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Brianna Toth

Greater Allegheny alumna Brianna Toth publishes book

Brianna Toth, a Penn State alumna who majored in English at the Greater Allegheny campus, has just published "The Dragon and the Double-Edged Sword," a book that is set in the year 2599.
Greater Allegheny students discuss research at conference

Students present research during conference

Students had the opportunity to present semester long research to fellow students, faculty and staff during the recent Teaching International and Honors Research Conference, held on campus.
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.
Student Derrick Ferrer Standing in front of Penn State Greater Allegheny Logo

Greater Allegheny exchange student interns with McKeesport Little Theater

Exchange student Derrick Ferrer, from the University of Puerto Rico at Mayagüez, is studying at Penn State Greater Allegheny and interning for the McKeesport Little Theater this spring semester.
Honorees of the 2018 EPIC and Academic Achievement Awards Holding Their Awards

Penn State Greater Allegheny honors exceptional students with first EPIC Awards

Penn State Greater Allegheny recently celebrated its inaugural "Empowering Purpose through Individual and Cultural-Awareness" (EPIC) awards ceremony to honor exceptional students inside and outside of the classroom.
Honors Convocation 2018

Greater Allegheny students, faculty and staff honored at awards ceremony

Penn State Greater Allegheny recently held its 35th annual Honors Convocation, recognizing students who have achieved academically, and who have shown leadership in their studies, the campus, the University and their community.
Seedling graphic

Integrative Studies Seed Grants awarded to faculty across University

The Office for General Education has announced this year’s seed grants to support the development of Integrative Studies courses. The awarded proposals are representative of a wide range of academic disciplines, and include proposals from faculty at Penn State campuses across the Commonwealth.
Oswald and Walker Medallions

2018 Penn State student award recipients announced

Each year, Penn State honors several students for the highest levels of academic excellence, outstanding leadership and meritorious service. The 2018 student award recipients exemplify best practices and achievements among Penn State students, reflecting the University's mission of teaching, research and service.
Courtney Young

Courtney Young: Penn State Faculty Profiles in Diversity and Inclusion

Penn State’s Courtney Young, head librarian at the J. Clarence Kelly Library at Penn State Greater Allegheny and professor of women’s studies, draws on her diverse background and passion for teaching and learning to encourage those around her to foster an environment that is welcoming of diversity, change and collaboration.
Honorees standing next to Chancellor Jacquline Edmondson

Penn State Greater Allegheny hosts Scholarship and Distinguished Awards event

Penn State Greater Allegheny honors alumni contributions to the campus and community.