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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.

Penn State Harrisburg to host South Central PA Robotics Competition, Nov. 17

Penn State Harrisburg will host the eighth annual South Central PA Robotics Competition at 8 a.m. Nov. 17, in the first floor hallway of the Educational Activities Building on campus.
Maria Soliman

From tr-ash to (material) treasure: researcher and students test new use for incinerator waste

Martina Soliman, undergraduate research assistant, performs tests on concrete made with incinerator ash.

Mathews and Dalesandro in front of presentation screen

From tr-ash to (material) treasure: researcher and students test new use for incinerator waste

Grady Mathews, assistant professor of civil engineering, and student Kienan Dalesandro discuss their research.

Michael Young and Kienan Dalesandro test concrete

From tr-ash to (material) treasure: researcher and students test new use for incinerator waste

Michael Young said he enjoyed working with the younger students for their willingness to learn and their enthusiasm about environmental sustainability,

students testing concrete cylinders

From tr-ash to (material) treasure: researcher and students test new use for incinerator waste

Grady Mathews, assistant professor of civil engineering at Penn State Harrisburg, and his students are testing new ways to use incinerator waste as a replacement for sand in concrete. 

Students Kienan Dalesandro and Martina Soliman testing concrete samples

From tr-ash to (material) treasure: researcher and students test new use for incinerator waste

Students Kienan Dalesandro and Martina Soliman work together testing concrete samples.

Michael Young

From tr-ash to (material) treasure: researcher and students test new use for incinerator waste

Michael Young, graduate research assistant, has been a driving force in making the connections for ongoing research into incinerator ash recycling.

Martina Soliman testing concrete samples

From tr-ash to (material) treasure: researcher and students test new use for incinerator waste

Martina Soliman, undergraduate research assistant, tests concrete samples.

group of alumni achievement award winners

Penn State Harrisburg recognizes alumni achievement

Penn State Harrisburg recently presented Alumni Achievement Awards to one graduate of each of the five academic schools who demonstrates outstanding professional accomplishment. The awards were presented during a ceremony on campus on Sept. 21. Awardees included Stephen Guillard, Judy Hricak, William Pugh, Jay Spector and Susan Steele.

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