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Students wait for 3D printed models to finish in lab space

3D printing center enhances visual arts at Altoona

3D printing-centered learning spaces are becoming an increasingly popular way for students across Penn State’s campuses to explore innovative technology, while also gaining skills for their future careers. The Penn State Altoona’s Center for Additive Manufacturing and Printing (CAMP) is no exception, and visual arts students have been using it frequently to elevate their artwork.
The outside of Andrea's Café on its way to completion.

Spreading Hope and Joy through Love and Action

A business project in Bolivia opens more doors for Penn State Altoona students.
out of the darkness walk

Penn State Altoona alumna uses own grief to spread awareness about suicide

September is Suicide Prevention Month. Penn State Altoona Alumna Ashley Schreyer is using her own grief to spread awareness and education about suicide and end the stigma surrounding mental illness.
A trail at Chimney Rocks, Blair County, PA

Penn State Altoona aids in Chimney Rocks service-learning project

Penn State Altoona is the link between a Blair County Planning Commission and University Park service-learning project at Chimney Rocks Park in Hollidaysburg, Pennsylvania.
Ru-El Sailor

Altoona alumnus works with Ohio Innocence Project to free wrongfully accused

Penn State Altoona alumnus Jesse Knowlden spent a year working with the Ohio Innocence Project at the University of Cincinnati College of Law. During that time, he was part of a team that helped free a man who had spent 15 years in prison for a crime he didn't commit.
Matt Adams in Austria

Learning the Language

Through the study of a second language, Matt Adams discovered a new passion and took a life-changing trip to Austria.

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