of Pittsburgh) standing next to their research at the Undergraduate Research at The Capitol Pennsylvania (URC-PA) event.

Greater Allegheny Student Presents Research in Harrisburg

Adam Smith (Greater Allegheny) and Jennifer Naciri (University of Pittsburgh) presenting their research.

Verónica Montecinos teaches her sociology of gender course.

Verónica Montecinos publishes new book

Verónica Montecinos, professor of sociology at Penn State Greater Allegheny, has published a new book titled  “Women Presidents and Prime Ministers in Post-Transition Democracies,” which analyzes the cultural, institutional and policy dimensions of the ascent of women to executive power. 

Group of student winners posed in front of step and repeat banner with Keynote speaker

2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium Winners

The first, second and third place winners of the Undergraduate Research Symposium posed with keynote speaker, Verónica Montecinos, at the Lehigh Valley campus on Apr. 4.

Verónica Montecinos speaking at a podium

2017 Undergraduate Research Symposium Keynote Speaker: Verónica Montecinos

Keynote speaker, Verónica Montecinos, presented about her research with political elites and women in politics during the Undergraduate Research Symposium held at the Lehigh Valley campus on Apr. 4.

Former FBI Director J. Edgar Hoover

FBI actions during 2016 election 'unethical and unprecedented,' historian says

FBI Director James Comey's disclosure in the final days of the 2016 election that the bureau had revived its investigation of Hillary Clinton's emails was "unethical and unprecedented," said Douglas Charles, associate professor of history at Penn State Greater Allegheny, during a program Feb. 6 at Penn State Behrend in which he discussed his study of the FBI and its handling of sensitive information.
Studying molecular structures of conducting polymers

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.

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