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Penn State Altoona students take part in spring 2018 Student Showcase

Penn State Altoona held its 2018 spring Business, Engineering, and Information Sciences and Technology Student Showcase event Friday, April 27, in which students from various disciplines showcased their work through presentations to the college and local business community.
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.
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.
Dr. Jungwoo Ryoo and students from Seoul Women's University

Partnership with Seoul Women's University brings South Korean students to campus

Over a period of eight weeks, the students live in a residence hall and take an internship class.
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.

Undergraduate Research at Penn State Altoona

Undergraduate research opportunities are available all across Penn State Altoona. Several students share their experiences with research and explain the benefits of getting involved.

Jungwoo Ryoo

Human authentication article by Jungwoo Ryoo published inĀ "The Conversation"

Ryoo's article, "The challenge of authenticating real humans in a digital world," was recently published.
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.

Altoona receives funding for STEM Program for Young Women

Penn State Altoona will receive start-up funding for the STEM Program for Young Women.

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