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David Meredith

David Meredith

David Meredith, an associate professor of Engineering at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus and founder of the campus’ annual Pi Day competition for local high school students — now in its 18th year — takes the opportunity to inform the teens of the benefits of choosing a career in science, technology, engineering or mathematics. 

Dr. Rebecca Strzelec

Dr. Rebecca Strzelec

Dr. Rebecca Strzelec

 From left: Joe Onesi, Caitlyn Williams, MiAsia Kennedy, and Pedro Tavarez

Lion Players rehearsing Hamlet

Rehearsing a swordfight scene for the production of Hamlet being staged April 5–8 at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus are, from left: Joe Onesi, Katie Beale, MiAsia Kennedy, and Pedro Tavarez.

Nearly 200 young women from Uniontown, Laurel Highlands, Connellsville, and Albert Gallatin high schools attended Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities for Women March 8 at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus.

Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities Photo

Nearly 200 young women from Uniontown, Laurel Highlands, Connellsville, and Albert Gallatin high schools attended Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities for Women March 8 at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus. The annual program, which is sponsored by the campus’ Commission for Women, exposes ninth grade students to nontraditional careers in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.

Nearly 200 young women from Uniontown, Laurel Highlands, Connellsville, and Albert Gallatin high schools attended Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities for Women March 8 at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus.

Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities Photo

Nearly 200 young women from Uniontown, Laurel Highlands, Connellsville, and Albert Gallatin high schools attended Future4U: An Exploration of STEAM Career Opportunities for Women March 8 at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus. The annual program, which is sponsored by the campus’ Commission for Women, exposes ninth grade students to nontraditional careers in science, technology, engineering, arts, and math.

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