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Penn State Introduces Graduate Nuclear Security Option

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To ensure the continued security and safety of our nation’s nuclear enterprises, the Penn State College of Engineering is formally introducing a nuclear security option in its nuclear engineering master’s program.

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Penn State Aerospace Engineer to Explore Impact of Social Robots and Artificial Intelligence Used in Higher Education

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Through a recently awarded Penn State Teaching and Learning with Technology Fellowship, Alan Wagner, assistant professor of aerospace engineering at Penn State, will develop an experimental framework, using immersive social spaces, to investigate how social, artificially intelligent robots in higher education can foster and enforce ethical behavior and academic integrity with students.

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Peeples Named Penn State College of Engineering’s Inaugural Associate Dean for Equity and Inclusion

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Tonya Peeples has been appointed the Penn State College of Engineering’s associate dean for equity and inclusion, effective August 15.

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Penn State Aerospace Engineer Honored by International Astronautical Federation

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David B. Spencer, professor of aerospace engineering at Penn State, has been named the recipient of the 2018 International Astronautical Federation Frank J. Malina Astronautics Medal.

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New Low-Cost Needle Simulator Aims to Revolutionize Medical Training

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Administering needle-based procedures in anesthesiology, such as epidurals, is a complex and delicate procedure. However, the current training methods for doctors are costly and fall shor

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Article ID: 696682

Larson Transportation Institute Brings Big Win to Penn State and Mid-Atlantic Universities with USDOT Grant Award

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Improving the durability and extending the life of transportation infrastructure will be the primary focus of a multi-university transportation research program led by Penn State, as part of the U.S. Department of Transportation’s (USDOT) 2017 Region 3 University Transportation Centers (UTC) Program.

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Penn State's Blue Sparrow Team Named Phase I Winner of Gofly Prize

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A team of Penn State Aerospace Engineering faculty and students is one step closer to making electric-powered human flight a reality after winning a Phase I award for the GoFly Prize, a worldwide competition to build the world’s first personal flying device for anyone, anywhere.

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Researchers develop new method to identify patients at risk for readmission, emergency room visits or death

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Researchers from Penn State and Geisinger Health System developed a model to predict a patient's risk for needing further medical care three days after being discharged from the hospital.

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Researchers receive $535K to manufacture metal parts for naval applications

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Penn State researchers have received more than $535,000 to install a state-of-the-art “super-finishing lab” for 3D-printed metal parts.

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