Pennsylvania

Barron P. (Pat) McCune Jr.

 Barron. P. (Pat) McCune Jr., chief executive officer of Community Bank, will speak at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus as part of the campus' CEO Conversations series on Oct. 11.

Penn State’s NSF I-Corps program seeks applications by Sept. 15 and Oct. 15

The National Science Foundation has joined in supporting Penn State’s goal of taking more of its discoveries to market by awarding Penn State a five-year, $500,000 Innovation Corps (I-Corps) grant to establish the Invent Penn State I-Corps Site in collaboration with Ben Franklin Technology Partner’s TechCelerator, Happy Valley LaunchBox, and Invent Penn State’s Innovation Hubs.

Mine surveying equipment featured at Fayette campus

The Coal and Coke Heritage Center at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus will be featuring a new exhibit on the significance of mine surveying in southwestern Pennsylvania. “Mapping the Mines” provides a glimpse into mine surveying, survey equipment, and how this equipment was used. Visitors will learn how to read the basic components of a survey map depicting a mine in western Pennsylvania.

Invent Penn State initiative awards four $50,000 seed grants to campuses

The Invent Penn State initiative announced the awarding of four $50,000 seed grants to develop additional innovation hubs to jump-start entrepreneurial activities in campus communities across the Commonwealth. Awarded by a competitive selection process, the four grants will go to the Brandywine, Fayette, Mont Alto and Worthington Scranton campuses.

Fayette campus wins $50,000 Invent Penn State grant

Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, is the recipient of a $50,000 seed grant through the Invent Penn State initiative to expand entrepreneurial endeavors, it was announced today (June 8) by Charles Patrick, chancellor and chief academic officer at the Fayette campus.

Fayette campus, local leaders forming a plan to fight addiction

The Outreach and Continuing Education department at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus brought together a group of local educators, business people, government officials, parents, and activists Feb. 2 for a roundtable discussion on opioid abuse. The meeting morphed into a planning session, with eager participants ready to get to work on fixing the problem through education.