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Randy Green of McCartney's Business Products of Altoona at the Altoona Launchbox

McCartney’s Business Products furnishes Altoona LaunchBox

An in-kind gift from McCartney’s Business Products of Altoona has outfitted Penn State Altoona’s LaunchBox with a variety of tables, chairs, and desks of classic and modern designs.
Penn State Altoona Eiche Library

Dillen and Zanin-Yost present at West Virginia Library Assocation conference

Cathleen Dillen and Alessia Zanin-Yost presented, "Students and Research Needs: When small changes do make a difference."
Sheetz Fellows at the Innovation Factory

Sheetz Fellows visit Germany and Amsterdam

The junior and senior classes of Penn State Altoona's Sheetz Fellows traveled to Germany and Amsterdam over spring break to explore global markets.
Altoona railroad

Hai Huang to present keynote address at road and rail infrastructure conference

Hai Huang, associate professor of civil engineering, was invited to give a keynote lecture at the fifth annual International Conference on Road and Rail Infrastructure.
Jim Randall, Tulay Girard, Musa Pinar

Paper by Tulay Girard and co-authors receives Top Paper in Track Award

The paper received Top Paper in Track recognition at the 2018 Association of Marketing Theory and Practice Conference.
Penn State Altoona Enactus students, alums, and advisors

Enactus team named Regional Champion at Enactus USA Regional Competition

The team will advance to the 2018 Enactus USA National Competition, to be held May 20-22 in Kansas City, MO.
Exchange students from South Korea working with Penn State Altoona faculty

Penn State Altoona and GRIMM HAX program featured on blog

The program was featured on the GRIMM and Scythe Blog.
One week's worth of collected coffee grounds

Taking Out the Trash

Penn State Altoona’s Enactus team takes on three sustainability projects.
2018 Sheetz Fellows Induction

Penn State Altoona inducts seventh class of Sheetz Fellows

The program strives to create unique opportunities that ignite and inspire the entrepreneurial mindset of students at Penn State Altoona.
Hayden Hodges

Class of 2028: It's never too early to plan for the future!

Though he won't graduate from high school until 2024, Hayden Hodges is already planning to major in Rail Transportation Engineering at Penn State Altoona.

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