Jay Willard, a United States Marine Corps veteran and student in the Electro-Mechanical Engineering Technology program, has returned to Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus to continue his education after overcoming injury, illness and adversity.
Rachel Hartley, a former Penn State Fayette student from Dilliner, Pennsylvania, recently presented undergraduate research at an international conference, completed under the supervision of Ajaya Warrier, assistant teaching professor of chemistry.
Jamar Dues, a student in the two-year Physical Therapist Assistant (PTA) program at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, has been recognized for undergraduate research completed under the supervision of Stacy Sekely, associate teaching professor and program coordinator.
Based upon early successes, “The Art and Science of Human Flourishing” will be offered as a three-credit course at seven Penn State campuses — Altoona, Brandywine, Fayette, Greater Allegheny, Mont Alto, University Park and York — and is the focus of a research study evaluating possible outcomes in increased student health and well-being.
Student-athletes at Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus have demonstrated significant improvement in academic achievement since the establishment of the Student-Athletes Graduate and Excel (SAGE) program in 2015.
Students of Penn State Fayette, The Eberly Campus, presented undergraduate research conducted in collaboration with Aris Karagiorgakis, assistant teaching professor of psychology, at the 2019 Undergraduate Research Exhibition at University Park in April, as well as at the National Conference on Undergraduate Research in Atlanta earlier this semester.
Penn State Behrend graduate Olivia Dubin could not attend the college's May 3 commencement ceremony because she is completing an internship in Germany. Dubin, who earned a degree in plastics engineering technology, used one of the college's robots to participate in the program remotely.