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From left to right: Valeria Vigueras and Denise Sheperson

Internships help engineering students determine career paths

An internship at Phoenix Contact proved to Penn State Harrisburg student Valeria Vigueras that electrical engineering is the right career choice for her.
exoskeleton device for hand rehabilitation grips tennis ball

Student innovation and creativity on display at Capstone Design Conference

Students developed an exoskeleton device for hand rehabilitation intended for people who have partially lost the ability to control the hand muscles.

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Students awarded for Capstone Design projects

Students Joshua Adams, Alex Preniczky, Ali Elakkari and Phu Trinh hold their James A. Andrews Memorial Award for Excellence in Capstone Design for personalized 3D printed implant for pediatric oncology bone loss.

student holding 3-d model of orthopedic implant

Students awarded for Capstone Design projects

Students who won the James A. Andrews Memorial Award for Excellence in Capstone Design designed a personalized 3D printed implant for a pediatric cancer patient with bone loss. Prototypes of the implant were 3D printed from both a plastic material and titanium alloy.

Exoskeleton hand for rehabilitation

Student innovation and creativity on display at annual Capstone Design Conference

Students developed an exoskeleton device for hand rehabilitation intended for people who have partially lost the ability to control the hand muscles. 

faculty and students discuss findings

Students’ storm water study aims to reduce local flooding

Shirley Clark, professor of environmental engineering at Penn State Harrisburg (left), discusses data and ideas with students Angela Brackbill and Mitchell Brady.

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Students’ storm water study aims to reduce local flooding

Senior engineering students at Penn State Harrisburg are studying Middletown Borough's storm water systems in an effort to reduce local flooding.  From left to right: Huzeifa Amiji, Christopher Homer, and Colton Bowen 

Electrical engineering students take honors in regional competition

Students from Penn State Harrisburg’s School of Science, Engineering, and Technology, participated at the annual Institute of Electronic and Electrical Engineers (IEEE) Region 2 Student Activities Conference, hosted by The University of Pittsburgh on April 6 through 8.
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Student achievement recognized at awards ceremony

Penn State Harrisburg recently honored students for accomplishments in academics, service, and leadership at the 2018 Student Awards Ceremony.

2018 Symposium on signal integrity

The Center for Signal Integrity at Penn State Harrisburg will host the 12th Central Pennsylvania Symposium on Signal Integrity, Friday, April 13 from 8 a.m. to 4 p.m. in the Capital Union Building on campus.

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