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 Altoona LaunchBox opens in downtown Altoona

Altoona LaunchBox opens in downtown Altoona

Penn State Altoona furthered its commitment to innovation and economic development with the Altoona LaunchBox dedication and ribbon cutting June 1, 2017, in downtown Altoona.
Penn State Altoona Enactus students at the 2017 National Expo in Kansas City, Missouri

Enactus team brings home a third place finish at national expo

Fifteen students traveled to Kansas City, Missouri, to compete in the 2017 Enactus United States National Exposition, May 21-23 where the team placed third in its league.

Faculty receive seed grant for new course development

Faculty members Karyn McKinney Marvasti and Beth Seymour are the recipients of a seed grant from Penn State's Office for General Education.
Spring 2017 Student Showcase

Spring 2017 Student Showcase

Penn State Altoona held its spring semester Business, Engineering, and Information Sciences and Technology Student Showcase event Friday, April 28, 2017.
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Conference on Software Security and Assurance set for July

Penn State Altoona will host the third annual International Conference on Software Security and Assurance July 24 and 25, 2017.
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Summer School on Software Security and Assurance set for July 17-23

Penn State Altoona will host the International Summer School on Software Security and Assurance July 17-23, 2017.
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Workshop to focus on STEM courses using virtual learning

Penn State Altoona will offer the workshop "Post-Secondary STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) Courses Using Digital learning Aids with Virtual Learning Environments" July 10-13, 2017.
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Film featuring Jerry Zolten to be screened at Harlem International Film Festival

The film "How They Got Over" has been selected for screening at the Harlem International Film Festival, May 4-7.

RTE 302 class working with Total Stations

Students in Penn State Altoona's Rail Engineering Program work with total stations as part of RTE 302: Railroad Track Location, Construction and Maintenance. A total station is a state-of-the-art land surveying tool used in the railroad industry (and across civil engineering) to measure track features such as curvature and gradient.

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