With Penn State’s recent announcement of the next six communities to receive seed-grant funding through its Invent Penn State initiative, the University’s economic development effort has grown to include 13 hubs for innovation spread across Pennsylvania.
Today (June 20) in the Capitol Rotunda, Penn State announced the awarding of six additional $50,000 seed grants to jump start entrepreneurial activities across the Commonwealth and celebrate its 13 newly launched entrepreneurship programs in Pennsylvania that are expected to spur economic development, job creation and student career success.
Award-winning filmmaker and Penn State Abington alumnus Martin Zied interviewed Osama bin Laden and recorded behind the scenes at the Burning Man Festival. His latest work explores the power of human voices.
Penn State Abington sociologist Beth Montemurro and her students organized two screenings and discussion with a filmmaker who explored the nature of love among senior citizens. They plan to follow up with a speed dating session for seniors this fall.
Penn State Abington LaunchBox at the Abington Art Center intentionally blurs the boundaries between analog and digital, art and science, traditional and experimental. Computers, laser and vinyl cutters, and 3D printers live side-by-side with sewing machines, saws, and tools of all description.
Aspiring teacher champions — better known as elementary education majors — gathered for a conference at Penn State Abington to explore building relationships and communities, leading to more effective teaching.
About 400 Penn State Abington students will call the $50 million complex home. The apartment-style units are in the heart of the township and students can easily walk or bike to classes, shopping and activities.
To enable cellular calls in areas with weak carrier coverage or in buildings with spotty reception, Voice over Wireless, or Wi-Fi calling, is now supported at Penn State through the University’s primary cellular vendors: AT&T, Verizon, T-Mobile and Sprint.