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A graphic representation showing how the Security and Risk Analysis Club and the Sheetz Fellows Program came together to work on the HAX competition

Up to the Challenge

What began as an activity for the Security and Risk Analysis club, has grown to include entrepreneurs from the Sheetz Fellows Program. The two groups of students teamed up with the national security firm GRIMM for something called Hax.
Logan McHale and Bill Butterfield working on their website and sporting their Simply Lion wear

Dynamic Duo

Bill Butterfield and Logan McHale want to make their mark at Penn State Altoona and beyond.
Invent Penn State

Penn State Funds Entrepreneurship Centers in Each of its 21 Campus Communities

Penn State today announced four new seed grants to bolster entrepreneurship and economic development in communities surrounding Penn State campuses across the Commonwealth.
Alum Don Cella

Molding a dream

Alumnus Don Cella is realizing his career dreams as the owner of a tile and ceramics company in Pittsburgh.
A business student reflects on his internship experience

Fall 2017 Student Showcase

Business, security and risk analysis, and electro-mechanical engineering technology students along with Pechter Business Plan teams participated in the biannual event.
Sheetz Fellows at the 2017 CEO Conference

Penn State Altoona Sheetz Fellows Attend 2017 National CEO Conference in Tampa

Nineteen Sheetz Fellows attended the 2017 National Collegiate Entrepreneurs’ Organization (CEO) Conference in Tampa, Florida, Oct. 26-29.
Global Entrepreneurship Week Logo

The Entrepreneurial Spirit

Meet four student who will share their experiences as part of a student entrepreneur panel.
Global Entrepreneurship Week logo

Global Entrepreneurship Week set for Nov. 13-19

The campus will participate in the annual celebration of Penn State's year-round commitment to innovation.
Penn ribbon cutting

Penn State Altoona formally dedicates Penn Building

Penn State Altoona formally dedicated the Penn Building, the newest edition to its downtown campus, on Oct. 14.

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